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Algunos efectos del mercado ˙nico europeo sobre la economÌa espanola: Un an·lisis a travÈs de un modelo de equilibrio general aplicado


  • Antonio G. GÛmez-Plana
  • Oscar Bajo-Rubio


En este trabajo se examinan algunos efectos de la aplicaciÛn de las normas del Mercado /nico europeo sobre la economÌa espanola. La metodologÌa se basa en simulaciones a partir de un modelo de equilibrio general aplicado especialmente disenado al efecto. El modelo tiene dos caracterÌsticas particulares: por una parte, se incluyen aspectos de competencia imperfecta tales como rendimientos crecientes a escala y una regla de precios no competitiva; por otra parte, dado el tamano medio de la economÌa espanola, se utilizan funciones de demanda de exportaciones por sectores, en lugar del supuesto m·s habitual de paÌs pequeno, precio-aceptante en los mercados internacionales. Se realizan cuatro tipos de simulaciones: eliminaciÛn de barreras arancelarias, disminuciÛn de los costes de transporte, armonizaciÛn de barreras tÈcnicas, y eliminaciÛn de los costes de transacciÛn derivados de la adopciÛn del euro.

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  • Antonio G. GÛmez-Plana & Oscar Bajo-Rubio, "undated". "Algunos efectos del mercado ˙nico europeo sobre la economÌa espanola: Un an·lisis a travÈs de un modelo de equilibrio general aplicado," Studies on the Spanish Economy 213, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaeee:213

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