Latin american journal of economics (31 documentos)


1.- A cluster analysis of FDI in Latin America
Forte, Rosa1; Santos, Nancy1
1Universidade do Porto, Faculdade de Economia, Porto. Portugal
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Num. 1 May, Pag. 25-56]
2.- A note on the S-curve dynamics of commodity trade between Brazil and the United States
Bahmani-Oskooee, Mohsen1; Xi, Dan2
1University of Wisconsin, Department of Economics, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Estados Unidos de América; 2University of International Business and Economics, School of Finance, Beijing. China
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Num. 1 May, Pag. 79-94]
3.- Foreign direct investment in Latin America and the Caribbean: an empirical analysis
Williams, Kevin1
1University of the West Indies, Department of Economics, Kingston. Jamaica
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Num. 1 May, Pag. 57-77]
4.- Reexamining the link between instability and growth in Latin America: a dynamic panel data estimation using K-median clusters
Bermúdez, Cecilia1; Dabús, Carlos D1; González, Germán H1
1Universidad Nacional del Sur, Departamento de Economía, Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires. Argentina
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Num. 1 May, Pag. 1-23]
5.- U.S. monetary policy's impact on Latin America’s structure of production (1960-2010)
Cachanosky, Nicolás1
1Metropolitan State University of Denver, Department of Economics, Denver, Colorado. Estados Unidos de América
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Num. 1 May, Pag. 95-116]
6.- Intergenerational mobility and entrepreneurship in Uruguay
Gandelman, Néstor1; Robano, Virginia2
1Universidad ORT, Montevideo. Uruguay; 2
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 195-226]
7.- Intra-generational social mobility and entrepreneurship in Uruguay
Bukstein, Daniel1; Gandelman, Néstor1
1Universidad ORT, Department of Economics, Montevideo. Uruguay
[Latin American journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 227-245]
8.- Is entrepreneurship a channel of social mobility in Latin America?
Castellani, Francesca1; Lora, Eduardo2
1Interamerican Development Bank, Washington, Distrito de Columbia. Estados Unidos de América; 2Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 180-194]
9.- Is entrepreneurship inherited? a study of intergenerational social mobility in Mexico
Velez Grajales, Viviana1; Vélez Grajales, Roberto2
1Interamerican Development Bank, Washington, Distrito de Columbia. Estados Unidos de América; 2Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias, México, Distrito Federal. México
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 247-278]
10.- Middle-class entrepreneurs and inadequate prospects for social mobily through entrepreneurship in Colombia
Mejía, Paula1; Meléndez, Marcela2
1Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Estados Unidos de América; 2Bogotá. Colombia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 279-305]
11.- Mobility and entrepreneurship in Ecuador a dynamic pseudo-panel approach
Odeñana, Xavier1; Villa, Ramón1
1Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil, Guayas. Ecuador
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 307-339]
12.- Access to f inance and funding composition during the crisis: A f irm-level analysis of Latin American countries
Leitner, Sandra M1; Stehrer, Robert1
1Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, Viena. Austria
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2013 Vol. 50 Num. 1 May, Pag. 1-47]
13.- Changes in Pension Inequality: A Decomposition Analysis of Argentina, 1995-2009
Elia, Vanesa Valeria d'1
1Administración Nacional de la Seguridad Social, Departamento de Estudios de Seguridad Social, Buenos Aires. Argentina
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2013 Vol. 50 Num. 1 May, Pag. 49-81]
14.- Governance and foreign direct investment in Latin America: A panel gravity model approach
Subasat, Turan1; Bellos, Sotirios2
1Izmir University of Economics, Izmir. Turquía; 2University of Macedonia, Tesalónica. Grecia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2013 Vol. 50 Num. 1 May, Pag. 107-131]
15.- How Informative are In-sample Information Criteria to Forecasting? The Case of Chilean GDP
Medel, Carlos A1
1Banco Central de Chile, Departamento de Investigaciones Económicas, Santiago de Chile. Chile
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2013 Vol. 50 Num. 1 May, Pag. 133-161]
16.- The Composition of Government Expenditures and Economic Growth in Bolivia
Bojanic, Antonio N1
1Universidad Nuestra Señora de la Paz, La Paz. Bolivia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2013 Vol. 50 Num. 1 May, Pag. 83-105]
17.- Does corruption affect economic growth?
Eatzaz Ahmad1; Muhammad Aman Ullah2; Muhammad Irfanullah Arfeen3
1Quaid-i-Azam University, Department of Economics, Islamabad. Pakistán; 2University of Auckland, Auckland, Central Auckland. Nueva Zelanda; 3Center for Advanced Studies in Engineering, Islamabad. Pakistán
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2012 Vol. 49 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 277-305]
18.- Economic impact of freer trade in Latin America and the caribbean: a gtap analysis
Mukhopadhyay, Kakali1; Thomassin, Paul J1; Chakraborty, Debesh2
1McGill University, Departamento de Economía Agrícola, Montreal, Quebec. Canadá; 2Jadavpur University, Departamento de Economía, Kolkata. India
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2012 Vol. 49 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 147-183]
19.- human capital contracts in Chile: an exercise based on income data on chilean HE graduates
Lozano-Rojas, Felipe Andrés1
1Instituto Colombiano de Crédito Educativo y Estudios Técnicos en el Exterior, Bogotá. Colombia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2012 Vol. 49 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 185-215]
20.- Regional output convergence in Mexico
Gómez Zaldívar, Manuel1; Ventosa-Santaularia, Daniel2
1Universidad de Guanajuato, Departamento de Economía y Finanzas, Guanajuato. México; 2Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas A.C., División de Economía, México, Distrito Federal. México
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2012 Vol. 49 Num. 2 Nov, Pag. 217-236]