Comparación de la Eficiencia Técnica de los Sectores Productivos Regionales: 1980-1995"
The aim of this article is to estimate the technical efficiency of the productive regional sectors and explore the influence of the infrastructure endowments in this analysis. To do this, we used the non parametric approach of DEA to compute Malmquist productivity indexes that allow us to descompose productivity growth into efficiency change and technical progress. Our results suggest that productive infrastructure allows to obtain gains in pure and scale technical efficiency that have contributed to productivity in growth in the Spanish economy over the period 1980-1995.
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