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Formato: 2020
The labour logic in the model of export intensive in non-qualified labour. The case of Mexico
Revista:
24 - 2010
Autores:
Gerardo H. Fujii Gambero
Resumen:
Employment problems in Mexico are reflected in bad quality of many
occupations. A key element of the strategy pursued to face them consisted
of promoting manufacturing-based export-led growth. After twenty years
of following this orientation, employment issues haven’t been solved. This
paper argues that Mexico’s participation in world trade, specifically its role in
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
International Production Sharing, Low-Qualified Labour Production, Low Wages-Based Competitiveness
Labour productivity and sectorial structures in European economies
Revista:
24 - 2010
Autores:
Rafael Fernández Sánchez, Enrique Palazuelos Manso
Resumen:
This paper analyzes the contribution of manufacturing and services to
aggregate productivity growth in the European economies during the period
1994-2003. In a context of mediocre demand growth, productivity in services
is growing slowly, which in economies increasingly oriented towards services
is a strong restriction to the increase in aggregate productivity. On the other
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Demand, Economic Growth, productivity, employment, Services, Manufacturing
Economic crisis: what happends with currencies and exchange rates?
Revista:
24 - 2010
Autores:
Juan Antonio CERÓN CRUZ
Resumen:
Previous to the crisis unleashed in summer of 2007, exchange rates
were at the center of the debate across economists focused on international
economy. The extreme aggressiveness of the turmoil has hidden these issues.
Nonetheless, sooner or later, they will likely return again, even wider. Public
bailouts will be debt financed, to some extent in the international markets,
adding a new source of volatility.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Currency Crises, Monetary System, Capital Flows
Sustainability debt in low income countries: towards a proposal of theoretical framework based on structural analysis
Revista:
24 - 2010
Autores:
Alfredo MACÍAS VÁZQUEZ
Resumen:
Once developed the multilateral initiatives for the relief of the external
debt in the low income countries (HIPC and MDRI), the principal aim will be to
prevent a poor country from returning to get into debt too much. To prevent this
is not going to be easy. On one hand, these countries are experiencing changes
in their external insertion, which involves a series of opportunities and risks. On
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Debt Relief, Financial International Institutions, Sustainability, Low-Income Countries

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