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Castelao como base do pensamento económico de Galicia encol da problemática dos recursos naturais

Authors: Díaz Santiso, Borja;

Castelao como base do pensamento económico de Galicia encol da problemática dos recursos naturais

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[Abstract]: The primary sector (and the natural resources that it uses) have always been such important and interesting for the economic study and for the development of the Galician economy too. On the other hand, Castelao is one of the most outstanding personalities in Galicia’s history and his book, Sempre en Galiza is one of the most recognized essays written in Galician. In this essay, Castelao studies the situation of the use of Galicia’s natural resourses and the need to make changes to improve their use. However, the present work is not restricted to Castelao's thought; rather starting from his economic thought and supported by contributions from previous and contemporary economists to Castelao, it is sought to develop an analysis of Galician thought of the 20th century on the use of Galicia’s natural resourses. From Castelao to Beiras. From Paz Andrade to Touriño, Leiceaga and González Laxe. Livestock, agriculture and fishing. Land and sea.

[Resumo]: O sector primario (e os recursos naturais que este emprega) sempre foron moi importantes e interesantes para o seu estudo económico e por ende, para o desenvolvemento da economía galega. Por outra banda, Castelao é unha das personalidades máis destacadas da historia de Galicia e o seu libro, Sempre en Galiza é dos ensaios máis recoñecidos escritos en lingua galega. Neste ensaio, Castelao xa analiza a situación do emprego dos recursos naturais de Galicia e na necesidade de realizar cambios para mellorar o seu uso. Porén, o presente traballo non se restrinxe ao pensamento de Castelao; senón que tomando como base o seu ideario e apoiándose en aportacións de economistas precedentes e coetáneos ao rianxeiro, búscase elaborar unha análise do pensamento galego do século XX encol do emprego dos recursos naturais en Galicia. De Castelao a Beiras. De Paz Andrade a Touriño, Leiceaga e González Laxe. Gandaría, agricultura e pesca. Terra e mar.

Traballo fin de grao (UDC.ECO). Turismo - Ciencias empresariais. Curso 2019/20

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Livestock, Agricultura, Castelao, Pesca, Agriculture, Fishing, Gandaría, Galicia

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