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Los grandes retos económicos ante el nuevo siglo
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Rafael Martínez Cortiña
Resumen:

Análisis desde un punto de vista estructural del proceso de desarrollo/subdesarrollo con el planteamiento de dos grandes interrogantes: ¿puede la raza humana estar orgullosa de la situación presente y de las perspectivas que se vislumbran para el próximo siglo?, y ¿es adecuada y correcta la orientación seguida y los principios aplicados por la Ciencia Económica más vigente?.

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Introducción
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Introducción
Reseñas
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Javier Santos, Julimar da Silva Bichara, Mª Ángeles Rodríguez Santos, Víctor M. González Sánchez
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Crecimiento, deuda externa y oportunidades de desarrollo en los países menos adelantados
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Jaime Atienza Azcona
Resumen:

Los países en desarrollo deberían estar en el centro de atención de los estudios económicos. Existe un estrecho vínculo que se retroalimenta entre el crecimiento económico y el desarrollo humano (según el concepto del PNUD) que necesariamente ha de ser considerado en la puesta en marcha de políticas de crecimiento, principalmente mediante mecanismos redistributivos en las áreas de salud y educación.

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Economic model, social profile and political dimension: characterization and asymmetries of European integration
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
José Antonio Nieto Solís
Resumen:

Nowadays, the European Union (EU) reflects the dynamic and interdisciplinary nature of the European integration's process. Its analysis must combine different viewpoints coming from the study of the economic model, the social profile and the political scope. That perspective provides an asymmetrical characterization of the EU and suggestive information about the limits and possibilities of the European integration.

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Globalization and human development
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Koldo UNCETA SATRUSTEGUI
Resumen:

This paper analyses the relations between the growing globalization of economical activities and the viabilty of human development. First of all some conceptual matters on the globalization phenomenon, discerning between the quantitatives and qualitatives aspects. Next some premises of the enlargement of capabilities and liberties are established as basic attributes to human development and the limits to be measured. Finally.

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Market, State and Global Economy
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Carlos BERZOSA
Resumen:

In this article an attempt is made to consider the relationships betwen the market and the State as found in the capitalist system. The ideas of Polanyi as expressed in his book The Great Transformation are followed in order to make clear that an economy based on assumptions of a self-regulated market had not existed prior to the rise of the industrial revolution, so, hitherto, there had never been a market-controlled economy.

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Benefits and wages in the US economy
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Enrique Palazuelos Manso
Resumen:

This article analyses the relation between the main components of the national income (profits and wages) and the dynamic growth of the US economy during the period of 1980-1996.

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The crisis and the international financial system
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Manuel Varela Parache
Resumen:

The financial crisis, along with their contagion, which have taken place repeatedly in the last two decades, rank among the negative aspects implied by the globalization process. The article deals with their origin, the difficulties involved in their prevention, the general guidelines followed to manage them and the menace that they mean to the International financial system.

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Economic globalization, financial crises and regional integration: lessons from East Asia to Latin America
Revista:
1 - 1999
Autores:
Pablo Bustelo
Resumen:

The article has three main tenets, which arise from the East Asian experience in 1997-99: (1) globalization should be managed more adequately in order to reduce its negative effects on developing countries; (2) Latin America should undertake, with the aim of avoiding its vulnerability to new financial crises, important reforms (on issues such as exchange rates, capital inflows, foreign debt, bank credit, investment efficiency and financial liberalization); and (3) integration in Latin America

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