Números Publicados

Formato: 2018
Poverty Reduction in Brazil and Mexico. Growth, Inequality and Public Policies
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Miguel Carrera Troyano and Rafael Domínguez Martín
Resumen:
This paper compares poverty reduction performance of Brazil and Mexico between 1990 and 2013, showing the great differences brought about by the substantial falls in Brazil and very limited results in Mexico. This paper explains these contrasting outcomes focusing on the interaction between growth and inequality reduction, and on the different public policies developed by each country.
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Temas:
Poverty Reduction; Brazil; Mexico; Growth; Inequality; Public Policies
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Sección General
El impacto de la Exclusión Social sobre el Crecimiento Económico en la Unión Europea
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Marco Antonio Cruz Morato, Antonio García Lizana y Josefa García Mestanza
Resumen:
El objetivo de este artículo es verificar que la presencia de pobreza y exclusión social en la Unión Europea supone una limitación que afecta a los niveles de crecimiento económico, impidiendo alcanzar, no ya el ansiado “crecimiento económico integrador” perseguido por las instituciones eurocomunitarias; sino el crecimiento económico en sí, planteado en términos convencionales. Para
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Temas:
Crecimiento económico; Unión Europea; Pobreza; Exclusión social; Distribución de la renta
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The Role ff Imported Inputs and FDI on Economic Growth: Evidence from Emerging and Advanced Economies
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Teresa Fernández-Núñez, María Maesso Corral (Corresponding autor) and Miguel A. Márquez
Resumen:
The role of imported inputs (capital and intermediate goods) and foreign direct investment [FDI] on economic growth as a mechanism of international technology transfer has been highlighted by different growth models. However, empirical evidence regarding the concurrent impact of both imported inputs and FDI on economic growth is still scarce. The main aim of the paper is to give empirical evidence about the effects of these variables as channels of international technology diffusion.
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Temas:
Imported Inputs; FDI; Economic Growth; Emerging and Advanced Economies; International Technology Transfer
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Sección General
Environmental Fiscal Effort: Spatial Convergence within Economic Policy on Taxation
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Elena Villar Rubio, José Manuel Quesada Rubio and Valentín Molina Moreno
Resumen:
Environmental fiscal effort, when compared with environmental fiscal pressure, represents a far more precise parameter when measuring a country’s environmental sacrifice given that it introduces GDP per capita as an analysis variable. This paper focuses on the analysis of convergence in environmental fiscal effort amongst the EU-15 Member States between 1987 and 2008, employing,
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Temas:
Environmental Taxes; Fiscal Policy; Spatial Autocorrelation; Moran’s Index
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Sección General
Evaluación del nivel de Eficiencia Productiva de los países de la UE: un enfoque Intersectorial
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
María Jesús Gutiérrez Pedrero y Miguel Ángel Tarancón Morán
Resumen:
Este artículo propone la medición del grado de eficiencia de un sistema productivo mediante un enfoque basado en el concepto de Tasa de Crecimiento Uniforme de la Economía. Esta tasa se obtiene a partir del autovalor dominante de la matriz de coeficientes técnicos de la tabla input-output del país analizado.
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Temas:
Eficiencia productiva; Input-output; Tasa de crecimiento uniforme; Autovalor dominante; Europa
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Sección General
The “Euro Effect” and Outward Foreign Direct Investment
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Michał Brzozowski and Grzegorz Tchorek
Resumen:
The “euro effect” is an important phenomenon in the debate on monetary integration results in Europe. While in the existing literature the impact of the euro adoption is usually studied on trade data, the main goal of the paper is to examine whether the “euro effect” can be detected in Outward Foreign Direct Investment flows from the OECD countries.
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Temas:
Euro effect; Foreign Direct Investment; Gravity Equation
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Sección General
Evolution of inequality in Latin America (1980-2014): A Multidimensional Approach Beyond Income
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Carmen Trueba and Lorena Remuzgo
Resumen:
Latin America is the region with the greatest inequality in terms of incomes. Thus, during the last years, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has showed concern about the obstacle that inequality causes in the human development of this region.
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Temas:
Latin America; Inequality; Wellbeing; Human Development
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Sección General
A Micro Tale of a Trade-Off: Structural Change versus Balance of Payments Equilibrium in an Egyptian Foreign Investment Project in Algeria
Revista:
45 - 2017
Autores:
Iliana Olivié and Aitor Pérez
Resumen:
Resource-rich economies can find themselves trapped in a dilemma over whether to prioritize processes of structural change or to preserve their balance of payments equilibrium. The objective of national development strategies to diversify the productive structure might reflect on the attraction of foreign direct investment projects, with a negative impact on net exports – therefore leading to current account deficits and increased needs of external financing.
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Temas:
Foreign Direct Investment; Development; Algeria; Balance of Payments; Structural Change
Sección:
Sección General
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45 - 2017
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