El gasto regional por funciones: análisis y clasificación de las CCAA

The aim of the autonomic financing is to proportionate the regions enough resources in order to finance the transferred competencies. In spite of that, we have got the impression that a question of great importance has been little considered in the literature, we are referring to the behaviour that... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Ríos Berjillos, Araceli de los
Beste egile batzuk: López Martín, María del Carmen, Pérez Hernández, Pedro Pablo
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad de Almería 2007
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Laburpena: The aim of the autonomic financing is to proportionate the regions enough resources in order to finance the transferred competencies. In spite of that, we have got the impression that a question of great importance has been little considered in the literature, we are referring to the behaviour that Autonomic expenditure has in relation to its functions. For that reason, the main aim of our investigation is the analysis of the Autonomic Communities expenditures according to the above mention classification along the period 1989-2002. Our work is structured in two well differentiated parts although they complement each other. Firstly, the index of dissimilitude is calculated, using Sanz and Velázquez method (2002) and secondly, we make a classification of common system Autonomic Communities according to the functional structure of the expenditure. This investigation let us draw conclusions on the following questions: which expenditures explain similarities between Autonomic Communities; which regions present similarities in relation with the expenditure composition and if in the analised period there has been a convergence between regions according to type of expenditure or if, on the contrary, differences between them have increased.