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October 25, 2019

Employment in the Spanish regions between 2013-2018: from an urban to a sectoral approach

The process of urbanization of employment continued during the recovery (2013-2018). Both the degree of initial urbanisation and the relative importance of tourism and the hotel industries conditioned its evolution. In addition, sectoral changes in cities could be having implications for inequality

April 3, 2019

Spain | Interdependence and regional sensitivity to national and global shocks

This paper quantifies and analyses the interrelationship between the economic activity (GDP) of each Spanish region in response to the variation in economic activity of the remaining regions and to oil price shocks. The regional GVAR model developed offers great potential for many lines of analysis and the monitoring and pr…

July 24, 2017

Spain Regional Watch. Third quarter 2017

Tourism in the Balearic and Canary Islands, investment in Andalusia and Murcia and exports in CC. AA. as Asturias, together with consumption that slows down less than expected, justify the upward revision of Spain's GDP to 3.3% in 2017. Balears, Canarias, Madrid, Murcia and Andalusia continue to lead growth

May 5, 2017

Spain | Regional watch. Second quarter 2017

The revision of Spain's GDP increase in 2017 from 2.7% to 3.0% is supported by the evolution of exports and the greater activity in residential construction. The biggest upward revisions are in the Balearics, the Canaries and Madrid, which will continue to be the most dynamic regions. In 2018 GDP will increase by 2.7%, wit…

February 14, 2017

Spain | Regional watch 2017Q1. Growth heterogeneity will reduce in 2017 and 2018

In 2016 the growth was more vigorous in the autonomous communities of the east peninsular. By 2017 and 2018 growth is expected to remain at 2.7%, but the depletion of impulses to domestic demand and tourism, and higher exports justify the least heterogeneity and shift dynamism to the north

November 16, 2016

España: dinamismo y elevada dispersión regional en 2016, que se reducirán en 2017

La economía continúa dinámica en el segundo semestre, apoyada en el consumo, el turismo, y una política fiscal expansiva, lo que favorece a las CC.AA: más turísticas y abiertas al exterior. En 2017 la menor fortaleza de los soportes al dinamismo actual conllevarán una desaceleración y una menor heterogeneidad en el crecimie…

October 20, 2016

La evolución de la financiación de las comunidades autónomas de régimen común, 2002-2014

En este trabajo se construyen series homogeneizadas de financiación regional a competencias homogéneas e igual esfuerzo fiscal desde 2002 hasta 2014, así como series complementarias de financiación por caja y financiación destinada a competencias singulares.

October 18, 2016

Situación Comunitat Valenciana. Segundo semestre 2016

La economía de la Comunitat Valenciana crecerá en 2016 un 3,3%, registrando por tercer año consecutivo un incremento por encima de la media española. Menores vientos de cola y mayores riesgos en el escenario económico rebajarán el dinamismo hasta el 2,2% en 2016.