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Formato: 2020
Las ideas de Keynes para un orden económico mundial
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Luis ORDUNA DÍEZ
Resumen:
El presente trabajo se refiere a las ideas propuestas por Keynes en 19,
en su informe a la Conferencia de Bretton Woods, acerca de cómo debería
estructurarse el Orden Económico Mundial. Por contraposición a las ideas
de Keynes, se observa que el Orden Económico posterior a la Segunda
Guerra Mundial estuvo mediatizado por los intereses norteamericanos y por
la pretensión de Estados Unidos para hacer del dólar un poder hegemónico
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Temas:
Intervencionismo, Cooperación internacional, Integración mundial, Estado universal, Constitución Política Universal
Sumario Analítico
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Luis Antonio LÓPEZ SANTIAGO, María Ángeles CADARSO VECINA y María Ángeles TOBARRA GÓMEZ, Marta MUÑOZ GUARASA, Orlando CAPUTO LEIVA, Raquel MARBÁN FLORES, Jesús BASULTO SANTOS y Francisco Javier ORTEGA IRIZO, Efren ARESKURRINAGA MIRANDONA, Xabier BARRUTIA ETXEBARRIA y Elena MARTÍNEZ TOLA, Carmen DE LA CÁMARA ARILLA y Albert PUIG GÓMEZ, Luis ORDUNA DÍEZ
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Sección:
Sumario analítico
Reseñas
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Nacho Álvarez Peralta, Laura Pérez Ortiz
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Sección:
Reseñas
The improving of forecast from an aggregate variable: application to GDP growth rates for a sample of European Countries
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Jesús Basulto Santos, Francisco Javier Ortega Irizo
Resumen:
The present work empirically illustrates how the forecast of the annual output
growth rates (GR) (where the output is the real gross domestic product (GDP)),
from a sample of European countries could be improved. This improvement
has been possible by means of using a database that has let us to calculate the
aggregated GR of the GDP of the countries sample.
When we include the common GR in the AR(3) model of each country’s
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
GDP Growth, AR(3) Model, Aggregate Variable
Introduction
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Ramón Sánchez Tabarés
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Sección:
Introduction
Vertical specialization, outsourcing and direct investment in the spanish manufacturing sector
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
María Ángeles Cadarso Vecina, Luis Antonio LÓPEZ SANTIAGO, María Ángeles Tobarra Gómez
Resumen:
It is not possible to understand the globalisation process without studying
the growing expansion of international trade in intermediate goods. The
outsourcing measures used in this paper are calculated from input-output
tables and allow us to explain the evolution of intra –and inter– industrial
trade for the Spanish manufactures in 1995-2000. Vertical specialization
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Temas:
Outsourcing, FDI, Vertical Specialization, Input-output Tables
Regionalization and localization strategies in the textile and clothing sector: the case of the enhanced european union
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Efren ARESKURRINAGA MIRANDONA, Xabier Barrutia Etxebarria, Elena Martínez Tola
Resumen:
The enhanced European Union is a major world producer and exporter
of textile and clothing products. Nowadays, the sector is in a challege, as a
result of the competence of new international competitors such as China or
India and the changes in the international regulatory framework. This scene
urges the necessity of the European textile and clothing sectors for continuing
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Temas:
Textile and Clothing Sectors, Value Chain, Enhanced European Union, Regionalization
In memory of Martinez Cortiña
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Carlos Berzosa Alonso Martínez
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News from SEM
Offshoring services: fact or fiction?
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Marta MUÑOZ GUARASA
Resumen:
Over the last decades, multinational industrial companies have moved
to other countries seeking competitive advantage. Recently, this process of
offshoring seems to have increased; this has largely been caused by, among
other things, new Information Technology. However, recent developments in
this sector and the scarcity of cuantitative information have caused problems
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Temas:
Services, Offshoring, Outsourcing, Statistics, Foreign direct investment, International Trade, employment
Industrial relocation and offshoring of services: what are really the issues? the case of Spain towards the new member state
Revista:
16 - 2007
Autores:
Carmen de la Cámara Arilla, Albert Puig Gómez
Resumen:
The phenomenon of relocation is attracting the attention of the media in
the developed countries, which presents it as a threat to economic activity and
the level of employment in those countries. However, so far the specialized
literature does not perceive it as a phenomenon whose quantitative dimension
is commensurate with the worry that it arouses.
In this work we intend to evaluate the real magnitude of the phenomenon
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Temas:
Foreign direct investment, Transnational Firms, Location of Productive Activities, European Union Enlargement

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