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Formato: 2019
La intención emprendedora en Reino Unido y España: un estudio comparativo
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Francisco LIÑÁN, Ghulam Nabi, Norris Krueger
Resumen:
Este trabajo, partiendo del enfoque de Acción Planificada (Ajzen), desarrolla un modelo más integrado de intención emprendedora, incorporando el papel de la cultura, las motivaciones, habilidades y conocimiento empresarial. La aplicabilidad transcultural del modelo se prueba analizando dos países diferentes (Gran Bretaña y España), en una muestra de 1005 individuos. Se utilizan Mínimos Cuadrados Parciales para superar las limitaciones de anteriores investigaciones.
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Temas:
Intención emprendedora, Análisis transcultural, Conocimiento emprendedor, Habilidades emprendedoras, Valoración emprendedora
Sumario Analítico
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Francisco LIÑÁN, José FERNÁNDEZ-SERRANO e Isidoro ROMERO, Isidre MARCH, Rosa M . YAGÜE PERALES y Laura PÉREZ RAMOS, Ghulam NABI y Norris KRUEGER, Pablo BANDEIRA, Eduardo BEAMONTE, Alejandro CASINO y Ernesto VERES, Antonio GARCÍA LIZANA, Antonio FERNÁNDEZ MORALES y Guillermina MARTÍN, Adolfo MAZA y Blanca SÁNCHEZ ROBLES, Bibiana MEDIALDEA GARCÍA y Antonio SANABRIA MARTÍN, Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
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Sumario analítico
Índice
Revista:
33 - 2013
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The European Central Bank Monetary Policy and the Taylor Rule, 1999-2009
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Adolfo Maza, Blanca SÁNCHEZ ROBLES
Resumen:

In this paper, we try to see whether there is a model that can describe ECB monetary policy in simple, intuitive terms, and whether the model is consistent over time. We find such a model, which has the form of the Taylor rule. In fact, the main result of the paper points that ECB monetary policy in the last decade can indeed be described by a Taylor rule, with a caveat: the model fits the data soundly for two subperiods, 1999-2002 and 2007-2009, but does not work well for 2003-2006.

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Temas:
Monetary Policy, ECB, Taylor Rule, Optimal Interest Rates
Review
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Javier Lucena Giraldo, Alfredo Macías, Pablo Alonso
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Review
Introduction
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
María-Teresa Aceytuno
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Introduction
Measurement of the hunger: the global index
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Eduardo Beamonte Córdoba, Alejandro Casino Martínez, Ernesto J. Veres Ferrer
Resumen:

The correct measure of the hunger is a key for orientating the suitable policies for its eradication. It is important to design measures that help to reach this purpose. That allows the establishment of priorities by the competent, national and international, organisms. A global index for the measurement of the hunger is presented in this work. The index uses the same information as the Global Index of the Hunger (IGH). Nevertheless, the proposed index is based in a different concept.

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Temas:
Hunger, Measure, Indicator, Development
Poverty and recession in Euro area
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Antonio Fernández Morales, Antonio GARCÍA LIZANA, Guillermina Martín Reyes
Resumen:

The current economic situation is often compared to the events experienced in the thirties and seventies of the last century. However, a careful analysis must consider not only the similarities but also differences, which could shed light on the present economic conditions.

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Temas:
Supply and Demand, Recession, Poverty, Euro Area
Debt crisis and new economic governance: a conservative alternative to the european economic government
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
Resumen:

Period prior to 2007 downturn was characterized by growing weight of financial capital and a de-regulation process in the financial activity. When economies faced collapse, governments applied for Keynesian measures to save capitalism from its own craziness. It seemed that a new equilibrium was arising between the Market and the States, paving the way to a more sustainable growth. However, this sort of Public support, has ended in a material rise in Public Deficit.

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Temas:
crisis, Deficit, Debt, Adjustment, governance
Effectiveness and human rights in the spanish government allocation of foreign aid
Revista:
33 - 2013
Autores:
Pablo BANDEIRA
Resumen:

The Government of Spain has signed the two international treaties that exist to improve the effectiveness of foreign aid, the Paris Declaration and the Accra Agenda for Action. One of the most important commitments in these agreements is to give aid to governments, both in form and amount, depending on their degree of governance effectiveness and transparency, and respect for human rights.

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Temas:
Aid effectiveness, Aid and Human Rigths, Spanish Government

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