Education, Infrastructure, Geography and Growth: An Empirical Analysis of the Development of Italian Provinces
This work provides an empirical analysis of the development of Italian provinces over the period 1952-1992, investigating the existence of convergence and/or divergence processes, identifying groups of provinces characterised by similar growth patterns and examining the role played by various factors, recently highlighted by the literature, in provincial development. The evidence obtained from a non-parametric analysis of the data shows the existence of convergence over the period 1952-1992.
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