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Patrones Recientes de la InversiÛn en Espana crÌtico y algunas propuestas de reforma


  • Maximo Marinucci, Luis A. Puch
  • Luis A. Puch


En este artÌculo describimos algunos de los patrones recientes de la inversiÛn en Espana. Para ello examinamos tanto los datos agregados de la Contabilidad Nacional como los datos desagregados que proporcionan diversas encuestas, todo ello con especial Ènfasis en la evoluciÛn de la inversiÛn en bienes de equipo. A continuaciÛn ponemos estas observaciones en relaciÛn con los datos sobre actividad innovadora que recogen la Encuesta de InnovaciÛn TecnolÛgica, y m·s recientemente, el Panel de InnovaciÛn TecnolÛgica, asÌ como con la informaciÛn sobre el sector manufacturero que proporciona la Encuesta sobre Estrategias Empresariales. Esto nos permite ofrecer cierta evidencia sobre el comportamiento inversor y las actividades tecnolÛgicas en Espana que nos parece ˙til para valorar las posibles mejoras de productividad que hayan podido producirse en los ˙ltimos anos.

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  • Maximo Marinucci, Luis A. Puch & Luis A. Puch, "undated". "Patrones Recientes de la InversiÛn en Espana crÌtico y algunas propuestas de reforma," Studies on the Spanish Economy 237, FEDEA.
  • Handle: RePEc:fda:fdaeee:237

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