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A spatial model of regional per capita product: empirical evidence from the Spanish provinces, "comarcas" and municipalities

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Author(s): Angel Alañón Pardo

Journal: Investigaciones Regionales
ISSN 1695-7253

Issue: 4;
Start page: 99;
Date: 2004;
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Keywords: Regional product | Regional growth | Spatial Econometrics

ABSTRACT
This paper presents a model which explains per capita regional product as a function of spatial and non spatial variables. Spatial variables may act within and beyond its territory and are related to spatial phenomena such as spatial external economies or expenditure urban multipliers. The model is estimated using Spatial Econometrics techniques and empirical evidence from the Spanish provinces, «comarcas» (sub-regions) and municipalities. The results validate the model in the three different levels of spatial aggregation and underline that spatial variables explain from 30 to 50% of regional product generation.
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