How are cities working in the Spanish territorial development? ( 1985-2000)
The economic regional convergence process has attracted much attention through the last decade by regional scientists. This paper tries to deep in this topic, taking into account as a unit of analysis the role that cities have in regional convergence. Sigma and beta convergence are measured following a method based on a production function of the main spanish cities( 124 cities bigger than 50.000 inhabitants.
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