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Formato: 2021
Sumario Analítico
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Silvia ANDRÉS GONZÁLEZ-MORALEJOS y María Teresa COSTA ROMERO, Encarnación CORDÓN LAGARES y Félix GARCÍA ORDAZ, Carmen ECHEBARRÍA MIGUEL, Itziar AGUADO MORALEJO y José Mª BARRUTIA LEGARRETA, Luis Ángel HIERRRO RECIO, Pedro ATIENZA MONTERO y David PATIÑO RODRÍGUEZ, Aydée HURTADO GARCÉS, Carmen RAMOS CARVAJAL y Esteban FERNÁNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, Malgorzata KOKOCINSKA y Marcin PUZIAK, José Manuel PRADO LORENZO e Isabel M. GARCÍA SÁNCHEZ, Friedrich SELL, Andreu LOPE
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Sumario analítico
Introducción
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Carlos BERZOSA ALONSO-MARTÍNEZ
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Introducción
Structural funds: regional distribution (2000-2006) and financial impact in Spain of the EU enlargement
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Silvia Andrés González-Moralejo, María Teresa Costa Romero
Resumen:

European regional policy has undergone important changes the last few years, which have implied some modifications both at financial level and on State Members mechanisms of support. In this context, an information system about the structural support on the different Spanish regions is an instrument that will allow the monitoring and evaluation of the total amount of support and its distribution.

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Temas:
Structural Support, Regional Economies, Objective 1
China's exchange rate regime: a case for the analysis of the new exchange rate policies in Asian emerging economies
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Friedrich SELL
Resumen:
In this paper, we discuss new aspects of exchange rate policy which can be
observed in the emerging economies. In the first place, we concentrate on the
recent strategy of systematic undervaluation of one’s own currency –figuring
prominently among “big” players such as China– and the most likely implications
of such a strategy for domestic allocation, distribution and stabilization goals.
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Temas:
Emerging Economies, Exchange Rate Policy, Speculative Attack, First Generation Models
Historical evolution and current perspectives in the fishing spanish-moroccan relationships
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Encarnación Cordón Lagares, Félix García Ordaz
Resumen:

Fishing has been traditionally one of the most important aspects in Spanish-Moroccan trade relationships. These relationships have been established in fishing cooperative agreements with evolving conditions. In the first agreements Spain clearly had a position of power, but over time the situation has become more complex because of the increase in demands requested by the kingdom of Morocco.

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Temas:
Fishing Agreements, Fisheries Economics, Morocco
Local Agenda 21: The effect that the organisational and political structures have on the social organisation practices
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
José M. Prado Lorenzo, Isabel M. García Sánchez
Resumen:

Concern about the improper use of natural resources is causing changes to be made in order to reach what is known as Sustainable Development. Local Agenda 21 is a programme that involves the commitment of local government to this goal.

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Temas:
Local Agenda 21, Organizational Structure, Citizen Participation, Social Communication, Political Factors, Municipalities
Analytical Summary
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Silvia ANDRÉS GONZÁLEZ-MORALEJOS y María Teresa COSTA ROMERO, Encarnación CORDÓN LAGARES y Félix GARCÍA ORDAZ, Carmen ECHEBARRÍA MIGUEL, Itziar AGUADO MORALEJO y José Mª BARRUTIA LEGARRETA, Luis Ángel HIERRRO RECIO, Pedro ATIENZA MONTERO y David PATIÑO RODRÍGUEZ, Aydée HURTADO GARCÉS, Carmen RAMOS CARVAJAL y Esteban FERNÁNDEZ VÁZQUEZ, Malgorzata KOKOCINSKA y Marcin PUZIAK, José Manuel PRADO LORENZO e Isabel M. GARCÍA SÁNCHEZ, Friedrich SELL, Andreu LOPE
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Analytical Summary
Origen de la desigualdad y la progresividad en la financiaci
Revista:
21 - 2009
Resumen:

The present paper has as aim to analyse the contribution to the inequality and progressiveness of financing resources of Canada

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Secci
Structural changes in the economy in the light of the neoclassical approach. A case study: Spain and Poland
Revista:
21 - 2009
Autores:
Małgorzata Kokocinska, Marcin Puziak
Resumen:
The Spanish and Polish economies are often compared due to their similar
potential, as far as area, population and importance of the agricultural sector
are concerned. However, the division created by an 18-year time distance
between their EU accession fundamentally influences their experience of the
market economy, as well as the extent and pace of structural changes.
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Temas:
economic development, productivity, Economic Stucture, employment
Index
Revista:
21 - 2009
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Index

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