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Format: 2019
International Cooperation and the Development debate: the shortcomings of theory versus the allure of Agendas
Journal:
50 - 2018
Author(s):
Koldo Unceta and Jorge Gutiérrez-Goiria
Abstract:
Development Cooperation, in addition to clear social and political support, originated from a context which represented a coherent contribution within the framework of Development Theory. However, from the 1980s with the rise of neoliberal ideas, debates on development and the international cooperation system and its strategies took different directions.
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Topics:
Official Development Assistance; Development Cooperation; Development Agenda.
Sections:
Sección Especial: 20 años de Economía Mundial
Technological Capabilities and Patterns of Income Convergence in Europe: A Cluster Analysis
Journal:
50 - 2018
Author(s):
Candelaria Barrios, Esther Flores y M. Ángeles Martínez
Abstract:
This paper analyses the patterns of convergence across the European Union countries in terms of both economic growth and technological conditions during the period 1995-2013. We apply the methodology of Phillips-Sul (2007) to study convergence in real income per capita and countries’ technological capabilities. We consider separately eight technological indicators as proxies for a country’s innovative ability and absorptive capacity.
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Topics:
Convergence Clubs; Technology Clubs; European Union; Log T Test.
Sections:
Sección General
Factors that Influence ICT Adoption at the Country Level. PLS-SEM Modelling
Journal:
50 - 2018
Author(s):
Rosa Mª Jordá-Borrell, Javier López-Otero y Gustavo Contreras-Cabrera
Abstract:
This research models the factors influencing ICT innovation adoption in companies, hypothesizing a network of direct and indirect relations of factors, (consistent with TOE model), which channels influence on themselves and on ICT adoption. The hypotheses were tested using a sample of firms with aggregate information at the state level, and were estimated using PLS-SEM.
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Topics:
ICT Adoption; Technology Organisation Environment (TOE); Globalisation; Indirect Effects; PLS-SEM
Sections:
Sección General
Índice
Journal:
49 - 2018
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Index
Journal:
49 - 2018
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Sumario Analítico
Journal:
49 - 2018
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Analytical Summary
Journal:
49 - 2018
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International Trade and Finance: A Review
Journal:
49 - 2018
Author(s):
Oscar Bajo-Rubio, Burcu Berke
Abstract:
The emphasis of international trade theories shifted in the last forty years, from comparative advantage, to scale economies and product differentiation. More recently, the “new” new trade theories have stressed the role of firm heterogeneity, which has led to a renewed interest on the study of how credit constraints may hamper the export activities of firms.
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Topics:
International Trade; Financial Constraints; External Financing; Exports
Sections:
Sección Especial: Comercio Exterior
Nuevas Tecnologías y Competitividad: Implicaciones en una Unión Monetaria
Journal:
49 - 2018
Author(s):
Carmen Díaz Roldán, José María Pérez de la Cruz y María del Carmen Ramos-Herrera
Abstract:
En este trabajo se analiza el modo en que la adopción de Nuevas Tecnologías (NTs) puede influir en la productividad del factor trabajo, el diferencial de precios y, por lo tanto, la competitividad de la economía. A tal fin, se examinan brevemente las teorías explicativas sobre la productividad y los diferenciales de precios, así como las contribuciones empíricas sobre estas cuestiones.
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Topics:
Nuevas tecnologías; Diferencial de precios; Uniones monetarias
Sections:
Sección Especial: Comercio Exterior
La reversión de las cuentas corrientes en los países periféricos de la Zona Euro
Journal:
49 - 2018
Author(s):
José García Solanes, Fernando Torrejón Flores y Carlos Ruíz Sánchez
Abstract:
Analizamos aquí las reversiones de las cuentas corrientes en los países periféricos de la zona euro (ZES), Grecia, Italia, España, Portugal e Irlanda, durante los años de la crisis financiera. Después de determinar la tendencia e inicio de estos procesos, investigamos los costes implicados en cada país, utilizando un modelo keynesiano para economías abiertas. Estimamos el modelo con datos de panel del periodo 1999-2013.
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Topics:
Reversión de la cuenta corriente; Devaluación interna; Ajustes asimétricos en la Eurozona
Sections:
Sección Especial: Comercio Exterior

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