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Consecuencias de la liberalización de horarios. Un modelo espacio-temporal basado en agentes para Madrid

  • Juan Luis Santos
  • Federico Pablo-Martí

El 15 de julio de 2012 se aprobó la Ley de Dinamización Comercial en la Comunidad de Madrid que permite a los negocios abrir las 24 horas del día los 365 del año, fijar el calendario de rebajas cuando deseen e iniciar actividad comercial sin necesidad de licencia. En este trabajo se presenta el diseño de una base de datos objeto-relacional para estudiar el impacto de esta medida en los comercios de acuerdo al tamaño y la localización. Los resultados muestran una ampliación de horarios limitada para la mayoría de establecimientos y zonas, así como un pequeño trasvase de comercio de negocios de pequeño tamaño a otros más grandes que también ocurriría sin la aplicación de esta medida.

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Paper provided by Instituto Universitario de Análisis Económico y Social in its series Working Papers with number 07/14.

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Length: 22 pages
Date of creation: Jul 2014
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Handle: RePEc:uae:wpaper:0714
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