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Formato: 2021
LA AYUDA PARA LOS POBRES FUNCIONA. LA EFICACIA MICRO DE LA AYUDA AL DESARROLLO
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
José María Larrú Ramos
Resumen:
El artículo analiza la hipótesis de si existe una paradoja entre la difundida
falta de eficacia de la ayuda a nivel macro y la aparente eficacia de las
acciones micro (proyectos y programas de desarrollo, ejecutados por instituciones
multilaterales, agencias nacionales y ONGD). El resultado es la
inexistencia de dicha paradoja, porque los recientes estudios revelan eficacia
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
eficacia de la ayuda, paradoja micro-macro, Pobreza, proyectos de desarrollo, evaluación
Introduction
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Antonio Luis Hidalgo Capitán
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Sección:
Introduction
THE DIGITAL DIVIDE AS A CHALLENGE TO THE KNOWLEDGE BASED SOCIETY
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Fernando Lera López, Nuria Hernández Nanclares, Cristina Blanco Vaca
Resumen:

The development of the ICT into the knowledge based economy has created important transformations, opening new possibilities for economic growth. Nevertheless, the ICT does not seem to make new economic growth into the less development countries. This phenomena has been defined as digital divide.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
digital divide, information and communications technology, knowledge society, digital economy
TERRITORIAL INSERTION OF MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES IN CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES. THE ROLE OF THE GLOBAL STRATEGY
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Albert Puig Gómez
Resumen:

Since the end of the 1980’s, Central and Eastern European countries
(CEECs) have had the strategy of enhancing their integration into the worldwide
economy. In view of the difficulties facing insertion via the traditional
method of exports, this objective has taken place along with a policy of openness
towards foreign direct investment (FDI), since the various forms that
external capital can take, FDI seems to be that which has the greatest re-structuring

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
economic transition, industrial restructuring, Central European countries, multinational companies
Review
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Julimar da Silva Bichara, Pedro Galilea, Clara García Fernández-Muro, Rafael Martínez Cortiña
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Sección:
Review
A ID FOR THE POOR WORKS. THE MICRO-EFFECTIVENESS OF DEVELOPMENT A ID
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
José María Larrú Ramos
Resumen:

This article analyses the micro-macro paradox hypothesis. That is, if foreign aid is effective at macro level (macroeconomic indicators) and at micro level (the projects and programmes carried out by multilateral institutions, national agencies and non-governmental organizations. The result is that there is no paradox, since recent studies reveal the effectiveness of aid at both levels: micro and macro.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Aid effectiveness, micro-macro paradox, Poverty, development projects, evaluation
Index
Revista:
8 - 2003
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Index
Reform of the magazine about world economy
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Sección:
News from SEM
THE LIMITS OF BALANCE OF PAYMENTS TO ECONOMIC GROWTH OF ARGENTINA, BRAZIL, MEXICO AND CHILE
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
Gerardo FUJII GAMBERO
Resumen:

The most common approaches to the limiting factors of economic growth in developing nations stress causes such as low savings rates, scarceness of human capital and the fragility of institutions which includes property rights, financial systems and the weakness of the State. This article presents a different point of view which is as follows: that the balance of payments is the main restriction to economic growth.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Economic Growth, balance of payments, developing countries
SOCIAL IMPACTS OF THE ECONOMIC TRANSITION PROCESS IN EASTERN EUROPE
Revista:
8 - 2003
Autores:
María Jesús Vara Miranda
Resumen:

The paper seeks to know how the negative and positive results of sistemic change in Eastern Europe have been shared among different social levels. Who are the winners and the losers of this process and what opportunities have the most marginal groups to face up their problems. Thus, it analyses, first of all, the labor market contribution to increase inequality and the public sector capacity to correct these deviations.

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Temas:
CEE countries, social costs, labor market, Income Distribution, Poverty

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