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La Ley Petty-Clark en el Área Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá en Colombia, en el periodo 2000-2016

Vélez Tamayo, Julián Mauricio (2018): La Ley Petty-Clark en el Área Metropolitana del Valle de Aburrá en Colombia, en el periodo 2000-2016. Published in: Analisis Economico , Vol. 33, No. 82 (January 2018): pp. 95-110.

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Abstract

The topics of interest of the economists have been common since the emergence of the economic discipline like science in the beginnings of the Modernity; the theoretical contributions of William Petty are an example of this. The articles wants to trace the origin of the Petty Clark law from pre-classical thinking; verify compliance with the so-called Petty-Clark Law in the Metropolitan Area of the Aburrá Valley (amva) in Colombia; and to observe the effect of the definition of the Agreement of the City Council of the central city, which establishes the Territorial Planning Plan (pot) and, with respect to the rest of the amva, particularly to the north, show a dynamic, non-homogenous effect in relation to Medellín. Basic econometrics of time series is used between the year 2000 and the year 2016, paying particular attention to the year 2006 when the pot was approved with the use of dichotomous variables, as well as a very small exploration, with some data of the Public Employment Office for the northern municipalities.

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