Regional patterns of industrial sector in EU countries 1980-1995
Maria-Carmen Guisan (),
M. Teresa Cancelo () and
M. Rosario Diaz-Vazquez ()
Economic Development from University of Santiago de Compostela. Faculty of Economics and Business. Econometrics.
Industrial concentration in some regions of the European Union countries and in the central areas of EU is analysed during the period between 1980-1995. In this paper with differentiate those sectors showing stronger tendency towards spatial concentration from those which follow a constant patterns and from those that show a tendency towards territorial spreading. Real convergence and the stability in the monetary union are demanding the modification of the problems caused by the excessive concentration. We make an econometric model to quantify and analyse the competitiveness and industrial policy effects on the industrial growth patterns of the regions. We study the above mentioned effects in the industrial sectors of intermediate, capital and consumer goods in the regions of EU countries.
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