Esteban Fernández-Vázquez

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Most regional empirical analyses are limited by the lack of data. Researchers have to use information that is structured in administrative or political regions which are not always economically meaningful. The nonavailability of geographically disaggregated information prevents to obtain empirical evidence in order to answer some relevant questions in the(More)
Statistical information for empirical analysis is very frequently available at a higher level of aggregation than it would be desired. Economic and social indicators by income classes, for example, are not always available for cross-country comparisons, and this problem aggravates when the geographical area of interest is sub-national (regions). In this(More)
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