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Un sistema de cuentas p˙blicas territorializadas para Espana MetodologÌa y resultados para 2011

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  • !ngel de la Fuente
  • RamÛn Barber·n
  • Ezequiel Uriel

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En este trabajo se presenta una metodologÌa para la construcciÛn de un Sistema de Cuentas P˙blicas Territorializadas (SCPT) elaborado desde la Ûptica carga-beneficio, asÌ como una aplicaciÛn de esta metodologÌa al caso del ano 2011. El SCPT ofrece una radiografÌa detallada de la distribuciÛn regional de los flujos de gastos e ingresos p˙blicos y permite realizar comparaciones homogÈneas entre regiones en tÈrminos de agregados presupuestarios muy diversos. Esta herramienta permite un an·lisis de la incidencia territorial de la actuaciÛn de las administraciones p˙blicas mucho m·s rico que el basado en los saldos fiscales regionales en los que se han centrado muchos trabajos previos.

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  • !ngel de la Fuente & RamÛn Barber·n & Ezequiel Uriel, 2014. "Un sistema de cuentas p˙blicas territorializadas para Espana MetodologÌa y resultados para 2011," Studies on the Spanish Economy eee2014-03, FEDEA.
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    1. Angel de la Fuente & Ramón Barberán & Ezequiel Uriel, 2014. "A System of Regionalized Public Accounts for Spain. Methodology and Results for 2005," Hacienda Pública Española, IEF, vol. 209(2), pages 99-150, June.

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