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Mohammad Aghapour sabbaghi

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A pesar de las diferencias regionales, en los estudios sobre ingresos rurales en Irán no se ha abordado la distribución espacial. La meta primordial de este estudio es analizar el patrón espacial de la desigualdad en las áreas rurales del país. En esta investigación se han usado el índice I de Moran, el índice de Theil y el coeficiente Gini durante el periodo 2005-2015. Los resultados muestran que tanto los componentes inter-regionales como los intra-regionales afectan la distribución desigual de los ingresos rurales, aunque la importancia del componente intra-regional es levemente más alta. El estudio de los datos obtenidos con el índice I de Moran muestra que hay evidencia del fenómeno de clustering espacial en la economía rural del país.


 

Keywords

clustering espacial, índice I de Moran; ingreso rural; equidadspatial clustering, Moran’s Ι index, rural income, equity

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Aghapour sabbaghi, M. (2020). Desigualdad en la distribución de los ingresos rurales en Irán: un análisis exploratorio de datos espaciales. Cuadernos De Desarrollo Rural, 17. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cdr17.irid
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