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La contribución de la lengua española al PIB y al empleo: una aproximación macroeconómica

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  • Francisco Javier Girón

    (Universidad de Málaga)

  • Agustín Cañada Martinez

    (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)

Abstract

This paper provides an estimate of the contribution of the Spanish language to the GDP and the Employment in Spain obtained by applying different procedures based on the combination of macroeconomic tools and techniques such as the National Account data and the Input- Output Tables, the segmentation of the handwork through productive occupations and the application of the theory of sparse matrices to these problems. The paper is, to some extent, an update of the seminal and pioneering study by Martín Municio et al. “The economic value of the Spanish language”, now broadened in scope with the addition of new estimation procedures and economic variables such as the “Employment related to the Spanish language”. En este artículo se presentan sendas estimaciones de la aportación de la lengua española al PIB y el empleo de la economía, a partir de diferentes procedimientos basados en la combinación de instrumentos y técnicas macroeconómicas como las cuentas nacionales y las tablas de origen/ destino, la segmentación de la mano de obra por ocupaciones productivas y la teoría de las matrices dispersas aplicadas al ámbito de este problema. El documento constituye, en buena medida, una actualización del estudio “El valor económico de la lengua española trabajo dirigido por Martín Municio, ahora ampliado a nuevos procedimientos de estimación y nuevas variables como el “empleo vinculado al idioma”.

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  • Francisco Javier Girón & Agustín Cañada Martinez, 2008. "La contribución de la lengua española al PIB y al empleo: una aproximación macroeconómica," Documentos de Trabajo del Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales 11-08, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Instituto Complutense de Estudios Internacionales.
  • Handle: RePEc:ucm:dticei:11-08
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