Infraestructura portuaria y crecimiento económico regional en México

Isidro Enrique Zepeda-Ortega, Gerardo Ángeles-Castro, David Guillermo Carrillo-Murillo

Resumen


Estudios previos sobre la relación entre infraestructura de transporte y crecimiento económico regional presentan conclusiones divergentes. Este documento aborda el problema a partir de la infraestructura portuaria y el crecimiento económico regional en México. Se determinó regionalmente un Índice de infraestructura, el hinterland y la interconectividad portuaria, y mediante un análisis de panel de datos, se explica la relación positiva puertos-crecimiento entre 1996 y 2013 para todas las regiones litorales. Se demuestra que a medida que se incrementa  el nivel de infraestructura portuaria de una región los efectos marginales empiezan a declinar su impacto local.

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infraestructura portuaria; transporte; crecimiento económico regional; hinterland

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22136/est002017806

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