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CAMBIOS EN LA ESTRUCTURA PRODUCTIVA ESPAÑOLA, 1980-1995 Un análisis estructural mediante la teoría de grafos

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  • Antonio Morillas

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En este trabajo se hace uso del concepto de grafo, en general, y de grafo de influencia (valuado) asociado a un modelo lineal (modelo de Leontief), en particular, y se aplica al estudio de los cambios habidos en la estructura productiva española, vistos a través de las tablas input-output de 1980 y 1995

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  • Antonio Morillas, 2005. "CAMBIOS EN LA ESTRUCTURA PRODUCTIVA ESPAÑOLA, 1980-1995 Un análisis estructural mediante la teoría de grafos," Urban/Regional 0512007, EconWPA.
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    graphs theory; input-output analysis; structural analysis;

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

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