Integración y reestructuración desde la periferia europea
Delgado Cabeza, Manuel; Departamento de Economía Aplicada, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad de Sevilla
Due to the predominance of intense opening procedures, insertion and globalization economically, the living system in every country is reestablished and reorganized quickly. These transformations, which, essentially began around the beginning of 80’s, separated from the space homogenization, have caused unequal consequences in the different territories. In this context, in Europe, the establishment of the Single Market has been created, as a great competitive space in front of other two present blocs, conditional of different peculiar settings. The purpose about this research is to analize, in some aspects, the real incidende which, in spite of the declarations on intention, theories, forecasts, and/or designs about the role of “rebalanced” economical policies, have the procedures of integration, re-establishment and globalization, in an area of the European periphery, in the spanish State. With this purpose, on the one hand, the more outstanding from the discourse from which, the proceedings are legitimated, which, are carried out, and mainly, the transformations have taken place. To continue, it’s referred to the resulting dynamism, in front of some of the budgets which sustained the expectancy, and the third aspect is centered in the Andalucia’s case, as an illustration of repercussions of the insertion and integration procedures in the peripheral areas of the south of Europe.