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Formato: 2019
Convergencia de la política impositiva en la unión europea: un análisis empírico
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco J. Delgado, María José Presno
Resumen:
En este trabajo se analiza la convergencia de la política impositiva en la UE-
15 en el periodo 1965-2005 mediante un enfoque de series temporales. El
principal objetivo es contrastar la convergencia de los principales componentes
de los ingresos tributarios –renta y beneficios, contribuciones a la seguridad
social, propiedad, impuestos generales sobre bienes y servicios, impuestos
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Convergencia, Unión Europea, Política impositiva, Series temporales
Nota sobre la XII reunión de economía mundial
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Xavier Vence Deza, Óscar Rodil Marzábal
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Noticias de la SEM
Tendencias co-integradoras entre los Mercados de capital de los países miembros de NAFTA
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco López-Herrera, Edgar Ortiz
Resumen:
Las recientes políticas de liberalización económica y financiera han
incrementado la internacionalización de los mercados emergentes. Una
atrevida estrategia implementada por México constituye el Tratado de Libre
Comercio de los Países de Norte América (TLCAN, NAFTA por sus siglas en
inglés). Además de incrementos en el comercio y en las inversiones, este
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Cointegración, Integración/segmentación, TLCAN, Mexico
Analytical Summary
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Daniel COQ y Sandra RÍOS, Francisco José DELGADO y María José PRESNO, M. Rosario DÍAZ-VÁZQUEZ y Maite CANCELO, Gerardo FUJII y María del Rosario CERVANTES, Matthias FINK, Rainer HARMS y Alexander KESSLER, Francisco LÓPEZ-HERRERA y Edgar ORTIZ, Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz, Joan TORRENT-SELLENS y Pilar FICAPAL-CUSÍ, Sergio TEZANOS VÁZQUEZ
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Sección:
Analytical Summary
Aid and growth: a debatable connexion
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Sergio TEZANOS VÁZQUEZ
Resumen:
After 50 years of economic research it is still debatable whether international
aid has favoured the peace of growth of developing countries. The question of
the effectiveness of aid has tried to be solved through an empirical process, in
which the economic theory contributes different growth models that “guide”
the specification of the empirical relations to be estimated. The analysis of the
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Aid effectiveness, Economic Growth, Official Development Assistance, Aid Impact
Trade liberalization and employment in Mexico
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Gerardo FUJII GAMBERO, María del Rosario Cervantes Martínez
Resumen:
The purpose of this paper is to find out whether the Mexican liberalization
process has affected the labor demand according to the neoclassical theory.
Given that in Mexico the relatively abundant factor is unskilled labor it was
expected: 1) a growth in the employment level due to a production expansion
and a growth in the labor intensity, 2) a labor reassignment between sectors,
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Trade Liberalization, employment, Mexico
Index
Revista:
26 - 2010
Archvo adjunto:
Sección:
Index
ICT, co-innovation and firm productivity: empirical evidence from Catalonia and international comparison of results
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Joan Torrent-Sellens, Pilar Ficapal-Cusí
Resumen:
Using survey data on a representative sample of the Catalan productive
private network (1,238 firms), this paper a) analyzes the new co-innovative (ICT
uses, skilled labour and new forms of work organization) productivity sources;
and b) compares the results in an international framework. For most Catalan
firms (80% of which neither use technology nor are knowledge intensive) there
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
ICT Uses, Labour Skills, New Forms of Work Organisation, Firm Productivity, International Comparison
Explaining the evolution of CO2 and sulfure missions in OECD countries: an econometric decomposition
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
M. Rosario Díaz-Vázquez, M. Teresa Cancelo
Resumen:
The aim of this paper is to investigate some of the key factors that have
contributed to the existence of an inverse relationship between GDP growth
and some pollutants in several countries. We use econometric techniques
to make a decomposition analysis of the growth rates of CO2 and sulphur
emissions in OECD countries. In explaining the fall in emissions, we pay special
attention to the influence of the rise in oil prices.
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
Decomposition Analysis, Econometric Model, CO2 and Sulphur Emissions
GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS AND NEW ECONOMIC PARADIGMS
Revista:
26 - 2010
Autores:
Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz
Resumen:
After a long period of global economic growth, a number of financial and
economic factors have resulted in a deep crisis of capitalism. This crisis is due
to the excesses caused by liberalization and market deregulation since the
Eighties. Through different channels, the crisis in the housing market has had
an impact on the financial system, spreading to the main activity sectors. The
Archvo adjunto:
Temas:
crisis, Financial Autonomy, Regulation, Coordination, governance

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