Números Publicados

Formato: 2019
Impact of economic crisis on Brazilian economy
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Paulo Paiva
Resumen:
Brazil took advantage of both the reforms conducted since the
implementation of Plano Real and the expansion of world economy to
initiate a new cycle of economic growth. Differently from the historical
trend in Latin America, the prices of commodities rose and exports broke
records contributing to the rise in revenue and output growth.
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Temas:
Brazil, Latin America, Economic Growth, crisis, ethics, Development
Science, technology and innovation in spanish economy: Europe an cross-country situation
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Milagros Dones Tacero, Mª Isabel Heredero de Pablos
Resumen:
This paper analyses the opportunity of R & D in Spain in the current context
and makes a comparison with the situation of this policy in other European
countries. In this task, firstly it has been focused an analysis of the R & D
& I in the Spanish economy. On the other hand, it has been examined the
international performance in R & D & I. The results show a significance lack of resources in R &D in Spain.
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Temas:
Science, Research, Technology, Innovation, Spanish Economy
The Shanghai cooperation organization (SCO): keys for the creation of a future world leader
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
José Manuel Saiz Álvarez
Resumen:
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) is the largest
intergovernmental organization in Asia and leads to the two main engines,
Russia and China, to higher levels of growth and economic and social
development. Born to raise the levels of regional security, it has led to the
rapid creation of a free trade area, as has happened in other regions of the
world. However, in the case of SCO, this new area of integration is expected
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Integration, Security, growth, Welfare, Free Commerce
Introduction
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Joaquín Guzmán Cuevas
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Sección:
Introduction
Elaborating a framework to analyse the university spin-off formation
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
María Teresa Aceytuno Pérez, F. Rafael Cáceres Carrasco
Resumen:
This paper reflects some of the insights of a broader research in order
to discuss them. We focus on the elaboration of a framework to analyse the
creation of spin-off firms within the university context. Since this is a recent
phenomenon, some of its aspects are still discussed in the literature.
In this paper we will focus on: 1) the concept of “spin-off firm”; 2) typology of spin-off
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Spin-offs, Technology Transfer, University-Industry Relations
Very large enterprises, focal firms and global value chains
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Paul H. Dembinski
Resumen:
The paper starts by presenting the empirical evidence on to the economic
performance of largest among the stock exchange listed firms, named in this
paper VLE (very large enterprises). This evidence suggests that these very large
firms contribute a significant proportion of macro-economic growth.
Among many potential explanation of this situation, one hypothesis is explored in the
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Very Large Enterprises, Value Chain Global, Macroeconomic Growth, “Focal Firms”, productivity
Effects of the spanish companies investments in Latinamerica
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Santos Miguel Ruesga Benito, Julimar da Silva Bichara
Resumen:
This study aims to estimate the determinants and macroeconomic impacts
generated by Spanish FDI in Latin America during 1993-2003. With regard
to the causes identified as the input motion of Spanish investment in Latin
America can be explained by the size of the economies and the process of
privatization in the region.
Furthermore, in contrast to the above, the statistical
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Temas:
Foreign direct investment, Determinants, Macroeconomics Impacts, Spain, Latin America
Rebuilding the international monetary order: the responsibility of Europe, Japan and the United States
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Otto HIERONYMI
Resumen:
One of the principal conditions to assure the long-term development and
success of the liberal international economic and political order is the return to
a stable, equitable and rule-based international monetary order.
This is in the interests of large and small, rich and poor and “emerging” countries alike.
In fact, the absence since the 1970s of a universal monetary order and the prevailing
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
International Monetary Order, Reform of International Monetary Order, European Monetary System (EMS), “Extended EMS”, United States, Europe, Japan, Multidisciplinarity, International Order, Emilio Fontela, globalization, Global Finance
Analytical Summary
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
María Teresa ACEYTUNO PÉREZ y F . Rafael CÁCERES CARRASCO, Carlos BERZOSA, Alejandro CARDENETE, Ramón CASILDA, Paul H . DEMBINSKI, Milagros DONES y María Isabel HEREDERO DE PABLOS, José FERNÁNDEZ, Francisco LIÑÁN y Francisco Javier SANTOS, Miguel Ángel GALINDO MARTÍN, Otto HIERONYMI, Paulo Paiva, Antonio Pulido, Isidoro ROMERO, Erik DIETZENBACHER y Geoffrey J . D . HEWINGS, Santos M . RUESGA y Julimar DA SILVA, José Manuel SÁIZ
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Analytical Summary
The systematic knives of the world financial crisis: state, markets and banks
Revista:
23 - 2009
Autores:
Ramón Casilda Béjar, Jesús Ferreiro Aparicio
Resumen:
The current global economic crisis is the result of a wrong design and
working of the financial markets and agents.
The generalized processes of financial deregulation, joined to the globalization process, have made that a
problem seemingly focused in a small segment of the financial markets in the US
economy has acquired a global systemic nature.
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Temas:
Economic and Financial Crises, Financial Markets, Regulation, Deregulation

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