Activismo local y parsimonia regional frente a la despoblación en Aragón: una explicación desde la economía política
Luis Antonio Sáez Pérez (),
María-Isabel Ayuda () and
Vicente Pinilla ()
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Luis Antonio Sáez Pérez: Faculty of Economics and Business Studies, Universidad de Zaragoza
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In Aragón, regional policies against depopulation are very meticulous but hardly been implemented. Conversely, the most urgent repopulation strategies have been performed from local governments. The explanation for this difference lies in the ex-ante stage design, analyzed mainly according to market failures and non-market failures inherent to depopulation, which are not attributed to the appropriate level of government. Depopulation is essentially a local phenomenon, it becomes a public good whose scale has to fit political action and provide community leadership to reduce the failures inherent to its design rule. Political Economy is, therefore, essential to interpreting their effectiveness
Keywords: Depopulation; Market Failures; Government Failures (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: H10 H41 R50 R58 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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