La distribución geográfica de la actividad económica y de la industria en España: un análisis a nivel de partido judicial, en base al censo de 1860

Guillermo Esteban-Oliver

Resumen


During the second half of the XIX century, Spain, suffered from economic and social renovations, specially linked with it first steps of the modern economic growth. This transformations, progressively, and after overcoming lots of difficulties, will led the country into an “industrialized economy”; although this changes will also generate big gaps in the economic growth rates of the different regions that conforms the country. To adequately understand this process we consider essential to analyze the socio-economic situation of the population in its beginning. With this goal in mind we have examine and used the “Profesiones, artes y oficios” in the 1860 census, which have a very low aggregation level, the judicial district. In this sense, we will contribute with information in a completely new level of geographical and sectorial, with the judicial district as spatial unit of analysis.

Palabras clave


Partido Judicial; Censo 1860; España; Industria

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1344/b3w.0.2017.26436

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