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Formato: 2019
Los ADPIC plus en los actuales tratados bilaterales impulsados por Estados Unidos y consecuencias en los países en desarrollo
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Mikel GÓMEZ URANGA, María del Socorro López Gómez, Andrés Araujo de la Mata
Resumen:
El acuerdo sobre los Aspectos de los Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual
relacionados con el Comercio (ADPIC) se describe como uno de los tres pilares de
la Organización Mundial del Comercio (OMC). Este artículo examina la distancia
aparente que existe entre dos importantes instrumentos internacionales; los
ADPIC y la Convención de Diversidad Biológica (CBD). Aquí se argumenta que
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Temas:
OMC, ADPIC, ADPIC Plus, CBD, Patentes, Tratados bilaterales de Libre Comercio, TLC
Editorial
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Manuela de Paz
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Sección:
Editorial
Una mirada institucional a la política europea de transportes
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Erika LÓPEZ PONTÓN
Resumen:
La Unión Europea se propone alcanzar sus metas ambientales y de libre
mercado a través del desarrollo del transporte intermodal. Sin embargo, a
pesar de las Directivas europeas adoptadas desde 1991 y de la financiación
de ambiciosos proyectos, el volumen de frete ferroviario es seis veces
inferior al volumen transportado por carretera. Los expertos identifican la
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Temas:
Economía institucional, Costos de transacción, Formas de organización, Eficiencia organizacional, Política de transportes
Index
Revista:
20 - 2008
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Sección:
Index
The economic relations between China and Africa and their influence on the African Development Pattern
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Koldo UNCETA SATRUSTEGUI, Eduardo Bidaurratzaga Aurre
Resumen:

In recent years, economic and political cooperation between China and Africa has increased remarkably, clearly noticeable in different fields: trade, investments, loans, aid, etc. The importance of these relations is expressed not only in their scale, but also in the relevance given to them by the Chinese authorities at the political level.

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Temas:
China, África, Trade, Investments, Cooperation
Chindia or China plus India? Economic complementarity and competition between two asian giants
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Pablo BUSTELO GÓMEZ
Resumen:
The paper explores if China’s and India’s economies are and will be mainly
complementary (the “Chindia” scenario) or instead essentially competitive (the
“China + India” scenario) between them. In the first case, the consequences
might be a more rapid shift towards Asia in the gravity center of the world
economy and perhaps the surging of a new type of globalization, alternative to
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
China, India, Complementarity, Competition
Active management of external debt and tourist development. Swaps debt-sustainable tourism
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Juan Ignacio PULIDO FERNÁNDEZ, David Flores Ruiz, María José Vargas-Machuca Salido
Resumen:

Most actors on the international scene show a deeper concern on foreign debt nowadays.

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Temas:
Foreign Debt, Sustainable Tourism, economic development, Debt-Sustainable Tourism Swaps
The case againts labour standards in the world trade organization
Revista:
20 - 2008
Autores:
Federico STEINBERG WECHSLER
Resumen:
This paper critically explores the cases for and against the inclusion of core
labour standards in the World Trade Organization (WTO). First, it focuses on
why the issue of social dumping has recently entered the public debate in
advanced countries. It then analyzes the economic impact that the inclusion
of such standards would have in both developed and developing countries,
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
International Trade, Labour Standards, World Trade Organisation
Index of published articles
Revista:
20 - 2008
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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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