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Formato: 2019
European union in a quandary
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Angel Viñas
Resumen:
There is no disagreement that the European Union suffers from countinuous
crises, which are systematically portrayed in the media. Curiously, however, the
most relevant success in the Union’s recent history – its expansion to ten new
members, almost all of them in Central and Eastern Europe, finalized on May
1st, 2004 – is often overlooked. The reasons behind the crisis of the European
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Temas:
European Union, Integration
Industrial r&d investment: a comparative analysis of the top EU and non-EU companies based on the EU 2004 r&d Scoreboard
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Constantin Ciupagea, Pietro Moncada-Paternò-Castello
Resumen:
This paper presents the main results from the 2004 EU Industrial R&D
Investment Scoreboard, which lists the top 500 EU companies and the
top 500 non-EU companies ranked by their R&D investment. After a short
description of the definitions and objectives of the exercise, its content and
main findings are shown together with results from other analyses performed
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Temas:
Industrial R&D, EU Scoreboard, Concentration
Does foreign aid reduce inequality?
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
José Cuesta, Mariano González, José María Larrú
Resumen:
Recent international calls for more effective foreign aid underscore the
surprisingly little evidence on the redistributive impact of aid. Distribution in
recipient countries is not even a qualifying criterion for donors when allocating
aid. This paper addresses the fundamental question of whether current aid
and economic growth trends will likely render substantive egalitarian benefits
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Temas:
Foreign Aid, Inequality, growth, Ordered probit
Latin America’s financial globalization: the failure of an idealized international insertion
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Alfredo Sánchez Daza, Manuel Castillo Soto
Resumen:
Through the analysis of net capital flows, both by regions and countries, this
article examines Latin America’s financial globalization during the last two
decades. From the global perspective, such process incorporates developed
countries and Latin America, in which the biggest economies of the region
are the most involved. The international financial integration of the region has
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Temas:
Financial integration, Latin America, International capital flows, External Debt, Financial fragility
Trade flows among CEEC and EU countries: what are the future perspectives?
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
José Caetano, Aurora Galego
Resumen:

In this paper we analyse the characteristics and evolution of the EU-CEEC trade in the last decade, giving particular attention to trade relations among the CEEC. We study the determinants of both total and sectoral trade flows and investigate the potential bilateral trade among all the countries. The analysis is based on the gravity model approach using panel data from 1993 to 2001. The results highlight the sectoral differences in the EU-CEEC trade developments.

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Temas:
Trade, EU Enlargement, Gravity models, Panel Data
Review
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Rafael Martínez Cortiña
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Sección:
Review
Index
Revista:
15 - 2006
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Sección:
Index
International trade, economic growth, and foreign direct investment: causality evidence in Mexico
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
José Luis de la Cruz, José Antonio Núñez Mora
Resumen:
This document investigates the existence of causality, in the Granger sense, and
its direction among real Gross Domestic Product, exports, imports and Foreign
Direct Investment of the Mexican case. The analysis applies the methodology
of cointegration developed by Liu, Burridge and Sinclair (2002) and the tests
of structural changes for the vector of cointegration developed by Quintos
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Temas:
International Trade, Economic Growth, Foreign direct investment, Causality and cointegration
Three ethical views on economics: Galbraith, Drucker and Ghoshal
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Joaquín Guzmán Cuevas
Resumen:

Three great economists have died recently: John K. Galbraith, Peter Drucker and Sumantra Ghoshal. This short paper considers not their technical and economic contributions, but rather their respective ethical approaches with regard to their concept of Economics as a science. Although the professional and intellectual profiles of the three economists are very different, an attempt is made to identify the common elements which may affect the future of the ethical grounds of Economics.

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Note about the eighth meeting of world economy
Revista:
15 - 2006
Autores:
Moisés Hidalgo
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