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Growth and Productive Dynamism of Business Services: EU-15, Spain and the Region of Madrid

Antonio García Tabuenca and Fernando Coral Polanco
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The Service Industries Journal, 2007, vol. 27, issue 8, 977-990

Abstract: This study evaluates the structure and dynamism of business services in the Region of Madrid compared to the EU-15 countries. It focuses on the comparative analysis of productivity and its components, as well as a specific geographical and locational study of these services in the Region of Madrid. The sector productivity structure of countries and regions is similar. From this, it may be deduced that productivity units of the different countries, within the same branch, use fairly similar productivity methods and technologies. Through the analysis of the relative size of the different branches rendering business services, important discrepancies regarding processes of economic organisation between the regions studied may be deduced.

Date: 2007
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DOI: 10.1080/02642060701673588

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