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Formato: 2019
Cointegration trends among the NAFTA equity markets
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco López-Herrera, Edgar Ortiz
Resumen:
Recent economic and financial liberalization policies have increased the
internationalization of emerging markets. A daring strategy undertaken by
Mexico constituted the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA); in
addition to increased trade and investments, it should have led to stronger links
among the equity markets from Canada, United States and Mexico. This study
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Temas:
Cointegration, Integration/segmentation, NAFTA, Mexico
Introduction
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
María Teresa Aceytuno
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Sección:
Introduction
Tax policy convergence in EU: an empirical analysis
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco J. Delgado, María José Presno
Resumen:
This paper examines the tax policy convergence in the EU-15 during
the period 1965-2005 using a time series approach. The main purpose is
to assess the convergence of the main components of tax revenue -income
and profits, social security contributions, property, general taxes on goods
and services, taxes on specific goods and services- taking as references
Germany, the United Kingdom and the European average. The analysis is
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Temas:
Convergence, European Union, Tax Policy, Time Series Analysis
GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS AND NEW ECONOMIC PARADIGMS
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
Resumen:
After a long period of global economic growth, a number of financial and
economic factors have resulted in a deep crisis of capitalism. This crisis is due
to the excesses caused by liberalization and market deregulation since the
Eighties. Through different channels, the crisis in the housing market has had
an impact on the financial system, spreading to the main activity sectors. The
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Temas:
crisis, Financial Autonomy, Regulation, Coordination, governance
Note about the twelfth meeting of world economy
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Xavier Vence Deza, Óscar Rodil Marzábal
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Sección:
News from SEM
Explaining the evolution of CO2 and sulfure missions in OECD countries: an econometric decomposition
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
M. Rosario Díaz-Vázquez, M. Teresa Cancelo
Resumen:
The aim of this paper is to investigate some of the key factors that have
contributed to the existence of an inverse relationship between GDP growth
and some pollutants in several countries. We use econometric techniques
to make a decomposition analysis of the growth rates of CO2 and sulphur
emissions in OECD countries. In explaining the fall in emissions, we pay special
attention to the influence of the rise in oil prices.
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Temas:
Decomposition Analysis, Econometric Model, CO2 and Sulphur Emissions

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