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Identificación De Sectores Clave Mediante Análisis De Conglomerados Difuso. El Caso De España

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  • Bárbara Díaz

    (University of California at Berkeley)

  • Laura Moniche

    (Universidad de Málaga)

  • Antonio Morillas

    (Universidad de Málaga)

Abstract

La búsqueda de los sectores clave de una economía ha sido y es uno de los temas más recurrentes del análisis input-output. Además de su liderazgo para impulsar el desarrollo, concepto demasiado amplio e impreciso, un sector puede ser clave desde una determinada perspectiva y menos o nada importante desde alguna otra diferente. También, probablemente, puede serlo para varias cuestiones a la vez, en distinto grado. En este trabajo se propone un enfoque multidimensional para clasificar a los sectores productivos de la tabla input-output española de 1995, basándose en tres grupos de variables: las relacionadas con su integración productiva, su peso específico en la economía y su dinámica económica. Además, se incorpora al análisis el nivel tecnológico, que por ser variable categórica plantea problemas metodológicos especiales. Todas estas cuestiones se abordan aplicando un análisis cluster robusto y difuso que arroja como resultado una clasificación de sectores ilustrativa del papel que juega cada uno de ellos en la economía española.

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  • Bárbara Díaz & Laura Moniche & Antonio Morillas, 2005. "Identificación De Sectores Clave Mediante Análisis De Conglomerados Difuso. El Caso De España," Urban/Regional 0512006, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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    Keywords

    key sectors; fuzzy clustering; input-output analysis;

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    • R - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics

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