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Análisis Kaldoriano del crecimiento económico en el noroeste de México 1990-2010
Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencias (2016)
  • Tomás Jorge de Jesús Arroyo Parra, Universidad Autonoma de Sinaloa
  • Jorge Rafael Figueroa Elenes
  • Aneliss Aragón Jiménez
Through the Kaldor’s laws, it is analyzed, for the states of the northwestern of Mexico (Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora and Sinaloa), the importance of the manufacturing industry in the processes of economic growth; it is also studied the link between manufacturing activity and agglomeration processes, and how a production chain that starts from the agglomeration of factors is created, which leads to increase industrialization and creates conditions conducive to growth. Through econometric models with data panel, the empirical validity of the Kaldor’s laws was verified, being for the period 1990-2010, a positive impact on the dynamics of the manufacturing sector in the region, on the economy as a whole and on the other sectors. It was also found the positive relationship between the main types of agglomeration factors (employed personnel, intermediate factors and technological osmosis), manufacturing industry and the growth of the economy
Publication Date
June, 2016
Citation Information
Tomás Jorge de Jesús Arroyo Parra, Jorge Rafael Figueroa Elenes and Aneliss Aragón Jiménez. "Análisis Kaldoriano del crecimiento económico en el noroeste de México 1990-2010" Revista Iberoamericana de Ciencias Vol. 3 Iss. 2 (2016) p. 26 - 41 ISSN: 2334-2501
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