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Infraestructures de Transport i Localització Industrial. Evidència Empírica per a Catalunya

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  • Alañón Pardo, Ángel
  • Arauzo Carod, Josep Maria

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El propòsit d'aquest treball és analitzar fins a quin punt la millora en l'accessibilitat dels municipis a la xarxa viària d'alta capacitat ha tingut efectes positius en la creació d'establiments industrials. En concret, estudiem les decisions de localització d'establiments industrials a escala local per a 19 sectors manufacturers amb una desagregació de 2 dígits. Aquest treball incorpora variables de gran rellevància (com ara una mesura d'accessibilitat mesurada en temps de desplaçament i els efectes de les inversions viàries) i utilitza tècniques d'anàlisi espacial. Pel que fa a les entrades d'establiments industrials, les dades han estat obtingudes del Registre d'Establiments Industrials de Catalunya (REIC). Els resultats mostren una incidència positiva de les millores en la xarxa viària sobre les decisions de localització de les empreses.

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  • Alañón Pardo, Ángel & Arauzo Carod, Josep Maria, 2006. "Infraestructures de Transport i Localització Industrial. Evidència Empírica per a Catalunya," Working Papers 2072/3685, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Department of Economics.
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    1. Arauzo Carod, Josep Maria, 2007. "Industrial location at a local level: some comments about the territorial level of the analysis," Working Papers 2072/4178, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Department of Economics.

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