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Economía: teoría y práctica

versão On-line ISSN 2448-7481versão impressa ISSN 0188-3380

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AROCHE REYES, Fidel  e  MARQUEZ MENDOZA, Marco Antonio. Productive articulation in North America in 2005. An analysis of networks. Econ: teor. práct [online]. 2018, n.spe4, pp.45-75. ISSN 2448-7481.  https://doi.org/10.24275/etypuam/ne/e042018/aroche.

The Input-Output (IP) model studies the interdependence between branches, considering that each influence the dynamics of the system, through relations of exchange with the rest, which are explained by the technology that each one uses. This work evaluates the articulation capacity of high technology (RAT) and knowledge intensive branches in AN interindustrial network built from a trinational table for North America. The inter-industry network used is constructed from the concept of net multiplier and the branches identified as key in the IP model, thus reflecting the impulses to growth. The paper proposes three articulation measures disaggregated by regions for the North American system.

Palavras-chave : Input Model-Product; Articulation; Networks; North America; C67; L60; F15.

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