Latin american journal of economics (41 documentos)


1.- Cost of capital in emerging markets: bridging gaps between theory and practice
Walker, Eduardo1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Facultad de Administración, Santiago de Chile. Chile
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, Pág. 111-147]
2.- Does Industrial Employment React to Movements in the Real Exchange Rate?: an empirical analysis for Colombia, 2000-2010
Peláez, José Tomás1; Sierra, Lya Paola1
1Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Facultad de Economía, Cali, Valle del Cauca. Colombia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, Pág. 39-60]
3.- Institutional Impact of Brain Drain, Human Capital, and Inequality: a political economy analysis
Schiff, Maurice1; Docquier, Frédréric2
1IZA - Institute of Labor Economics, Bonn, Nordrhein-Westfalen. Alemania; 2Universite Catholique de Louvain, Lovaina, Brabante. Bélgica
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, Pág. 95-110]
4.- Our Final Issue <Latin American Journal of Economics>
Sapelli, Claudio1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Economía, Santiago de Chile. Chile
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, ]
5.- R&D and non-R&D innovators during the global financial crisis: the role of binding credit constraints
Leitner, Sandra M1; Stehrer, Robert1
1The Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies, Viena. Austria
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, Pág. 1-38]
6.- The right fit for the wrong reasons: real business cycle in an oil-dependent economy
Santos, Miguel1
1Harvard University, Center for International Development, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Estados Unidos de América
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2016 Vol. 53 Núm. 1 Dic, Pág. 61-94]
7.- Application of a short memory model with random level shifts to the volatility of Latin American stock market returns
Rodríguez, Gabriel1; Tramontana Tocto, Roxana1
1Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Facultad de Economía, Lima. Perú
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 185-212]
8.- On the sustainability and synchronization of fiscal policy in Latin America
Alagidede, Paul1; Tweneboah, George
1University of the Witwatersrand, Wits Business School, Johanesburgo, Transvaal. Sudáfrica
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 213-240]
9.- The effectiveness of prenatal care in Uruguay’s low-income population: a panel data approach
Balsa, Ana Inés1; Triunfo, Patricia2
1Universidad de Montevideo, Montevideo. Uruguay; 2Universidad de la República, Facultad de Ciencias Sociales, Montevideo. Uruguay
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 149-184]
10.- Working and caring: the simultaneous decision of labor force participation and informal elderly and child support activities in Mexico
Gameren, Edwin van1; Velandia Naranjo, Durfari2
1El Colegio de México, México, Distrito Federal. México; 2Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá, Centro de Estudios e Investigación en Salud, Bogotá. Colombia
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2015 Vol. 52 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 117-148]
11.- 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 Núm. 1 May, Pág. 25-56]
12.- 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 Núm. 1 May, Pág. 79-94]
13.- 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 Núm. 1 May, Pág. 57-77]
14.- 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 Núm. 1 May, Pág. 1-23]
15.- 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 Núm. 1 May, Pág. 95-116]
16.- Intergenerational mobility and entrepreneurship in Uruguay
Gandelman, Néstor1; Robano, Virginia2
1Universidad ORT, Montevideo. Uruguay; 2
[Latin american journal of economics, Chile, 2014 Vol. 51 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 195-226]
17.- 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 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 227-245]
18.- 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 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 180-194]
19.- 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 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 247-278]
20.- 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 Núm. 2 Nov, Pág. 279-305]