Números Publicados

Formato: 2018
Gross Inland Energy Consumption Inequality in Europe: An Empirical Approach
Revista:
49 - 2018
Autores:
Marta Pascual Sáez, David Cantarero-Prieto y Jose R. Pires Manso
Resumen:
The aim of this paper is to analyse gross inland energy consumption (EC) in the EU-15 - European Union countries over the period 2005-2014. The standard tools in the measurement of income inequality such as Lorenz Curve, Gini Index, and Generalized Entropy and Atkinson indices are applied.
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Temas:
Energy Consumption; Inequality Measures; Lorenz Curve; EU-15
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Is the Dollar’s Hegemonic Role in the International Monetary System Sustainable?
Revista:
49 - 2018
Autores:
Sara URIONABARRENETXEA
Resumen:
Since the signing of the Bretton Woods Agreements, the US dollar has formed the central axis of the International Monetary System (IMS). However, is this hegemonic situation sustainable in the medium to long term? This study seeks to answer that question using a prospective approach based on the Complex Adaptive Systems (CASs) underlying Complexity Economics. The greatest danger facing the current IMS as a CAS lies in its endogenous evolution.
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Temas:
International Monetary System; Monetary Unipolarity/Multipolarity; Triffin Dilemma; Complexity Economics; Complex Adaptive Systems
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Sección General
Reseñas
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49 - 2018
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Reseñas
Introducción
Revista:
49 - 2018
Autores:
Julio G. Sequeiros Tizón
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Índice
Revista:
48 - 2018
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Index
Revista:
48 - 2018
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Sumario Analítico
Revista:
48 - 2018
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Analytical Summary
Revista:
48 - 2018
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Editorial
Revista:
48 - 2018
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Predictors and Effects of Grade Repetition
Revista:
48 - 2018
Autores:
Alvaro Choi, María Gil, Mauro Mediavilla and Javier Valbuena
Resumen:
Empirical evidence mostly describes the negative effects of grade repetition on academic performance. Nevertheless, the international use of this educational policy is still widespread. In this study, drawing on data for the Spanish case, we provide additional evidence on the need to consider different policies to grade repetition in order to enhance the achievement of low-performers.
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Temas:
Grade Retention; Academic Achievement; Reverse Causality; PISA; PIRLS
Sección:
Sección General

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