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The Spanish Economy

A General Equilibrium Perspective

  • Editors
  • José E. Boscá
  • Rafael Doménech
  • Javier Ferri
  • Juan Varela
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. J. E. Boscá, A. Díaz, R. Doménech, J. Ferri, E. Pérez, L. Puch et al.
    Pages 1-29
  3. J. E. Boscá, A. Díaz, R. Doménech, J. Ferri, E. Pérez, L. Puch
    Pages 30-68
  4. J. Andrés, J. E. Boscá, R. Doménech, J. Ferri
    Pages 69-96
  5. C Cuerpo, R. Doménech, L. González-Calbet
    Pages 97-119
  6. A. de la Fuente, R. Doménech
    Pages 120-143
  7. M. Cardoso, R. Doménech
    Pages 144-159
  8. J. E. Boscá, R. Doménech, J. Ferri
    Pages 160-180
  9. J. E. Boscá, R. Doménech, J. Ferri, J. Varela
    Pages 181-188
  10. Back Matter
    Pages 189-227

About this book

Introduction

This book examines the pattern of growth of the Spanish economy in the last few decades, and studies the causes of its labour productivity, and the special features characterising business cycles in Spain.

Keywords

business cycle equilibrium general equilibrium growth Simulation Structural Reforms tax reform

About the authors

JOSÉ EMILIO BOSCÁ MARES University of Valencia, Spain.

RAFAEL DOMÉNECH University of Valencia and BBVA Research Department, Spain.

JAVIER FERRI CARRERES University of Valencia, Spain.

JUAN VARELA DONOSO Minsitry of Economics and Finance.

JAVIER ANDRÉS, Full Professor of Economics, University of Valencia, Spain.

MIGUEL CARDOSO, Chief Economist for Spain, BBVA Research, Madrid, Spain.

CARLOS CUERPO, Advisor to the Director General for Macroeconomic Analysis and International Economy, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, Madrid, Spain.

ÁNGEL DE LA FUENTE, Tenured Scientist, Instituto de Análisis Económico, CSIC, Barcelona, Spain.

ANTONIO DÍAZ, Advisor to the Director General of the Budget Office, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, Madrid, Spain.

LUIS GONZÁLEZ-CALBERT, Deputy Director General for Economic Modelling, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, Madrid, Spain.

ESTHER PÉREZ, Economist, European Department, EU Policies and Regional Studies, International Monetary Fund, Washington, United States.

LUIS PUCH, Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Fedea, Spain.

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