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Formato: 2019
THE ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE OF THE EUROZONE
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Patricia Garcia-Duran, Monserrat Millet
Resumen:

The EU’s system of economic governance is currently undergoing significant change. This article analyses why member states are able to work together in areas in which, in the 1990s, cooperation would have been impossible.

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Temas:
European Union, Economic and Monetary Union, Economic Governance, Spillover Effect, European Integration Theories
Analytical Summary
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Julio Gaspar SEQUEIROS, José Manuel SÁNCHEZ y Pablo CASTELLANOS, Federico STEINBERG e Ignacio MOLINA ÁLVAREZ DE CIENFUEGOS, José Manuel GONZÁLEZ-PÁRAMO, Patricia GARCÍA-DURÁN y Montserrat MILLET, Emilio CONGREGADO, Mónica CARMONA y Antonio A. GOLPE, Ricardo MOLERO SIMARRO, María José PAZ ANTOLÍN y Juan Manuel RAMÍREZ CENDRERO, Marta PORTELA e Isabel NEIRA, Ana SALVADOR, Milagros VIVEL BÚA, Luis OTERO GONZÁLEZ, Sara FERNÁNDEZ LÓPEZ y Pablo DURÁN SANTOMIL
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Analytical Summary
THE NEW GOVERNMENT OF THE EURO ZONE: GERMAN IDEAS, DIVERGENT INTERESTS AND COMMON INSTITUTIONS
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Federico Steinberg, Ignacio Molina Álvarez de Cienfuegos
Resumen:

This paper explores the political and economic risks associated to the German strategy to solve the euro zone’s debt crisis. We argue that it is Germany (and not the Franco-German axis), who is leading the reform of the euro zone’s governance, and it is doing so based on an incomplete diagnosis of the crisis, according to which fiscal austerity will be enough to save the euro.

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Temas:
Macroeconomic Imbalances, Monetary Union, Euro, growth, Monetary Policy, Public Deficit, Public Debt
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN BOLIVIAN HYDROCARBONS SECTOR: COMPARISON BETWEEN REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS (1996-2009)
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Ricardo MOLERO SIMARRO, María José Paz Antolín, Juan Manuel Ramírez Cendrero
Resumen:

This paper lies within the discussion on which regulatory framework would be the best to guarantee a real positive contribution from the foreign direct investment (FDI). A comparison between the effects of the different regulatory frameworks applied in Bolivian hydrocarbons sector is presented.

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Temas:
Foreign direct investment, Bolivia, Hydrocarbons, Regulatory Frameworks of Foreing Investment
Index
Revista:
30 - 2012
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Index
THE OPENING PROCESS OF CHINA’S ECONOMY TO FOREIGN INVESTMENT
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Ana SALVADOR
Resumen:

According to transition strategy carried out by China in its economic reform process, the opening to the foreign investment has developed in a gradual and experimental way. This gradual liberalization, which began in 1979 with the creation of the first Special Economic Zones, was considerably stressed from 2001 due to the commitments of opening and liberalization that China had to assume to entry into the World Trade Organization.

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Temas:
China, Foreign direct investment, WTO, Economic Reform
THE MANAGEMENT OF THE CRISIS BY THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
José Manuel GONZÁLEZ-PÁRAMO
Resumen:

During the financial crisis the European Central Bank has lowered its official interest rates to historically low levels and has implemented a number of non-conventional measures. Such measures have proven effective to restore, to a large extent, the stability and soundness of the financial system and the economy.

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Temas:
ECB, Financial Crisis, Monetary Policy, Reforms
THE ROLE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL IN DEVELOPMENT AID: A FIRST ANALYSIS FOR THE OECD
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Marta Portela, Isabel Neira
Resumen:

This paper analyzes the relationship between the level of social capital of a country and its contribution to development aid. Several studies have shown that it can help influence the level of social capital in a country and fewer people have focused on the role of donors and their level of social capital to see if they are related in some way.

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Temas:
Development Aid, Social Capital, OECD, Trust
THE CREATION OF AN OPTIMAL CURRENCY AREA IN THE EURO ZONE: INFLATION DIFFERENTIALS AND DISEQUILIBRIA IN PUBLIC FINANCES
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Julio Gaspar SEQUEIROS TIZÓN, José Manuel Sánchez Santos, Pablo Castellanos García
Resumen:

The aim of this paper is twofold. First, we explore the key role played by inflation differentials and the obstacles they pose to the consolidation of EMU. Second, we address the question of how the absence of a centralized European budget results in increased vulnerability of the Euro zone. Additionally, and based on the results of our analysis, we evaluate the future prospects of the euro area, focusing on the major threats it is exposed as well as to possible ways to deal with them.

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Temas:
Optimal Currency Area, Inflation Differentials, Budget Disequilibrium, European Monetary Union
Review
Revista:
30 - 2012
Autores:
Julio G. Sequeiros Tizón, Mª José Paz Antolín, Mª Ángeles Rodríguez, Rocío Yñiguez Ovando, Elena Carvajal
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Review

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