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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

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Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2015, Nº 19
Las exclusiones sociales

Buena parte de los problemas sociales tienen su origen en la desigualdad, en el injusto reparto de los recursos. La crisis y las políticas que con su pretexto se están aplicando agravan año a año la situación. Por ello, hemos de volver sobre el tema, reflexionar sobre las nuevas formas de exclusión que estamos observando y profundizar en algunas medidas paliativas que se debaten.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2015, Nº 16
El Procomún y los bienes comunes

El texto trata de poner al alcance de los economistas interesados y de la ciudadanía en general el debate que a partir de las movilizaciones indignadas (pero lógicamente arrancando de mucho antes) ha emergido sobre el procomún y los bienes comunes como formas de construir la posibilidad de estilos de vida y de gestión de los recursos humanos y naturales que no están directamente ligados a la ley del valor mercantil, pero tampoco a las formas burocráticas de los bienes públicos estatales.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2015, Nº 17
Financiación del Desarrollo y agenda post-2015

La III Conferencia Internacional financiación del Desarrollo (Abdis Abeba) después de las celebradas en Monterrey (2001) y Doha (2008). La relevancia de esta cita es grande, por cuanto se trata de lograr acuerdos que garanticen que se van movilizar los recursos financieros y los medios de apoyo que se requieren para hacer realidad la Agenda de Desarrollo post-2015. A su vez, esta Agenda, aunque en un estado muy avanzado de diseño, habrá de ser acordada en septiembre de este año, en Naciones Unidas.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2015, Nº 18
Otra economía está en marcha II

El 18º Dossier EsF ofrece algunas de las ponencias expuestas en las II Jornadas “Otra Economía Está En Marcha” que, organizadas por Economistas sin Fronteras con la colaboración de la Plataforma 2015 y más, tuvieron lugar los días 12 y 13 de diciembre de 2014 en Madrid.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

20, Nº 2015
Fiscalidad: Eficiencia y equidad

Este nuevo dossier, que ha sido coordinado por Jesús Ruiz-Huerta (catedrático de Economía Aplicada de la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos y uno de los mayores expertos del país en esta temática), se centra en las cuatro figuras impositivas más importantes del sistema fiscal español y dedica una mirada adicional a los problemas de fraude y paraísos fiscales.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2016, Nº 21
Recordando a José Luis Sampedro

El nuevo número de los Dossieres EsF está dedicado íntegramente a la memoria de José Luis Sampedro, al cumplirse el tercer aniversario de su fallecimiento (abril de 2013).

El dossier ha sido coordinado por José Manuel García de la Cruz (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid) y José Ángel Moreno (Economistas sin Fronteras), ambos miembros del Consejo Editor de Dossieres EsF

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2014, Nº 15
La enseñanza de la economía

El decimoquinto número de los Dossieres EsF parte de la preocupación de que la actual enseñanza de la Economía, bajo el monopolio del pensamiento único neoliberal, está suponiendo un empobrecimiento de esta disciplina que acarrea graves consecuencias para la sociedad en que vivimos. La falta de diversidad intelectual, el aislamiento de otras ciencias sociales y de referencias históricas y su obsesión con la cuantificación suponen un enorme déficit formativo.

Sin embargo, la compleja realidad económica que caracteriza nuestro mundo exige profesionales de la Economía que comprendan el funcionamiento real de nuestra sociedad y su interacción con el entorno, para poder afrontar los innumerables retos a los que nos enfrentamos.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2012, Nº 7
¿Otra política económica es posible?

Seis economistas solventes y con planteamientos no necesariamente coincidentes, a los que hemos pe- dido que traten de concretar de forma breve (como son siempre los artículos de esta publicación) si creen que hay alternativas frente a la política econó- mica que se está aplicando en nuestro país y, si así lo creen, que expongan las líneas de actuación que les parecen esenciales.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2011, Nº 1
Nuevos tiempos para la cooperación internacional para el desarrollo

Cada día que pasa queda uno menos para llegar a 2015, cuando oficialmente habrá que evaluar el cumplimiento de los Objetivos del Milenio para el Desarrollo, y sin embargo son muchos los problemas que se acumulan sin que se haya podido confirmar ninguna de la mejores expectativas sobre el logro de alguno de los ocho objetivos y menos todavía del primero y, quizá más urgente y universal: erradicar la extrema pobreza y el hambre.

Dossieres EsF (Economistas sin Fronteras)

2013, Nº 8
Banca ética ¿es posible?

Esta pregunta suele ser “la” pregunta que general- mente se plantea cuando se presenta la banca ética a alguien que no oyó hablar del proyecto. ¿Cómo se pueden unir estos dos conceptos: banca y ética? Incluso, a veces, se interpreta como una forma de utopía alejada de la realidad. Posiblemente, haya una pluralidad de razones que justifican esta desa- gregación, alejando la ética a lugares distantes del comportamiento financiero; pero casi todas estas razones suelen basarse en análisis y experiencias (personales o colectivas) de sumisión del interés de las personas al de los poderosos grupos económicos.

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Boletín de Hemeroteca Hegoa nº 37: 1ª quincena Noviembre 2010

Recibidas: de 01 de Noviembre del 2010 a 12 de Noviembre del 2010
Publicación Año/Nº Artículos
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 1
Migration, transfers and economic decision making among agricultural households.
  • The impact of Conditional Cash Transfers on Consumption and Investment in Nicaragua.
  • Conditional cash transfers and agricultural production: Lessons from the Oportunidades Experience in Mexico.
  • Does Migration make rural households more productive? Evidence from Mexico.
  • Moving forward, looking back: the impact of migration and remittances on assets, consumption and credit constraints in the rural Philippines.
  • Seasonal migration and agricultural production in Vietnam.
  • The vanishing farms? The impact of international migration on Albanian family farming.
  • Agricultural land use and asset accumulation in migrant households: the case of El Salvador.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 2
Microfinance
  • Does contingent repayment in Microfinance help the poor during natural disasters?
  • The effects of a calamity on income and wellbeing of poor Microfinance borrowers: The case of the 2004 Tsunami shock.
  • Credit for what? Informal credit as a coping strategy of market women in Northern Ghana.
  • Changing resouce profiles: Aspirations among orphans in Central Mozambique in the context of an AIDS Migration intervention.
  • Random growth in Africa? Lessons from an evaluation of the growth evidence on Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia, 1965-1995.
  • The impact of Bt. Cotton on poor households in rural India.
  • An inquiry into the Development process of village industries: The case of a Knitwear Cluster in Northern Vietnam.
  • Moving out of poverty in Tanzania: Evidence from Kagera.
  • The Worldwide Government Indicators: Six, one, or none?
  • Global inequality in well-being dimensions.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 3
Human Development
  • Women's empowerment across generations in Bangladesh.
  • Marrying contested approaches: Empowerment and the imposition of international principles: Domestic violence case reolutions in Indonesia.
  • A multinomial model of fertility choice and offspring sex relations in India.
  • Wealth: crucial but not sufficient - evidence from Pakistan on economic growth, child labour and schooling.
  • Health human capital, height and wages in China.
  • Making the grade? Private education in Northern India.
  • The rural-urban divide in China: Income but not happiness?
  • Reducing the educational gap: Good results in vulnerable groups.
  • Foreign assistance and the struggle agains HIV/AIDS in the Developing world.
  • The rise of obesity in transition: Theory and empirical evidence from Russia.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 4
Descentralised governance
  • Ambiguous institutions: Traditional Governance and Local Democracy in South India.
  • Can information about local Government performance induce civic participation? Evidence from the Philippines.
  • How important is the Capacity of Local Governments for improvements in welfare? Evidence from Descentralised Uganda.
  • Village elections, public goods investments and pork barrel politics, Chinese-style.
  • The political economy of village sanitation in South India: Capture or poor information?
  • Which institutions are good for your health? The deep determinants of comparative cross-country healthstatus.
  • Legal environment, finance channels and ivestment: The East African example.
  • Do Governments in Developing Countries pursue sustainable debt policies? Empirical evidence for selected countries in Africa and Latin America.
  • Remittances, poverty, inequality and welgfare: Evidence from the Central Plateau of Burkina Faso.
  • Learning by Southern Peace NGOs.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 5
UNU-WIDER special issue on fragility and development in Small Island Developing States.
  • Vulnerability, trade, financial flows and state failure in Small Island Developing States. *Assesing the economic vulnerability of Small Island Developing States and the Least Developed Countries.
  • Terms of trade shocks and the current account in Small Island Developing States.
  • The short-run macroeconomic impact of Foreign aid to small states: An agnostic time series analysis.
  • Aid and growth in Small Island Developing States.
  • Aid and Dutch disease in the South Pacific and in other Small Island States.
  • Remittances in Small Island Developing States.
  • Paradise lost: The costs of State failure in the Pacific.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 6
Rural development.
  • Risk, credit constraints and financial efficiency in Peruvian Agriculture.
  • The balance of power in rural marketing networks: A case study of Snake Trading in Cambodia.
  • Understanding the evolution of rice technology in China - from traditional agriculture to GM rice today.
  • Institutions and poverty.
  • Does oil still hinder democracy?
  • Industrialisation after a Deep Economic Crisis: Indonesia.
  • How infraestructure and financial institutions affect rural income and poverty: Evidence from Bangladesh.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 7
The government of chronic poverty.
  • The government of chronic poverty: From exclusion to citizenship?
  • A relational approach to durable poverty, inequality and power.
  • Grounding "Responsabilisation talk": Masculinities, citizenship and HIV in Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Rectifying the anti-politics of citizen participation: Insight from the internal politics of a Subaltern Community in Nepal.
  • Governing chronic povertyu under inclusive liberalism: The case of the Northern Uganda Social Action Fund.
  • Making development agents: participation and boundary object in International Development.
  • School exclusion as social exclusion: the practices and effects of a Conditional Cash Transfer Programmes for the Poor in Bangladesh.
  • "We always lived here": Indigenous Movements, Citizenship and Poverty in Argentina.
  • Decentring poverty, reworking government: Social Movements and states in the government of poverty.
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, The Journal of 2010, Vol. 46, Nº 8
  • The Donor problems: An experimental analysis of beneficiary empowerment.
  • Small retailers in Brazil: are formal firms really more productive?
  • FDI liberalisation, firm heterogeneity and foreign ownership: German firms dedisions in reforming India.
  • Imports of intermediate inputs and spillover effects: Evidence from Chilean Plants.
  • National model of technological catching up and innovation: Comparing patents of Taiwan and South Korea.
  • Educational attainment and attitudes towards war in Muslim Countries contemplating war: The case of Jordan, Lebanon, Pakistan and Turkey.
  • Sources of civic engagement in Latin america: Empirical evidence from rural Ecuadorian communities.
  • Are women as likely to take risks and compete? Behavioral findings from Central Vietnam.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 3
  • Aid and debt relief in Africa: Have they been substitutes or complements?
  • Is corporate aid targeted to poor and deserving countries? A case study of Nestle's Aid Allocation.
  • Is corruption and efficient grease?
  • Growth and inequality in India: Analysis of an extended social accounting matrix.
  • Accounting for inequality in India: Evidence from household expenditures.
  • Schooling investments over three decades in rural Tamil Nadu, India: Changing effects of income, gender and adult family member's education.
  • Child nutrition, health problems, and school achievements in Sri Lanka.
  • Female empowerment: Impact of commitment savings product in the Philippines.
  • Relative to what or whom? The importance of norms and relative standing to well-being in South Africa.
  • A test of the new variant famine hypothesis: Panel survey evidence from Zambia.
  • Health insurance and other risk-coping strategies in Uganda: The case of Microfinance Insurance Lt.
  • Life is unfair in Latin America, but does it matter for growth?
  • Complementary labor regulation: The uncoordinated combination of state and private regulators in the Dominican Republic.
  • Do interventions of school level improve educational outcomes? Evidence from Rural Program in Colombia.
  • Doing it for themselves: direct Action Land Reform in the Brazilian amazon.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 4
  • The developing world's budgeting (but vulnerable) middle class.
  • Social Security regimes, global estimates, and good practices: The status of social protection for international migrants.
  • Global infant mortality: Correcting for undercounting.
  • Is foreign aid a vanguard of foreign direct investment? A Gravity-Equation Approach.
  • Ivestment climate and FDI in developing countries: Some evidence from Korea.
  • Who beniets from promoting small enterprises? Some empirical evidence from Ethiopia.
  • Poverty status and the impact of Formal Credit on Technology use and wellbeing among Ethiopian smallholders.
  • Impact of access to credit on labor allocation patterns in Malawi.
  • Credit Program Participation and child schooling in rural Malawi.
  • Promising approaches to address the needs of poor female farmers: Resources, constraints, amnd interventions.
  • Are female-headed households more food insecure? Evidence from Bangladesh.
  • Do rights work? Law, activism, and the employment guarantee scheme.
  • One size fits all? Decentralization, corruption, and the monitoring of bureaucrats.
  • Vulnerability of victims of civil conflicts: Empirical evidence for the displaced population in Colombia.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 5
  • Growing out of poverty: Trends and patterns of urban poverty in China 1988-2002.
  • The effect of ILO minimum age Conventions on Child Labor and school attendance: Evidence from aggregate and individual level data. Corruption, manufacturing plan growth, and the Asian Paradox: Indonesian evidence.
  • How important are locational characteristics for rural non-agricultural employment? Lessons from Brazil.
  • Jump-starting self-employment? Evidence for welfare participants in argentina.
  • Disentangling bargaining power from individual and household level for institutions: Evidence on women's position in Ethiopia.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 6
Globalization, poverty, and inequality in Latin America.
  • Globalization, poverty, and inequality in Latin America: Findings from case studies.
  • Trade liberalization and the self-employed in Mexico.
  • Globalization and smallholders: The adoption, diffusion, and welfare impact of non-traditional export crops in Guatemala.
  • Remittances and vulnerability to poverty in rural Mexico.
  • Globalization and formal sector migration in Brazil.
  • Seasonal migration and early childhood development.
  • Earnings mobility in times of growth and decline: Argentina from 1996 to 2003.
  • Linkages between pro-poor growth, social programs and labor market: The recent Brazilian experience.
  • Globalization and the role of public transferts in redistributing income in Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • Minimum wages, globalization, and poverty in Honduras.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 7
  • Community-based risk management arrangements: A review.
  • "Trade matters in the fight agains poverty": Narratives, perceptions, and (lack of) evidence in the case of fish trade in Africa.
  • Assets, activity choices, and civil war: Evidence from Burundi.
  • Who should be interviewed in Surveys of Household income?
  • Women's empowerment and the creation of social capital in Indian villages.
  • How does Public Assistance affect family expenditures? The case of urban China.
  • Nutrient intake of the poor and its implications for the nutritional effect of cereal price subsidies: Evidence from China.
  • Adult BMI as a health and nutritional inequality measure: Applications at macro and micro levels.
  • the impact of improved Maize Varieties on poverty in Mexico: A prospensity score-matching approach.
  • Poverty and inequality among ethnic groups in Chile.
  • Remittances and their unintended consequences in Cuba.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 8
  • Are international databases on corruption reliable? A comparison of expert opinion surveys and household surveys in Sub-Saharan Africa.
  • Financial reforms, patent protection, and knowledge accumulation in India.
  • Patent incentives, technology markets, and public-private bio-medical innovation networks in Brazil.
  • Does stronger intellectual property rights protection induce more bilateral trade? Evidence from China's imports.
  • Exchange rate volatility and employment growth in developing countries: Evidence from Turkey.
  • Return migration and occupational choice: Evidence from Albania.
  • Values, cultural practices, and economic performance: Theory and some evidence from Kenya.
WORLD DEVELOPMENT 2010, Vol. 38, Nº 9
  • Good for living? On the relations between globalization and life expectancy?
  • Debt relief, investment and growth.
  • Geographical diversification of developing country exports.
  • Regulating water services for all in developing economies.
  • Promoting transparency in the NGO sector: Examining the availability and reliability of self-reported data.
  • A rural-urban comparison of manufacturing enterprise performance in Ethiopia.
  • Employment vulnerability and earnings in urban West-Africa.
  • The Global Food Crisis and Guatemala: What crisis and for whom?