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Accessibilità aerea e capacità esportativa del manifatturiero italiano

  • Marco Alderighi

    (University of Valle d'Aosta)

  • Alberto Gaggero

    (Department of Economics, University of Pavia)

Questo lavoro analizza il ruolo esercitato dal trasporto aereo passeggeri nel favorire la capacità esportativa del manifatturiero italiano ruotando attorno a due interrogativi principali. In primo luogo, vuole verificare se la presenza di servizi di trasporto aereo passeggeri abbia o meno un impatto positivo sulle esportazioni; in secondo luogo vuole analizzare se la composizione dell’offerta (differente mix tra vettori low-cost e vettori tradizionali) eserciti o meno un’influenza sulla propensione ad esportare. Questo contributo appartiene al filone di ricerca che studia le determinanti della crescita e dello sviluppo (in primis le infrastrutture di trasporto) anche tenendo conto del loro impatto sulle esportazioni.

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Paper provided by University of Pavia, Department of Economics and Quantitative Methods in its series Quaderni di Dipartimento with number 163.

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