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|dc.identifier.citation||Papers in Regional Science, 2016; 95(2):329-351||en|
|dc.description.abstract||This paper analyses whether regions benefit from their neighbours’ transport facilities. We focus on ports and estimate a gravity model of trade that includes port facilities indicators as explanatory variables. The model is estimated by using exports from 19 Spanish regions to 45 countries from 2000 onwards. To test for the existence of regional spillovers, we construct a weight matrix that takes into account the relative importance of the neighbouring ports, as well as the quality of port infrastructure in destination countries. The findings suggest that regional spillovers play a larger role than port facilities themselves in the growth of Spanish exports.||en|
|dc.rights||© 2014 The Author(s). Papers in Regional Science © 2014 RSAI||en|
|dc.subject||Port facilities; regional spillovers; gravity; spatial lags; panel||en|
|dc.title||Port facilities, regional spillovers and exports: empirical evidence from Spain||en|
|pubs.library.collection||Institute for International Trade publications||en|
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