TITLE

La dinámica de crecimiento en las economías provinciales: un análisis de largo plazo

AUTHOR(S)
FIGUERAS, ALBERTO JOSÉ; ARRUFAT, JOSÉ LUIS; CAPELLO, MARCELO LUIS
PUB. DATE
August 2008
SOURCE
Revista Cultura Económica;ago2008, Vol. 26 Issue 72, p61
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Despite the marginalization of regional issues in contemporary literature, its importance is not negligible: they mark the evolution of the overall national economy, in addition to the local communities. With this concern, the authors offer us an essay about the dynamics of growth of regional economies: the so-called phenomenon of convergence, both conditioned and non-conditioned. First, conducting a tour through the literature on the topic, and then reviewing the results of different authors for the Argentine case. After referring to studies of regional distribution of income per capita in "dynamic terms", according to the application of the "Markov chains", the article ends with a series of conclusions that arise from the undertaken argument.
ACCESSION #
40210103

 

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