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The least developed countries to the Millennium Round of the WTO
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
Javier Oyarzun de Laiglesia
Abstract:

In the WTO, developing countries have been divided into two groups: developing countries per se (DC) and less-advanced developing countries (LADC). The paper studies the socio-economic characteristics of the LADC, as well as the reforms that they have introduced in recent years; the specific contribution of foreign trade to the development of these countries is further analysed.

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FOREIGN TRADE AND PRODUCTIVE STRUCTURES OF THE EU COUNTRIES: CONVERGENCE AND ASYMMETRY
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
Felipe Rafael Cáceres Carrasco
Abstract:

The paper focuses on the evolution of the economic structure in UE countries during 1985-1996 period, analysing the composition of the their productive structures an their trade relations. We show that convergence on those variable had been partial, existing important differences among some countries, especially when the sectorial composition is observed. As consequence, the risk of a asymmetric shock has not clearly decreased in that period.

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Teaching in world economy
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
Carlos BERZOSA
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Regional blocs and international relations: economic groupings or political superpowers?
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
Alfred Tovias
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Index
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4 - 2001
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Note about the third meeting of world economy
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
Javier de Quinto
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THE EUROPEAN UNION AND MERCOSUR: AN ACCOUNTING OF CONVENIENCE?
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
María Maesso Corral, Raquel González Blanco
Abstract:

This article is focused on finding the mutual interests and reinforcing factors between the two most important economic blocks on an international level: The EUROPEAN UNION and MERCASUR.

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THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION. BACKGROUND, STATUS AND PROSPECTS
Journal:
4 - 2001
Author(s):
María Isabel Heredero
Abstract:

The multilateral trade system established at the end of 1947 by the General Agreement of Tariffs and Trade (GATT) has always pursued as its main objective the liberalisation of world trade through the international cooperation, a cooperation which has been encouraged and consolidated by the creation of the World Trade Organisation (WTO). At present the WTO constitutes, without any doubt, the most important universal operational entity of economic order called globalisation.

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LA FINANCIACIÓN INTERNACIONAL EN EL SIGLO XX
Journal:
3 - 2000
Author(s):
Félix Várela
Abstract:
El trabajo describe la evolución de la financiación internacional durante el siglo XX y analiza sus
principales características. Llama la atención sobre la desigual evolución de los flujos privados y el cambio
cualitativo que se ha producido en el período más reciente y sus consecuencias.
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Un siglo de relaciones comerciales internacionales
Journal:
3 - 2000
Author(s):
Miguel Ángel DÍAZ MIER
Abstract:
En el artículo se recogen en una primera parte los principales aspectos que caracterizan hoy el
estudio de los intercambios comerciales de la economía mundial. Para llegar a la situación actual de
los mismos, definida mediante tres rasgos: globalización, regionalización y especialización con impacto
en los instrumentos comerciales, se lleva a cabo el análisis del proceso histó
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