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  1. Retos de las viviendas turísticas en Barcelona: entre el mercado y la regulación

    Artigot Golobardes, Mireia

  2. Taxi Driver 2.0. ¿Por qué UBER ya ha ganado la batalla?

    Albert López-Ibor, Rocío; Biazzi Solomonoff, Rogelio; Cabrillo Rodríguez, Francisco

  3. Las reformas de la Ley Concursal durante la Gran Recesión

    García Posada, Miguel; Vegas, Raquel

  4. Disolución y apertura de la liquidación, societaria o concursal

    van Hemmen, Stefan F.

  5. Demanda y oferta de justicia civil en España

    Rosales, Virginia

  6. Un análisis económico de la jurisdicción contencioso-administrativa: el efecto del nuevo criterio de costas y las tasas judiciales

    Martínez Matute, Marta; Mora, Juan S.

  7. Asistencia jurídica gratuita en los procesos civiles

    Celentani, Marco

  8. La armonización de reglas y estándares legales: un análisis económico

    Ganuza Fernández, Juan José; Gómez Pomar, Fernando

  9. ¿Mejor antes o después?. Controles públicos previos "versus" controles públicos posteriores

    Doménech Pascual, Gabriel

  10. Los retos del gobierno corporativo de las sociedades controladas

    Gutiérrez Urtiaga, María; Sáez Lacabe, Maribel

  11. El Tribunal Supremo y los casos por negligencias médicas en España

    Amaral García, Sofía

  12. Cuantía y probabilidad sancionadora óptimas dados unos tribunales reacios al castigo

    Garoupa, Nuno

  13. Comparación entre impuestos correctores y responsabilidad como solución al problema de las externalidades negativas

    Shavell, Steven

  14. Universidad, economía y región: el papel de la universidad alemana en la integración de las empresas locales en la economía global

    García Echevarría, Santiago
    Today, developing knowledge is the key to the development of the individual. This means that knowledge becomes the foundations for the development of Society, its economy and Society’s structure as a whole. In these terms not only are we discussing technical and social knowledge, but also knowledge of human action, of individual development. This in turn implies social change as Society moves towards an economy that is more dependent upon the individual and those Institutions that contribute to their development. Universities have always been at the very centre of the development of knowledge, involved in both its transfer, as well...

  15. La dimensión societaria del empleo juvenil: clave de la sostenibilidad de la economía y de la sociedad

    García Echevarría, Santiago
    With regard to youth unemployment, there are marked differences among countries within the European Union. While some countries do not have youth unemployment, others such as Italy, Portugal, Greece and Spain, among others, suffer from high levels - between of 40- 50% - of unemployment among young people. This is one of the Union’s most pressing problems, not merely in terms of the economy, but also in societal terms. Youth unemployment entails serious instability but, above all, it is a serious situation with regard to the development of the individual. In the European Union, over 5 million young people between...

  16. Efectos de la innovación financiera sobre la inversión: El caso del leasing financiero

    Angeles Díaz Mayans, María
    This paper analyzes the consequences of financia1 innovation on investment, particularly the leasing case. The aim of this study is to identify and analyze the influence of the (fiscal, regulatory and market) factors, which have given a relative advantage to leasing, leading to an increase in business investment. A general model of interactions between investment and financing decisions is adapted to the leasing case to point out possible advantages under certain imperfections. The analyzed factors are: taw incentives, the existence of financial insolvency costs and the presence of a reserve requirement for leasing firms.

  17. Interest rate, expectations and the credibility of the bank of Spain

    Goerlich Gisbert, Francisco José; Maudos Villarroya, Joaquín; Quesada Ibáñez, Javier
    This paper tries to precisely date the change of monetary policy regime occurred in Spain along the year 1984 moving away from controlling monetary aggregates into interest rate targeting. The most likely date for the change is estimated and, surprisingly, there is evidence that agents learn quite rapidly about the new intermediate target. A week after the change, the term structure of interest rates shows how market agents attribute much more informational content to interest rate changes than they did before. Two types of transitions are tried, namely, using a one step and a gradual logistic switching function.

  18. Transition probabilities to employment and non-participation

    Antolín, Pablo
    The analysis of the probability of leaving the unemployment pool is cornrnonly done without distinguishing the exit state. Al1 the people who exit unemployment do not do so into employment, instead some become inactive. In this paper 1 then distinguish and examine the trasition probabilities from unemployment to employment and non-participation. 1 find that the factors that affect the transition probabilities to each state are not necesarily the same, and their effects are different in direction andlor magnitude.

  19. Análisis de cointegración en la estructura temporal de los tipos de interés de la deuda pública

    Rico Belda, Paz
    This paper examines the temporal relationship of Spanish public debt interest rates over the period from January 1991 to November 1994 between end-of-month observations of Treasury rates of different maturities, ranging from three months to ten years. Applying the cointegration theory, we find empirical support for cointegration of Treasury rates The results confirm the appropriateness of imposing a common stochastic process for interest rates . Lastly, to determine whether the cointegration relationship improves forescast of Treasury rates we compare a VAR model of the interest rates with an error-correction model. The results indicate that the error-correction model improves forescast, but in no...

  20. Dotaciones del capital público y su distribución regional en España

    Mas Ivars, Matilde; Pérez García, Francisco; Uriel Jiménez, Ezequiel
    Este trabajo presenta los primeros resultados de una investigación más amplia llevada a cabo por el Instituto Valenciano de Investigaciones Económicas (IVIE) sobre capital público y desarrollo regional en España. La aportación fundamental de la misma es una estimación de las dotaciones de capital de las Administraciones Públicas en los años 1980, 1985 y 1990, obtenida por primera vez mediante una metodología homologable con la empleada en otros países desarrollados. Se estima también una desagregación funcional de capital público en carreteras, estructuras urbanas, infraestructuras hidráulicas, educativas y sanitarias para cada una de las Comunidades Autónomas. El trabajo presta considerable atención...

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