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Formato: 2019
How International integration affects the exports of Brazilian States
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Paulo C . de Sá Porto, Carlos Roberto Azzoni
Resumen:
This paper assesses the impacts of international integration on the export
flows of Brazilian states. We use a gravity model with dummy variables for
the main partner blocs and for each pair Brazilian region-partner country, to
account for the specificities of particular trade relations. Variables capturing
regional openness and competitiveness are also included. We estimate a
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Temas:
Regional Economics, International Trade, Gravity Model, MERCOSUR, Economic Integration
Index
Revista:
17 - 2007
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Index
Balance of payments and economic growth constrained. A comparation between Argentine and Mexico
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
David MATESANZ GÓMEZ, Guadalupe Fugarolas Álvarez-Ude, Eduardo Candaudap
Resumen:
Mexican and Argentine economic growth have shown common features in
the last five decades. On one hand, both countries have shown a rapid economic
growth before debt crises in the eighties; after those years, growth rate dropped
and intense crises occurred (Mexico 199-95 and Argentine 2002). On the
other hand, both economies have shown very different international patterns
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Temas:
Mexico, Argentine, Balance of Payments Constrained Model, Thirlwall ́s Law, Cointegration
An EU budget for the monetary union and the enlargement?
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
Resumen:
The budget of the European Union demonstrates its capacity for economic
performance and shows the member states’ will to enhance European integration.
Although the EU budget should be a basic tool for economic adjustment in
a monetary union, as well as creating a greater mobility in terms of production
factors and price flexibility, its core importance should have been reinforced by
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Temas:
Monetary Union, Adjustment, EU budget, Enlargement, Cohesión
Introduction
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Gerardo Fujii
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Introduction
Employment and globalization in Latin America
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Norberto E . García
Resumen:
A significant change towards more open economies, market oriented
growth and less state intervention, took place in nearly all Latin American
experiences in 1975-93. However, the growth of formal employment reaches
the rates of 1950-80 only during the external induced economic boom of
2002-06 –with the exception of Chile and Costa Rica, the only two countries
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Temas:
Formal Employment, Latin America Evidence, Growth Reorientation
Demand, economic growth and monetary integration. The italian case
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Luis Fernando LOBEJÓN HERRERO
Resumen:
Italy was among the most dynamic European countries during the first
decades after the Second World War. Nowadays, however, its GDP growth
is really low. This paper examines this experience, using a methodology
connected with the Keynesian tradition, especially with some studies focused
on the impact of exports on growth. A new econometric model based on
this Keynesian framework shows that not only exports, but all exogenous
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Temas:
Italy, Thirlwall Law, Demand Led Growth, Monetary Integration
Note about the ninth meeting of world economy
Revista:
17 - 2007
Autores:
Maribel Heredero de Pablos
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