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Formato: 2021
Local cooperation in border destinations: Galicia and north of Portugal
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Xulio Pardellas de Blas, Carmen Padín Fabeiro
Resumen:

Cooperation among cities is a new approach to local development, which the European Commission emphasises in the Interreg Programme for cross-border cooperation within the financial framework 2007-2013.  To this aim, since 1992, the Eixo Atlantico, association of 34 municipalities in the Euroregion Galicia and North of Portugal, is an example of territorial cooperation with special interest in tourism development.The main goals of this article are to validate the hypothesis of existing mutual

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Temas:
Common Destination Management, Tourism Destination, Cross- Border Cooperation, Territorial Competitiveness
Determinants of R&D cooperation: an institutional perspective
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Sajid Haider, Carmen de Pablos Heredero
Resumen:

Existing literature on the determinants of research & development (R&D) cooperation discusses mainly the factors which are specific to organization. But the issues of institutional environment in which such interactions take place remain relatively less explored. This study identifies some particular institutions such as ‘Research and Technology Transfer’, and the ‘regulatory’ institutions which promote R&D cooperation in a country.

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Temas:
R&D Cooperation, Institutions, Research and Technology Transfer Institutions, Regulatory Institutions
Analysis of mortgage market integration applying panel data techniques
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Mª. Celia López Penabad, Mª. del Carmen López Andión, José Manuel Maside Sanfiz, Ana Iglesias Casal
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This paper studies the level of integration within the european Monetary Union mortgage markets between 2003 and 2010, using cointegration analysis with panel data tecniques of national mortgage rates and their average. There are few cointegration relationships, therefore, in general, we found no significant level of integration in the mortgage market in the countries of the monetary union.

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Temas:
Mortgage Market, European Monetary Union, Integration, Panel Data, Cointegration
Condolences and gratitude note for Joaquín Guzmán J. Cuevas
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Tourism growth economic development. An analysis since the perspective of the foreign exchance generation and tax collection capacity
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Pablo Juan Cárdenas García
Resumen:

In recent years, there is a widespread commitment of countries and international organizations to tourism as a tool for economic development, although there is increasing criticism of this positive relationship.

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Temas:
Tourism, economic development, International Trade, Econometric Modelling
Quantitative analysis of the economic impact of competitiveness on international tourism destinations
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Marcelino Sánchez Rivero
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The purpose of this research is to analyze the evolution of tourism competitiveness at a country level over the last years and to quantify how this evolution affects tourism figures. The research hypothesis is: competitiveness of international tourism destinations influences tourism magnitudes. To test this hypothesis a mobility table was built and several indexes were computed in order to distinguish between static and dynamic countries.

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Temas:
Tourism Competitiveness, Mobility Tables, Change Index, Chow Test, Economic Impact
University-Industry Technology transfer models in Europe
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
María Teresa Aceytuno, F. Rafael Cáceres
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The Innovation Systems Approach emphasizes the idea of interdependence between the different elements that generates innovation. Between these elements, firms –that is, the entrepreneurial sub-system– is especially important for the analysis since they finally introduce the innovations.

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Temas:
Innovation Systems, Innovation Policy, Entrepreneurship, European Models of Technology Transfer
Tourist spending economic impact: low cost versus traditional companies
Revista:
32 - 2012
Autores:
Rosa Puertas Medina, Mª. Luisa Martí Selva, Consuelo Calafat Marzal
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This paper aims to measure how the injection of money into the Spanish economy as a result of tourist spending contributes more or less to public income, job creation and new business opportunities depending on the air transport tourists choose. Input/Output (I/O) analysis is used to identify the Direct, Indirect and Induced Effect in both aggregate terms and also sector by sector.

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Temas:
Low Cost Airlines, Input-Output Analysis, Tourism Impacts

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