¿Infraestructuras de Transportes: medición y Análisis de los Efectos Desbordamiento para los Sectores Productivos Españoles?

Documentos de Trabajo ( ICAE ), Nº. 7, 2004
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In this paper we investigate the contribution of transport infrastructure to the private production of the Spanish provinces focusing on the role played for the highway capacity roads. To do this we elaborated several measures of this infrastructure that will allow to evaluate the effects of these endowments using disaggregated data for the Spanish productive sectors. The main objective is to estimate the direct impact of this and to contribute to the understanding of the spillovers effects.

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