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Formato: 2020
The institutional dynamics of economic success and failure: a comparative historical institutional analysis of Spain and Argentina (1950-2000)
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Gonzalo Caballero, Andrés Gallo
Resumen:

This article develops an historical and comparative institutional analysis of the economic experiences of Spain and Argentina in the second half of the XX Century. Why did the Spanish economy obtain the jump towards the economic prosperity in that period while the Argentine economy did not find the path of success? Which institutional variables do allow us to explain the dynamic evolution of the two economies through divergent paths?

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Paul Krugman: Nobel Prize in Economics 2008
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Julio Gaspar SEQUEIROS TIZÓN
Resumen:
This paper revises the recent evolution of the International Trade theories
to conmemorate that Paul Krugman has been awarded with the Nobel Prize
in Economics 2008. The paper analyzes how Neoclassical Paradigm has
evolutioned in order to offer answer to the different problems that appeared
within the empirical contrast of its theories. Krugman’s contributions are
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Temas:
International Trade, Comparative Advantages, Economic Geography
An institutional glance of the European transport policy
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Erika LÓPEZ PONTÓN
Resumen:
The European Union aims to reach its environmental and free market goals
through the development of intermodal transport. However and in spite of the
European Directives adopted since 1991 and of the financing of ambitious
projects, rail freight volume is six times lower than road volume. Interoperability
between transport modes has been identified by experts as the key obstacle
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Temas:
Institutional Economy, Transaction Costs, Organization Forms, Organizational Efficiency, Transport Policy
Editorial
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz
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Sección:
Editorial
The trips-plus in bilateral agreements boosted by United States: consequences for developing countries
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Mikel GÓMEZ URANGA, María del Socorro López Gómez, Andrés Araujo de la Mata
Resumen:
The Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs) is often
described as one of the three pillars of the World Trade Organization (WTO).
This paper examines the apparent lack of agreement between the two
major international instruments; namely TRIPs and the Convention on
Biological diversity (CBD). The Trips agreement defines minimum standards of
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
WTO, TRIPS, TRIPS Plus, CBD, Patents, Bilateral Free Trade Agreements
China's energy transition: features and domestic drivers
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Enrique Palazuelos Manso, Clara García Fernández-Muro
Resumen:
Since the beginning of the 1990s, China has been undergoing what
could be termed as an energy transition. The increasing provisioning of
hydrocarbon in international markets is perhaps the most striking feature
of this transformation. Therefore, analysis of the Chinese energy system
frequently leads to geostrategic studies. In this article we analyze, on the one
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Temas:
Energy transition, China, economic development, Energy System, Energy Dependency

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