Disparidades provinciales y clubes de convergencia en España

The goal of this paper is to pursue an empirical research of the convergence process in Spain. In particular, we want to test whether the growth process in Spain has entailed convergence or divergence of different areas from the most prosperous region and also whether one or more convergence clubs c... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Villaverde Castro, José
Beste egile batzuk: Sánchez-Robles Rute, Blanca
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Almería 1998
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Laburpena: The goal of this paper is to pursue an empirical research of the convergence process in Spain. In particular, we want to test whether the growth process in Spain has entailed convergence or divergence of different areas from the most prosperous region and also whether one or more convergence clubs can be distinguished. According to this idea, it can be the case that several regions are converging within the group but, at the same time, groups are diverging from one another. In our analysis we employ data from 1955 to 1995, corresponding to Spanish provinces and regions. Our findings suggest that, generally speaking, provinces and regions in Spain do not seem to be reducing their distances from the leader, Baleares. Moreover, we have found convergence clubs in the entire period, 1955-1995, and also in three subperiods : 1955-75, 1955- 81, 1985-1995. In this last subperiod, basic results show the existence of a high income club and a low income club.