Números Publicados

Formato: 2019
Rebuilding the international monetary order: the responsibility of Europe, Japan and the United States
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Otto HIERONYMI
Resumen:
One of the principal conditions to assure the long-term development and
success of the liberal international economic and political order is the return to
a stable, equitable and rule-based international monetary order.
This is in the interests of large and small, rich and poor and “emerging” countries alike.
In fact, the absence since the 1970s of a universal monetary order and the prevailing
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
International Monetary Order, Reform of International Monetary Order, European Monetary System (EMS), “Extended EMS”, United States, Europe, Japan, Multidisciplinarity, International Order, Emilio Fontela, globalization, Global Finance
Analytical Summary
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
María Teresa ACEYTUNO PÉREZ y F . Rafael CÁCERES CARRASCO, Carlos BERZOSA, Alejandro CARDENETE, Ramón CASILDA, Paul H . DEMBINSKI, Milagros DONES y María Isabel HEREDERO DE PABLOS, José FERNÁNDEZ, Francisco LIÑÁN y Francisco Javier SANTOS, Miguel Ángel GALINDO MARTÍN, Otto HIERONYMI, Paulo Paiva, Antonio Pulido, Isidoro ROMERO, Erik DIETZENBACHER y Geoffrey J . D . HEWINGS, Santos M . RUESGA y Julimar DA SILVA, José Manuel SÁIZ
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Analytical Summary
The systematic knives of the world financial crisis: state, markets and banks
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Ramón Casilda Béjar, Jesús Ferreiro Aparicio
Resumen:
The current global economic crisis is the result of a wrong design and
working of the financial markets and agents.
The generalized processes of financial deregulation, joined to the globalization process, have made that a
problem seemingly focused in a small segment of the financial markets in the US
economy has acquired a global systemic nature.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Economic and Financial Crises, Financial Markets, Regulation, Deregulation
Fragmentation and complexity: analyzing structural change in the Chicago regional economy
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Isidoro ROMERO, Erik Dietzenbacher, Geoffrey J. D. Hewings
Resumen:
In this paper, two dimensions are differentiated within the fragmentation
process: a spatial and a functional one. On the one hand, due to fragmentation
and industrial relocation, regional and national economies might be losing
some internal linkages. This spatial fragmentation determines a decrease in
the complexity of the production systems. On the other hand, outsourcing, as a form of
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Input-Output, Fragmentation, Average Propagation Lengths, Chicago
Gobernanze and economic growth
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Miguel Ángel GALINDO MARTÍN
Resumen:
Recently, great relevance is granted to the governance role in the economic
activity. In general terms it is shown that the way in which institutions govern
has relevant effects on economic activity. For this reason the controversy
between market and institutions to achieve the economic policy objectives is considered.
The choice of the former or the later will depend on the efficiency that they show in the achievement of such objectives.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
governance, Economic Growth, Fiscal Policy, Public Investment, Income Distribution
Index
Revista:
23 - 2009
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Index
Applied general equilibrium models: a revision through the main aplication fields in an international level
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Manuel Alejandro Cardenete
Resumen:
In recent years, the general equilibrium modelling has become a very active
research area in economics. The goal of this paper is to present the contributions
of computable general equilibrium models which have been applied at
international levels. We also include the last tendencies as environmental
analysis in CGE, one of the research fields for this type of modelizations.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Computable General Equilibrium Models, Social Accounting Matrix, Simulation Models
An international comparison of intangible capital estimates for countries
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Antonio Pulido
Resumen:
After reviewing the state of the art regarding the analysis of intangible capital,
the paper focuses on its estimation at the macroeconomic scale.
The paper describes the methodology suggested by Corrado, Hulten y Sichel (2006) and
the results obtained for USA, UK, Japan, Finland and the Netherlands.
Finally, some preliminary results are showed for Spain.
The current forecast show that intangible capital investment could assume
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Innovation, Intangible Capital, Economic Growth
Cognitive aspects of potential entrepreneurs in southern and northern Europe: ananalysis using GEM-data
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
José FERNÁNDEZ, Francisco LIÑÁN, Francisco J. SANTOS
Resumen:
The entrepreneurial function has gained great relevance to explain
the development process. From an individual’s cognitive perspective,
entrepreneurial intentions are the most relevant elements leading to starting
up a new venture. Therefore, the main objective of this paper is analysing if
different perceptions affect entrepreneurial intentions and examining the
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
New Firms, Social Norms and Social Capital, Model Evaluation and Testing, Comparative Studies of Particular Economies, Europe
The hegemony of finances in the economic world situation
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Carlos BERZOSA ALONSO-MARTÍNEZ
Resumen:
At this moment the world economy is suffering a financial and monetary
crisis which causes are difficult to dilucidate. To understand it we review
some important works and compare the characteristics of this crisis to the 29’s
one. From this analyses can be extracted that although the State has its own
errors, is highly important since it provides a more equilibrated sustainable and
equitative society.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Financial Crisis, Monetary Crisis, Crisis of 1929, State, Market

Páginas

Suscripción a la Newsletter

Suscríbete a nuestra Newsletter con tu dirección de correo electrónico.

Go to top