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12 de junio 2017
Globalization: Contents and Discontents

William Shakespeare’s Tragedy of King Richard III, written approximately in 1592, is the story of evil acts by the detested and misshapen hunchback, Richard, who plots to sow discontent among his brother, the King, and others, and has his brother murdered along with other wicked deeds in order to gain the throne. It opens with […]

12 de mayo 2015
Labor Market Implications of Limited Integration

Globalization, in its multiple interpretations, is seen by many people as a great possibility of improving living standards in developing countries. Trade and financial integration can encourage competition, technology transfers and specialization according to comparative advantage principles. Indeed, after decades of protectionism with very poor results, many countries have actively opened their economies to global […]

04 de abril 2015
Efecto de la Globalización sobre la Distribución del Ingreso Personal: Rol de las Instituciones Legales y de la Profundidad de los Mercados Financieros

The objective of this work is to analyze the role that play the quality of the legal institutions and the depth of the financial markets, in the effect of short term that has the process of financial and commercial opening, on the personal income distribution. In order to give empirical sustenance to the previous hypothesis […]

12 de marzo 2015
Labor Market Implications of Limited Integration

Globalization, in its multiple interpretations, is seen by many people as a great possibility of improving living standards in developing countries. Trade and financial integration can encourage competition, technology transfers and specialization according to comparative advantage principles. Indeed, after decades of protectionism with very poor results, many countries have actively opened their economies to global […]

12 de marzo 2015
Tariffs, Technology and Global Integration

In the last two decades tariffs around the globe have fallen significantly. However, less well known are their changes in the sectorial structure of protection rates. Between 1988 and 1998, relative tariffs have increased in capital-intensive sectors, and this shift is specially strong in low wage countries. These changes in tariff structures reflect the response […]