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Autor/es: Méndez, Luciana ; Luciana Méndez
Número: 6
Editorial: Journal of Happiness Studies
This study analyzes the extent to which Uruguayan youth’s economic dissatisfaction drives intention to migrate by exploring those factors that can affect people’s economic satisfaction.
Autor/es: Olga Biosca, Pablo Galaso
Fecha: 2019
Número: 5
Editorial: International Journal of Public Administration
Networks of organizations involved in public policy implementation require strong interaction, concerted action and high degrees of collaboration to be effective.
Autor/es: Leonel Muinelo-Gallo, Joana Urraburu Bordon , Pablo Castro Scavone
Fecha: 2019
Número: 4
Editorial: Revista de la CEPAL N° 129
En este artículo se analiza el rol de las transferencias intergubernamentales a partir de un análisis empírico aplicado a un grupo de regiones (departamentos) del Uruguay durante el período 2006-2014.
Fecha: 2019
Número: 3
Editorial: Education Economics
This paper examines whether opportunity of access to public university has improved over the period 2008–2013 in Uruguay;
Autor/es: Silvia Altmark, Karina Larruina, Gabriela Mordecki
Fecha: 2019
Número: 2
Editorial: Revista Transitare
In this paper, we analyze Uruguayans living abroad that visit Uruguay for their holidays, what in the literature is called Nostalgic tourism or Visiting friends and relatives (VFR) tourism.
Autor/es: Gabriela Mordecki, Ana Leiva, Nathalie Desplas
Fecha: 2019
Número: 1
Editorial: Revista Brasileira de Pesquisa em Turismo:
The main objective of this paper is to estimate the tourism demand for Mexico and Uruguay, two very different countries, but for both of which tourism is an important activity, and mainly originating from a large neighbor.
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: Management Research. Vol 17. N°4.
This paper aims to analyze the relationship between inter-firm collaboration network and the type of innovation strategies that can be followed by firms: buy or make innovation. In particular, the authors seek to analyze which are the network topologies that facilitate firms following a buy innovation strategy compared to those network properties that encourage internal R&D activities.
Autor/es: Guillermo Lezama, Henry Willebald
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: The review of income and wealth
We propose different alternatives of inequality estimation for economies with a big agricultural sector where land is a decisive factor in income generation and where we do not have enough information about personal earnings.
Autor/es: Dean, Andrés
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: Journal of Comparative Economics
Autor/es: Willebald, Henry ; Miguel Martín-Retortillo, Vicente Pinilla, Jackeline Velazco.
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: Journal of Latin American Studies
Este artículo es el primero en ofrecer una estimación cuantitativa de la evolución de la producción y productividad agrícola latinoamericana entre 1950 y 2008.
Autor/es: Galaso, Pablo; David E. Andersson, Patricio Sáiz
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: Industry and Innovation
This article aims to analyse and compare the patent collaboration networks of Spain and Sweden during the Second Industrial Revolution, a key period for technological and industrial development in several economies and the distinct development paths taken by these two countries.
Autor/es: Carriquiry, Miguel; Elobeid, Amani; Dumortier, Jerome; Goodrich, Ryan
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: Applied Economic Perspectives and Policy
Autor/es: Vigorito, Andrea ; Bucheli, Marisa
Fecha: 2019
Editorial: World Development
This article provides evidence for Uruguay on the impact of union dissolution (divorce and separation) on a wide set of maternal and household well-being outcomes, based on two waves of a longitudinal study that follows up children that were first graders at public primary schools in 2004.
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: REVISTA DE ESTUDIOS REGIONALES
This article proposes an analytical framework to study local development as a socio-territorial project based on local social capital. Grounded on local endogenous development literature, social capital theories and social network analysis methodologies, the article proposes three hypotheses describing inter-organisational network properties required for the construction of a socio-territorial development project
Autor/es: Muinelo, Leonel; Roca-Sagalés, Oriol; Kyriacou, Andreas
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: Transport Policy
In this article we analyze the efficiency of total transport investment in a sample of 34 countries over the period 1996 to 2010. We do so by way of Data Envelopment Analysis that evaluates countries according to their ability to achieve the maximum attainable infrastructure quantity and usage for a given investment volume.
Autor/es: Lanzilotta, Bibiana; Méndez, Luciana ; Brida, J.G.
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: Cuadernos de Economía
This paper studies the long-run relationship between income inequality and economic growth in Uruguay, a high income Latin American country. Cointegration techniques are applied by using nonparametric tests and data for the period 1986 to 2014.
Autor/es: Galaso, Pablo; Ángeles Sánchez Díez, Sofía García Gámez y Cesar Olivas
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: Revista de Economía Mundial
Este artículo estudia los determinantes de la Inversión Extranjera Directa (IED) en América Latina desde una perspectiva novedosa.
Autor/es: Castro, Pablo
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: Revista Uruguaya de Historia Económica, Año VIII,N°13, Agosto
El principal objetivo de este artículo es estudiar el proceso de difusión del tractor en Uruguay, atendiendo a su expresión regional. Para ello, se propone construir un indicador de la mecanización agraria de los 19 departamentos de Uruguay en el largo plazo (1908-2010).
Autor/es: Willebald, Henry ; Badia-Miró , Marc; Nicolini, Esteban
Fecha: 2018
Editorial: Journal of Interdisciplinary History, Vol. 49 Issue 01 Summer
Most of the regional inequality in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay stems from differences within the countries rather than from disparities across them.
Autor/es: Lanzilotta, Bibiana; Brida, Juan Gabriel; Moreno, Leonardo; Santiñaque, Florencia
Editorial: Tourism Management
This study contributes to the literature on the determinants of tourism spending on cruises at a microeconomic level, through the application of innovative methodologies framed within the machine learning literature. The objective is to study the distribution of the total expenditure of cruise passengers in Uruguay, using data of the 2016–2017 cruise season survey (collected by the Ministry of Tourism of Uruguay). Due to the nature of this variable, we implement a two stages modeling strategy. In the first stage, we model the probability of spending, and in the second, the strictly positive spending. The paper analyze the distribution of conditional expenditure to a set of sociodemographic, travel, contextual and satisfaction variables applying non-linear regression techniques with Lasso penalty and nonparametric techniques such as Random Forest. The empirical results show that the key variables that determine the average spending of cruise tourists are their residence and the port of arrival of the cruise. The analysis of the predictive performance of the models (applied through a training sample and a test sample) shows that Random Forest method has the greater predictive capacity. Finally, the importance variable is analyzed by Random Forest.
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