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Formato: 2019
Análisis de la convergencia económica internacional en el período 1950-2009
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Cristian RABANAL
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Temas:
convergencia económica, Regresiones a la Barro, Efectos espaciales Kernels de densidad, Cadenas de Markov
Análisis del papel de los organismos financieros internacionales en la financiación del turismo
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Isabel Carrillo Hidalgo, Juan Ignacio PULIDO FERNÁNDEZ
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Temas:
Organismos financieros internacionales, Turismo, desarrollo económico, Cooperación al desarrollo, Financiación
Editorial
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
María Teresa Aceytuno Pérez
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Editorial
Saving for retirement in EU: an analysis of its determinants
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Sara FERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ, Milagros VIVEL BÚA, Luis OTERO GONZÁLEZ, David Rodeiro Pazos
Resumen:

The purpose of this paper is to analyze what factors are driving the retirement savings of the Europeans. Our evidence is based on a sample of 4.526 individuals from eight European countries. The results show that although the percentage of savers for retirement varies widely across countries, the driving forces of the decision of saving for retirement are quite similar.

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Temas:
Retirement, Saving, Financial Literacy, Europe
Review
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Mª Carmen Blanco Arana
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Review
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION AS A DETERMINING FACTOR ON NATIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Mónica García-Ochoa Mayor, Nuria Bajo Davó, María Luisa Blázquez de la Hera
Resumen:

This article carries out an analysis on the existence and characteristics of technological innovation clusters on 57 economies worldwide, and explores if differences in competitiveness among these economies can be explained by their belonging to a group or cluster.For that purpose, we have conducted an empirical study based on  technological innovation indicators included in  the Global Competitiveness Report (GCR) 2009-2010 (WEF, 2009) and in the Competitiveness Index published by the Intern

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Temas:
Technological Innovation, Competitiveness, Cluster Analysis
Analytical Summary
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Fernando ALONSO and José Luis CENDEJAS, Isabel CARRILLO and Juan Ignacio PULIDO, Artur COLOM, Sar a FERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ, Milagros VIVEL BÚA, Luis OTERO GONZÁLEZ and David RODEIRO PAZOS, Mónica GARCÍA OCHOA, Nuria BAJO DAVÓ y María Luisa BLÁZQUEZ DE LA HERA, Cristian RABANAL, Óscar RODIL and Vicente MENEZES, Mer cé SALA RÍOS, Teresa TORRES SOLÉ, Dolors MÁRQUEZ CEBRIÁN and Pilar MUÑOZ GRÀCIA, Patxi ZABALO
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Analytical Summary
DETERMINANTS OF A SYMMETRY IN THE CYCLICAL FLUCTUATIONS BETWEEN CEECs AND EURO AREA
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Mercé SALA RÍOS, Teresa TORRES SOLÉ, Dolors Márquez Cebrián, Pilar Muñoz Gràcia
Resumen:

This paper analyzes the links between business cycle correlation and trade intensity, sectoral specialization and higher degree of monetary and fiscal policy coordination. We apply the analysis to Central and Eastern European Countries (CEES) in relation to euro area over the period 2004-2006.

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Temas:
Business Cycle, EMU Enlargement, Integration, Trade Intensity, Sectoral Specialization, Macroeconomic Policy Coordination
THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS INPERSPECTIVE: GENESIS AND DETERMINANT FACTORS
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Vicente Menezes Ferreira Junior, Óscar Rodil Marzábal
Resumen:

The international global crisis represents the worst economic collapse since The Great Depression of the 1930s. Initially called the subprime crisis, in reference to the problems occurred in the US mortgage market, it became a systemic global crisis. Although it has become known as a financial crisis, it surely goes beyond that.

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Temas:
Economic Crisis, Financial Crisis, Global Crisis, Determinant Factors, Genesis
Natural resources and development in Chad: resource curse or peripherical insertion?
Revista:
31 - 2012
Autores:
Artur Colom-Jaén
Resumen:

The significant increase in foreign investment in the African extractive sector in the last decade has refuelled the debate on the effects on development of the rents generated in this sector. From the resource curse theory, it is argued that the negative effects pf these rents on development rents have to do basically with internal disfunctions, getting around the elements and external actors that shape and influence these internal features.

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Temas:
Natural Resources, Resource Curse Theory, Chad

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