The goal of this work is to analyse the possible effects of the crisis on Andalusian economic structure during the period
2005–2010 using Social Accounting Matrices (SAMs). SAMs describe the circular flow of income and provide a statistical database
for the analysis of the key sectors in the regional economy, the linkages between these sectors and their relevance in terms
of employment. Specifically, a linear SAM model is applied to calculate the decomposition of multipliers in their three effects
(direct, indirect and induced), as well as the multipliers of employment for each sector in the regional economy. The comparative
analysis of the different years allows drawing some conclusions about the changes in the productive structure as a consequence
of the crisis.