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Formato: 2019
The tourism-led growth hypothesis: a comparative study for the MERCOSUR countries
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Juan Gabriel BRIDA, Bibiana LANZILOTTA, Juan Sebastián Pereyra, Fiorella Pizzolon
Resumen:

The aim of this paper is to provide evidence for the tourism-led-growth

hypothesis for the four countries of MERCOSUR regional trade block, analyzing

differences and similarities from a comparative perspective. In particular,

the study empirically explores whether tourism activity leads –on the long

run– to economic growth, or, alternatively, whether economic expansion drives

tourism growth, or indeed a bi-directional relationship exists between the two

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Temas:
Tourism, Economic Growth, Granger Causality, MERCOSUR
To What Extent Do Regional Disparities Depend on the Measure and Indicator Employed?: A Reference to the EU.
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
José Villaverde, Adolfo Maza
Resumen:

The reduction of EU regional disparities in development levels is a key

goal in the European Commission’s policy agenda, but there are at least two

debatable points that have captured the attention of academics and policymakers:

how to measure disparities between regions and the practical meaning

of the word development. This paper attempts to contribute to this debate

by shedding some light on these two points. First, as different measures have

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Editorial
Revista:
34 - 2013
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Editorial

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