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La distribuciÛn geogr·fica del stock de capital productivo empresarial: Los polos de atracciÛn en la economÌa regional espanola y factores determinantes, 1980-2000

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  • Antonio Rafael Pena S·nchez
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    El objetivo planteado en este trabajo es, por un lado, presentar la din·mica territorial del crecimiento desde una Ûptica distinta a la que utiliza la teorÌa convencional, centrando la atenciÛn en la contrastaciÛn de la hipÛtesis planteada por la Nueva GeografÌa EconÛmica referida a la localizaciÛn espacial de actividades en las regiones espanolas en el periodo 1980-2000; por otro lado, se trata de poner de manifiesto cu·les han sido algunos de los factores que explican la concentraciÛn regional del stock de capital productivo privado en las regiones espanolas, tales como la eficiencia productiva regional, la localizaciÛn y especializaciÛn de la mano de obra, el tamano del mercado de consumo y la dotaciÛn territorial de infraestructuras.

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    Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Studies on the Spanish Economy with number 233.

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