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Formato: 2019
University-Industry Technology transfer models in Europe
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
María Teresa Aceytuno, F. Rafael Cáceres
Resumen:

The Innovation Systems Approach emphasizes the idea of interdependence between the different elements that generates innovation. Between these elements, firms –that is, the entrepreneurial sub-system– is especially important for the analysis since they finally introduce the innovations.

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Temas:
Innovation Systems, Innovation Policy, Entrepreneurship, European Models of Technology Transfer
European Union and Trade Integration: Does the Home Bias Puzzle Matter?/Uni
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Valeriano Martínez San Román, Marta Bengoa Calvo, Blanca Sánchez-Robles Rute
Resumen:
This paper analyses the size of the border effect or home bias within the
European Union (EU) with the aim to quantify its impact in the trade integration
process which started in 1992. The gravity model serves as a general framework
where the use of sectoral data allows obtaining a more accurate measure
of the border effects. The econometric analysis applied to a gravity model
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Temas:
Home Bias, Border Effect, Economic Integration, PPML, European Union
Current account sustainability: structural change and unit root tests
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Vicente Donoso Donoso, Víctor Martín Barroso
Resumen:

High and persistent current account deficits in developed countries have long been the focus of research in economics. Many researchers who study current account sustainability use conventional unit root tests to investigate the mean reverting behaviour of the current account. In this paper we analyze whether the Spanish current account deficit is sustainable or not.

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Temas:
External Deficit, Sustainability, Unit Root Tests, Structural Change, Non-Linear Models
Introduction
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Juan Ignacio Pulido-Fernández
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Sección:
Introduction
The international tourist flows. Half a century of evolution
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
David Flores Ruiz, María de la O Barroso González
Resumen:

This paper analyzes the behaviour of international tourist flows from the middle of the last century, in order to relate it to economic growth and international trade. Our hypothesis is that this type of tourist demand is flexible, if compared to other international exports, to recover from the successive crises experienced by the world economy.

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Temas:
Economic Growth, International Trade, International Tourism, Tourist Demand
Index
Revista:
32 - 2012
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Sección:
Index
Review
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Julio G. Sequeiros
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Sección:
Review
Tourist spending economic impact: low cost versus traditional companies
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Rosa Puertas Medina, Mª. Luisa Martí Selva, Consuelo Calafat Marzal
Resumen:

This paper aims to measure how the injection of money into the Spanish economy as a result of tourist spending contributes more or less to public income, job creation and new business opportunities depending on the air transport tourists choose. Input/Output (I/O) analysis is used to identify the Direct, Indirect and Induced Effect in both aggregate terms and also sector by sector.

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Temas:
Low Cost Airlines, Input-Output Analysis, Tourism Impacts

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