Spain is not different. Just as in other developed countries, the country’s economy has shown a trend towards deindustrialisation and tertiarisation. Should this worry us? The authorities seem to be concerned.
industrialisation latest publications
Make a selection from the total of our publications to find the ones you are most interested in by content language, date, geography and/or topic.
Order our publications chronologically from the most recent to the oldest, regardless of geography and/or topic matter.
Order our publications according to the number of readings by our users, regardless of geography and/or topic matter.
The Spanish economy has been experiencing a trend toward deindustrialization and tertiarization since the 1980s. This has seemingly led to a pattern of "premature deindustrialization" in some of Spain's autonomous communities; that is, a reduced proportion of the total workforce in manufacturing before having reached the le…
The Spanish Economy has a productivity problem: if work's productivity is equalized with Germany, will halve the gap in per capita GDP between the two countries.