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Format: 2019
Reseñas
Journal:
49 - 2018
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Sections:
Reseñas
Introducción
Journal:
49 - 2018
Author(s):
Julio G. Sequeiros Tizón
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Índice
Journal:
48 - 2018
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Index
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48 - 2018
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Sumario Analítico
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48 - 2018
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Analytical Summary
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48 - 2018
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Editorial
Journal:
48 - 2018
Author(s):
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Predictors and Effects of Grade Repetition
Journal:
48 - 2018
Author(s):
Alvaro Choi, María Gil, Mauro Mediavilla and Javier Valbuena
Abstract:
Empirical evidence mostly describes the negative effects of grade repetition on academic performance. Nevertheless, the international use of this educational policy is still widespread. In this study, drawing on data for the Spanish case, we provide additional evidence on the need to consider different policies to grade repetition in order to enhance the achievement of low-performers.
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Topics:
Grade Retention; Academic Achievement; Reverse Causality; PISA; PIRLS
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Sección General
Drivers of Economic Growth in Advanced Economies: Results from a Multisectoral-multiregional Perspective
Journal:
48 - 2018
Author(s):
Rosa Duarte, Sofía Jiménez and Julio Sánchez Chóliz
Abstract:
Since the beginning of the crisis, determinants of economic growth have returned to the forefront of economic debates. In this context, the main objective of this paper is to analyse how the global economy has evolved in the years between 1996 and 2009, focusing our analysis on developed countries, in order to determine the factors that can explain economic growth. To do that, our work analyses the main magnitudes provided by the WIOD and the associated Multiregional input-output model.
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Topics:
Economic Growth; WIOD; SDA
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Sección General
Los efectos de la red mundial de fusiones y adquisiciones sobre la inversión: un estudio para América Latina
Journal:
48 - 2018
Author(s):
Pablo Galaso, Ángeles Sánchez Díez, Sofía García Gámez y Cesar Olivas
Abstract:
Este artículo estudia los determinantes de la Inversión Extranjera Directa (IED) en América Latina desde una perspectiva novedosa. Demuestra que los denominados efectos de transvase y de confianza, definidos a partir de la posición que cada país ocupa en la red mundial de fusiones y adquisiciones, influyen positivamente en la recepción de inversión extranjera.
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Topics:
Efectos de transvase; Efectos de confianza; Fusiones y adquisiciones transfronterizas; Análisis de redes sociales; América Latina; Inversión extranjera directa; Datos de panel
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Sección General

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