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Formato: 2019
Convergence and cyclical amplitude of the business cycle: aproposal of analysis and international evidence
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
José Luis CENDEJAS BUENO, Sonia DE LUCAS SANTOS, María Jesús Delgado Rodríguez, Inmaculada Alvarez Ayuso
Resumen:

This paper presents a proposal to empirically analyze the relationship between

the cyclical amplitude and real convergence in countries that share a

common cycle. Our proposal is based on the estimation of regression models

in order to explore the influence of the business cycle in the path of convergence

of each of the economies analyzed. To do this, we use the information

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
International Business Cycle Factors, Real Convergence
To What Extent Do Regional Disparities Depend on the Measure and Indicator Employed?: A Reference to the EU.
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
José Villaverde, Adolfo Maza
Resumen:

The reduction of EU regional disparities in development levels is a key

goal in the European Commission’s policy agenda, but there are at least two

debatable points that have captured the attention of academics and policymakers:

how to measure disparities between regions and the practical meaning

of the word development. This paper attempts to contribute to this debate

by shedding some light on these two points. First, as different measures have

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Determinant factors of outward FDI: a process of cumulative capabilities
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Isabel Álvarez, Celia Torrecillas
Resumen:

The internationalization process of firms through foreign direct investment(FDI) responds to an individual decision, and for that reason much of the analy-sis on this has been done at the microeconomic level, revealing that the pre-sence of certain ownership advantages would justify the emergence of Multi-national Enterprises (MNEs). The country level’ constraints have been mostlyconsidered in studies covering the decisions related to FDI locations.

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Outward FDI, developing countries, Home Country, Ownership Advantages, National Innovation Systems
Iceland: Financial regulation and reduction in the price of the public debt after the banking collapse in 2008
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Pablo Aguirre, Nuria Alonso
Resumen:

The banking system in Iceland was on the verge of total collapse in 2008

and that was the starting point of a huge economic crisis. Since then, public

debt has increased remarkably due to both the partial rescue of banks and the

financing of the public deficit that the crisis has produced. However, as time

went on, the cost of the public debt has become increasingly lower

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Public Debt, Financial Regulation, Capital Flows Regulation
Analytical Summary
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Isabel ÁLVAREZ y Celia TORRECILLAS, Pablo AGUIRRE y Nuria ALONSO, Juan Gabriel BRIDA, Bibiana LANZILOTTA, Juan Sebastián PEREYRA y Fiorella PIZZOLON, José Luis CENDEJAS BUENO, Sonia DE LUCAS SANTOS, María Jesús DELGA - DO RODRÍGUEZ e Inmaculada ALVAREZ AYUSO, Juan Pablo MATEO y Alberto GARZÓN, José VILLAVERDE y Adolfo MAZA, Juan Antonio CERÓN CRUZ
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Sección:
Analytical Summary
Editorial
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Editorial
The tourism-led growth hypothesis: a comparative study for the MERCOSUR countries
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Juan Gabriel BRIDA, Bibiana LANZILOTTA, Juan Sebastián Pereyra, Fiorella Pizzolon
Resumen:

The aim of this paper is to provide evidence for the tourism-led-growth

hypothesis for the four countries of MERCOSUR regional trade block, analyzing

differences and similarities from a comparative perspective. In particular,

the study empirically explores whether tourism activity leads –on the long

run– to economic growth, or, alternatively, whether economic expansion drives

tourism growth, or indeed a bi-directional relationship exists between the two

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Tourism, Economic Growth, Granger Causality, MERCOSUR
Index
Revista:
34 - 2013
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Index
Crisis: Possibility or necessity? the heterodox economy and the great recession
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Juan Pablo Mateo Tomé, Alberto Garzón Espinosa
Resumen:

This article analyzes the explanations of the actual economic crisis carried

by authors of different heterodox currents of thought, such as [neo[Marxist,

post Keynesian and radical and (neo) Marxist. The purpose is to clarify, within

the heterodox analysis, the existence of a theory of possibility or necessity for

the crisis, since it constitutes an important element of the character and reach

Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Theory of Crisis, Heterodox, Finance, Profitability, Income Distribution, Neoliberalism
Review
Revista:
34 - 2013
Autores:
Rubén Lado Sestayo, María Milagros Vivel Búa
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Sección:
Review

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