Accessibility and local development: interaction between cross-border accessibility and local development in Portugal and SpainAccessibility and local development: interaction between cross-border accessibility and local development in Portugal and Spain

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Conference: 16th Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation
Year: 2013
Location: Porto, Portugal
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One of de EU major concerns is cohesion and cross-border regional development. Usually cross-border regions are less dynamic, acting as bottlenecks mainly in peripheral territories. This paper is focused on the Portuguese-Spanish border using socio-economic and accessibility data. It considers Spatial Econometrics to produce statistical evidence on the relationship between accessibility and development at a local scale. A pilot study is conducted on North and Center region using variables such as population age, graduation characteristics, migrations, unemployment and daily accessibility to main towns. In future this evaluation will be applied to the entire cross-border area between Portugal and Spain.

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Maria J. Fontes

Maria J. Fontes

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Anabela Ribeiro

Anabela Ribeiro

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Jorge Silva

Jorge Silva

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Conferência: 16th Meeting of the EURO Working Group on Transportation
Ano: 2013
Localização: Porto, Portugal
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One of de EU major concerns is cohesion and cross-border regional development. Usually cross-border regions are less dynamic, acting as bottlenecks mainly in peripheral territories. This paper is focused on the Portuguese-Spanish border using socio-economic and accessibility data. It considers Spatial Econometrics to produce statistical evidence on the relationship between accessibility and development at a local scale. A pilot study is conducted on North and Center region using variables such as population age, graduation characteristics, migrations, unemployment and daily accessibility to main towns. In future this evaluation will be applied to the entire cross-border area between Portugal and Spain.

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Maria J. Fontes

Maria J. Fontes

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Anabela Ribeiro

Anabela Ribeiro

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Jorge Silva

Jorge Silva

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