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Formato: 2021
ESPAÑA EN LA OCDE: AVANCES HACIA EL ESTADO DE BIENESTAR
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
José Antonio Nieto Solís
Resumen:
Este artículo analiza la contribución de la OCDE a la configuración del
Estado de Bienestar en España. El primer epígrafe plantea los temas objeto de
estudio. El segundo aborda las diferencias entre el método de funcionamiento
de la OCDE y el de los principales organismos internacionales. El tercer epígrafe
propone una aproximación al análisis de la influencia de la OCDE sobre
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Temas:
España y la OCDE, Estado de Bienestar en España, Políticas sociales en la OCDE, Evaluaciones inter-pares y neoliberalismo
Índice
Revista:
28 - 2011
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Índice
MÁS ¿ES MEJOR? REFLEXIONES EN TORNO A LA CALIDAD DE LA AYUDA AL DESARROLLO ESPAÑOLA
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
José María Larrú
Resumen:
Desde 2005 la Cooperación Española incrementa sus recursos por
encima del 20% anual y en 2008 alcanzó el 0,45% de la RNB. En el trabajo
se cuestionan varios criterios de calidad que deberían estar asociados a esta
creciente cantidad. Se detectan aspectos positivos como el mantenimiento de
los costes de administración, el descenso de la ayuda ligada y algunos avances
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Temas:
Cooperación Española, Calidad, Corrupción, Dictaduras, Evaluaciones, Transparencia, Volatilidad
Sumario Analítico
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Angel GURRÍA, José A. NIETO, Jonh WEST, Aynsley KELLOW y Peter CARROLL, Judith CLIFTON y Daniel DÍAZ FUENTES, Miguel A. ALONSO, Philipp BAGUS y Juan Ramón RALLO, José Ignacio ANT ÓN y Miguel CARRERA, José María Larrú, Carmen RAMOS y Sergio SOZA, Antonio Luis HIDALGO
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Sumario analítico
Analytical Summary
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Angel GURRÍA, José A. NIETO, Jonh WEST, Aynsley KELLOW y Peter CARROLL, Judith CLIFTON y Daniel DÍAZ FUENTES, Miguel A. ALONSO, Philipp BAGUS y Juan Ramón RALLO, José Ignacio ANT ÓN y Miguel CARRERA, José María Larrú, Carmen RAMOS y Sergio SOZA, Antonio Luis HIDALGO
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Analytical Summary
THE SUBPRIME CRISIS IN THE LIGHT OF THE AUSTRIAN BUSINESS CYCLE THEORY: CREDIT EXPANSION, DECISION ERRORS AND MORAL HAZARD
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Miguel A. Alonso Neira, Philipp Bagus, Juan Ramón Rallo Julián
Resumen:
The first global financial crisis of the 21st century, known as the sub-prime
crisis, has led the economic profession to get back to two theories that prima
facie seem to match the evolution of events of the past years: Hyman Minky ́s
“financial instability hypothesis” and the Austrian business cycle theory (Ludwig
von Mises and Friedrich A. von Hayek), also named as endogenous monetary
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Monetary Cycles, Financial Crises, Credit Expansion, Monetary Policy, Moral Hazard
POLITICAL ECONOMY OF DEVELOPMENT. THE RETROSPECTIVE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ACADEMIC BRANCH
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Antonio Luis Hidalgo-Capitán
Resumen:

In this article we have tried to construct the Political Economy of Development as an academic branch in a retrospective way. We did it by the identification of the main authors and works about development since the Second World War and registering them into different schools. We assumed as hypothesis that there are at least seven schools of Political Economy of Development and we have identified their main characteristics, authors and works.

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Temas:
Political Economy of Development, Thought Schools, Retrospective Construction
Australia and the OECD
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Aynsley Kellow, Peter Carroll
Resumen:
In this paper we describe the accession of Australia to the OECD, discussing
briefly some of the reasons for its reluctance to join the Organisation. We then
assess both the significance of the OECD for Australia and the contribution
Australia has made to the evolution of the Organisation, including its role in
budgetary reform in the past decade.
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Temas:
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), International Organisations, Australia
THE AGGREGATION IN THE INPUT-O UTPUT MODEL: A REVIEW FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE BRANCHES THAT DO NOT JOIN
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Sergio Soza- Amigo, Carmen Ramos Carvajal
Resumen:
European countries data has been reviewed, in this paper, in order to review
how the aggregation of an Input-Output Table influences on the multipliers and
linkages of the branches that do not join themselves. These facts let us that
the following hypothesis were answered: “A higher level of aggregation, the
different linkages of the non put into branches are affected in a systematic and
defined way”.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Input-Output Matrix, Key Sectors, Aggregation of Branches, Structural Analysis, Method of Hypothetical Extraction
THE OECD AT FIFTY: PAST A CHIEVEMENTS, PRESENT CHALLENGES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
Revista:
28 - 2011
Autores:
Angel GURRÍA
Resumen:

The OECD is now celebrating its 50th anniversary and, as with our own lives, this milestone is an opportunity to reflect on our past achievements. There have been many successes and in this article I will highlight some of them and the impact they have had on our member and partner countries. The account of our achievements must, however, go hand in hand with a reflection on the future challenges which the OECD will be facing in the years to come.

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Temas:
OECD, impact, Achievements, Challenges, Future

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