Arnoldshain Seminar XV
“The EU and Latin America Facing Globalization”
September 4 – 6, 2017
Vienna


Abstracts    
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Abainza, Loresel, Unviersity Antwerpen, The Return to Migration: Investigating the Consequences of Return Migration in Andean Ecuador.
 
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Alamá-Sabater, Luisa, and Maite Alguacil Marí, Universitat Jaume I of Castellon, New patterns in the location choice of immigrants in Spain.
 
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Artal-Tur, Andres, Technical University of Cartagena and University of Valencia , Geography and the trade-migration nexus: historical country ties, profile of migrants and social integration effects.
 
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Avramovich, Maria Cecilia, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, The Welfare Implications of Cartel Network Design.
 
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Batsaikhan, Mongoljin, An Honest Day’s Pay: Entrepreneurs Out-cooperate Students in the Lab, More Cooperative Entrepreneurs Outcompete their Fellows in Business.
 
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Biagetti, Marco, Agency for Territorial Cohesion, and Alberto Bagnai, Real Exchange Rate Misalignments and Productivity Growth
 
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Bucacos, Elizabeth, Banco Central Uruguay, Financial conditions and monetary policy in Uruguay: an MS-VAR approach.
 
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Caram, Santiago, University of CEMA, Welfare loss of exchange rate controls: The case of Argentina.
 
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Cuadros, Ana, Universitat Jaume I of Castellon, and Joan Martín-Montaner, Jordi Paniagua, Migration and FDI: The Role of Job Heterogeneity.
 
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De Santis, Mariana, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and Cecilia Gáname, Pedro Moncarz, Career path of graduates at The School of Economic Sciences of The National University of Cordoba: an approach through the quality of job. The case of graduates in 2016.
 
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Elsas, Alexander, Goethe University Frankfurt, and Caro Wondrak, Consequences of digitalization for the labor markets.
 
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Fichet de Clairfontaine, Aurélien, Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien, Dynamics of the trade balance: In search of the J-curve with a structural gravity equation.
 
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Florensa, Luis Marcelo, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and María Luisa Recalde, Interdependence of Preferential Trade Agreements in Latin America.
 
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Garcia Pires, Armando Jose, Norwegian School of Economics, and Lars Ivar Oppedal Berge, Gender and Entrepreneurial Success: Evidence from a Field Experiment.
 
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Hirsch, Cornelius, WIFO-Austrian Institute for Economic Research, and Harald Oberhofer, Bilateral Trade Agreements and Distortions in Agricultural Markets
 
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Jehle, Eugen, Effective Cooperation with the Countries of Latin America through Adequate Forms of Private Investment, Relevant Appropriate Training Schemes and Appropriate Fiscal Systems.
 
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Khorana, Sangeeta, University of Bournemouth, and Badri G. Narayanan, Mega-Regional Trade Agreements: Costly Distractions for Developing Countries?
 
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Mahoozi, Hosnieh, Justus-Liebig University Giessen, Growth elasticity of monetary and non- monetary poverty: an application to Iran.
 
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Martinez-Zarzoso, Inma, University of Goettingen, and Ana Leiva , The Chinese Diaspora and its Impact on China’s Bilateral Trade.
 
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Molnar, Matthias, IHS Vienna, and Thomas Davoiney, Cross-country fiscal policy spillovers and capital-skill complementarity in currency unions.
 
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Moncarz, Pedro, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Rising commodity prices and poverty in Brazil: a short-run analysis using a SAM price model.
 
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Moncarz, Pedro, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and Mariana De Santis, Cecilia Gáname, Some determinants of the early transition from university to the labor market: the case of the graduates in economic sciences in Argentina.
 
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Mutascu, Mihai, LEO University of Orléans, A time-frequency analysis of globalization and environmental degradation in France.
 
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Neder, Enrique, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and Ricardo Descalzi, Financing Fiscal Deficits. Intertemporal approach under different exchange rate regimes.
 
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Nowak-Lehmann, Felicitas, University of Goettingen , and Nathalie Desplas, Does development aid stimulate investment (in recipient countries)?
 
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Nunez-Rocha, Thais, University of Orleans, and Camelia Turcu, Are we regulating the cause or the consequence? Trade in natural resources.
 
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Peluffo Geronazzo, Adriana, Universidad de la Republica Uruguay, Does Innovation affect the Demand for Skills?
 
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Rehme, Günther, TU Darmstadt, Investment Subsidies and Redistributive Capital Income Taxation in a Neoclassical Growth Model.
 
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Rezk, Ernesto, FCE-Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Maria Victoria Catalano, On the debate over the performance of fiscal shocks and government spending multipliers' size: The experience of selected LA emerging and developing countries.
 
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Siroen, Jean-Marc, PSL Université Paris Dauphine, and Jaime Rafael Ahcar, Deep Integration. The Heterogeneity of Trade Agreements and their Impact on Bilateral Trade.
 
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Suárez, Celestino, Universitat Jaume I. Castellón, and Bojan Shimbov and Maite Alguacil, “New European” countries exporting structure and economic growth.
 
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Tondl, Gabriele, Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien, and Elizaveta Lukmanova, Macroeconomic imbalances and business cycle synchronization. Why common economic governance is imperative for the Eurozone.
 
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Zarzosa Valdivia, Fernando, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, The role of Fundamentals on the Persistence of Real Exchange Rate Misalignments in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Venezuela.
 
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Zarzosa Valdivia, Fernando, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, and Simón Lisandro Ayala, Mapping the elasticity of economic growth to financial development: A 1980 – 2012 empirical analysis for 100 countries.
 
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