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Authors: Rego, Conceição
Ramos, Isabel Joaquina
Oliveira, Maria Manuela
Lucas, Maria Raquel
Baltazar, Maria da Saudade
Keywords: Development
Multivariate approach
Regional Development Composite Index
Territorial asymmetry
Issue Date: Jul-2014
Publisher: APDR
Citation: Rego, Conceição; Ramos, Isabel Joaquina; Oliveira, Maria Manuela; Lucas, Maria Raquel; Baltazar, Maria da Saudade (2014), Diferenças de desenvolvimento intra-regional em Portugal: uma abordagem multivariada. Livro de Actas do 20º Congresso da APDR, Universidade de Évora, 10-11 de Julho.
Abstract: In Portugal, distribution of population and economic activity is strongly asymmetrical, creating significant development differences. Traditionally, a distinction is made, among others, between coastal and inland areas - the first is young, urban, dynamic and economically vibrant, and the second is aged, rural, declined and economically depressed. However, a detailed analysis shows that several inland and coastal areas are similar in their levels of development - territorial capital, meaning economic, social and environmental capital. The proposal of this study is to analyse the differences of development in Portuguese regions. The aim is to identify homogeneous areas, by differentiating and measuring the differences between areas more and less developed, be it in the coast or inland. The analysis of relevant variables will be made at the NUTS III level, with data from the last Portuguese CENSUS (2011). The statistical analysis is primarily based on descriptive statistics followed by multivariate data analysis.
ISBN: 978-989-8780-01-0
Type: article
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