Territorial Distribution of Economic Activity In Times of Health Crisis

Oscar Luis Alonso Cienfuegos


We are currently immersed in a phase of uncertainty in which researchers from almost all scientific disciplines are processing data and proposing hypotheses in real time, that is, carrying out the tasks of the initial dynamics of a crisis that will keep us busy for a long time. Especially since that time is needed for the facts that provide the necessary information to allow us to obtain relevant conclusions to respond to some of the questions that society is currently asking us. In the field of social sciences, and especially in the field of economics, we are asking ourselves some questions that we can only answer at the moment, at best, with a quantitative (mathematical) measure of uncertainty.

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