Program

Program 

Wednesday, 30th May

Reception at “Hospital San Juande Dios”, Plaza San Juan de Dios, 2.
18:00 h. to 19:00 h. Registration.
19:00 h. Opening ceremony.
19:30 h. Inaugural Conference by Excmo. Mr. Luis de Guindos Jury, Minister of Economy and Competitiveness, Government of Spain.

Thursday, 31st May

Second floor, C-4 Building, Lagunillas Campus.

08:30 h.-Registration.

09:00 h. to 10:30 h. Parallel Sessions.

 

Room 1. Internationalization of the food industry

Coordinated by: Juan Ramón Lanzas Molina.

 

  • Food safety and international economy: a factor of collaboration between food companies. José Ruiz Chico and Mercedes Jiménez García.
  • Analysis of agro-business from the perspective of firm management: the case of Uruguay. Pedro Arbeletche Favat and José Luis Cividanes Hernández .
  • Policies in the trade of the Venezuelan agricultural sector at the beginning of 21st century. María Guerra, Alexis López and Norma Boersner.
  • Evolution of the regulation of international agricultural trade. Andrea Caviedes Conde and Miguel Ángel Díaz Mier.

 

Room 2. Trade and Investment

Coordinated by: Julio Sequeiros Tizón.

  • Multilatins Investments in the EU: relevance and significance of the process. Fernando Alonso Guinea and Julio Revuelta López.
  • Institutions and economic model of the country of origin of multinationals as determinants factors of global corporate social responsibility. Nuria Bajo Davó and Juan José Durán Herrera.
  • Foreign direct investment and the multinational companies in the global crisis. Juan José Durán Herrera.
  • ·      Effects of emerging economies on trade and capital flows. Dora Argentina Cabezas Elizondo, Renato Francisco González Sánchez, Dayna Priscila Saldaña Zepeda and Carmen Silvia González García.

 

Room 3. Environment

Coordinated by: Francisca Jiménez Jiménez.

 

  • Sustainability of the use of water: environmental tax and pollution prevention. Isabel María Román Sánchez, Luis Belmonte Ureña, Domingo  Bonilla Muñoz and José Antonio Sánchez Pérez.
  • Kyoto’s Protocole and its implementation: cases of Spain, Germany, France and Italy. Yolanda Fernández Fernández, Blanca Olmedillas Blanco, Mª Ángeles Fernández López and David González Hernández
  • Is there convergence on environmental taxation in the EU-15?. E. Villar Rubio, J.M Quesada Rubio and P.E Barrilao González

 

 

 

Room 4. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández.

 

  • A gender perspective on development agenda and aid effectiveness. Idoye Zabala Errazt and  María José Martínez Herrero.
  • The Measurement of welfare in the regions of Chile in 2007. José Antonio Rodríguez Martín.
  • Good living and/or development? Development cooperation implications in Ecuador. C. Unai Villalba Egiluz.
  • Nicaragua and the present financial crisis: effect and reaction in the fight against poverty. Oscar-Rene Vargas and Lupe García.

 

Room 7. Labour and Migration

Coordinated by: María Isabel Heredero de Pablos.

 

  • Characteristics and determinants of recent changes in the migration of Mexican workers to the USA. Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota.
  • Global crisis and its impact on the labor market in the south and north borders of Mexico. Jorge López Arévalo, Óscar Peláez Hereros and Emmanuel Arrazola Ovando.
  • Assessing the pros and cons of internationalization of rural communities through migration. Case studies in southeastern Mexico. María de Jesús Santiago Cruz.
  • Crisis in the rural sector and Mexican migration. Emmanuel Arrazola Ovando and Jorge López Arévalo.

 

Room 8. Crisis and Governance

     Coordinated by: Francesc Granell Trias.

 

  • Debt crisis and new economic governance: a conservative alternative to the European economic government. Francisco Rodríguez Ortiz.
  • The role of bank’s  corporate governance in the financial crisis: impact of globalization and changes in the environment. Juan Antonio Azkunaga Elgezabal, Leire San-Jose Ruiz and Sarah Urionabarrenetxea Zabalandikoetxea Agirre.
  • Fiscal policies coordination and the economic cycle. Juan Antonio Cerón Cruz.
  • ·      The wealth and credit in the eurozone: an analysis of the impact on consumption in a context of crisis. Vicente Menezes Ferreira Junior and Óscar Rodil Marzábal.

 

10:30 h. Coffee Break.

11:00 h. to 12:00 h. Parallel Sessions.

 

Room 1. Innovation and technological change

Coordinated by: Ramón Sánchez Tabarés.

 

  • The future of innovation in emerging countries. Technological capabilities in China. María Guadalupe Calderón Martínez and Joaquín Flores Paredes.
  • The global energy crisis, Mexico’s position in the world. Julieta Evangelina Sánchez Cano.
  • Determinants of productivity in the Spanish equipment industry. Ignacio Álvarez Peralta, Carlos Gutiérrez Calderón and Lucía Vicent Valverde.

  

Room 2. Trade and investment

Coordinated by: Marta Fernández Redondo.

  • Dynamic exports with slow growth. Gerardo Fujii Gambero, Wilmar Ascárraga Cejas and Rosario Cervantes Martínez
  • The place of Mexico in the world. Federico Novelo Urdanivia and Rolando Cordera Campos.
  • Structure and recomposition of the world automotive industry. Opportunities and perspectives for Mexico. Rodolfo Basurto Álvarez and Guadalupe García de León Peñuñuri

Room 3. Environment

Coordinated by: María de la O Barroso González.

  • Internationalization, crisis and sustainability: Opportunities to reinforce corporate social responsibility strategies. Rosa María Fernández Martín and M. Fátima de la Fuente del Moral
  • Environmental implications of the installation of wind farms: Analysis and economic policy in different countries producers. Rosa María Regueiro Ferreira, Xoán Ramón Doldán García and María Luisa Chas Amil.
  • Achieving sustainability in times of economic recession: role of bioeconomics and the economics of the third way. Mansour  Mohammadian and Concepción Martínez Alcalá

Room 4. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Carlos Berzosa Alonso-Martínez.

 

  • Regional convergence in Spain: sectoral analysis and determinants factors, 1980-2003. Antonio Rafael Peña Sánchez and Mercedes Jiménez García.
  • Structural Similarities between economies with different levels of development: comparative input-output for Argentina and Chile versus other economies. Sergio Soza Amigo.
  • Andalusia – North of Morocco: Territorial cooperation. Juan Carlos Rodríguez Cohard, Javier Alfonso Gil and Antonio Vázquez Barquero.

 

Room 8. Crisis and Governance

Coordinated by: José Antonio Nieto Solís.

  • The global crisis and its political consequences: social construction models in fight. Javier Martínez Contreras.
  • Social Welfare Policy: expansion vs. restriction against the global crisis in developed countries. Joaquín Flores Paredes, María Guadalupe Calderón Martínez and Gerardo Sánchez Ambríz.
  • Reform in the deposit insurance system after the financial crisis. Pilar Gómez Fernández-Aguado, Antonio Partal Ureña and José Hueso Garrido.

12:00 h. to 14:00 h. Exhibition of posters.
14:00 h. Work Lunch.

  16:00 h. to 17:30 h. Parallel Sessions.

 

Room 1. Innovation and technological change

Coordinated by: María Teresa Aceituno Pérez.

  • Determinant factors of outward FDI: a process of cumulative capabilities. Celia Torrecillas and Isabel Álvarez.
  • Cross national tecnhnology convergence. An empirical analysis for the Period 2000-2010. Ewa Lechman.
  • Characterizing the evolution of the EU-US R & D intensity gap using data from top R & D performers. J. Stančík and Federico Biagi.

Room 2. Trade and investment

Coordinated by: José Antonio Rodríguez Martín.

  • The European Union (EU-27) and the challenge of its energy independence. Risk management and security of supply. The 2020-2030 perspective. Fernando de Llano Paz
  • Oil dependence and effects of oil shocks in Spain. Marta Fernández Redondo and Julio Herrera Revuelta.
  • Interpreting the development of refining and petrochemical industries in East Asia: Productive capacities and external relations. Clara García and Enrique Palazuelos.
  • International trade, commodities and Dutch disease: comparative study of Chile and Norway. José Manuel García de la Cruz, Ángeles Sánchez Díez and Ana del Sur.

Room 3. Integration

Coordinated by: Enrique Bernal Jurado.

  • The spillover effect in the evolution of the economic governance of the eurozone. Montserrat Millet Soler and Patricia García-Duran Huet.
  • European identity and integration in a globalized economic world. Manuel Javier Delgado Martínez..
  • The trans-European transport network and the Mediterranean corridor. César Muñoz Martínez.
  • Fiscal harmonization in the European Union. Eduardo Cuenca García, Margarita Navarro Pabsdorf, Antonio Mihi Ramírez and Pedro E. Barrilao González.

Room 4. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Javier Martínez Peinado.

  • South Arabia: changes in the energetic structure of the rentier oil model. Amir Goodarz and Enrique Palazuelos.
  • Rentier economies and oil national companies in Africa. Andrés Campos Revuelta.
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Being “. Arica and Magellan: The economic invisibility of the end regions of Chile. (2006-2012). Loreto Correa Vera and Sergio Soza Amigo.
  • Aid for trade in Latin America: main trends and results. Fernando Rueda Junquera and Mariola Gozalo Delgado.

Room 7. Labour and Migration

Coordinated by: María Isabel Ortega Díaz.

  • Global financial crisis impacto on the Mexican Retirement Saving System (SAR) in Mexico 2008 -2011. Juan Ramón Lecuona Valenzuela and Lilianne Isabel Pavón Cuéllar.
  • European labour policy dilemma faced to the Great Depression. Santos M. Ruesga, Julimar da Silva Bichara and Manuel Pérez Trujillo.
  • Internationalization of Venezuelan companies: implications for its labour market. Ana Emilia Cordero Borjas.
  • Internal flexibility in collective bargaining. Santos M. Ruesga, Julimar da Silva Bichara, Laura Pérez Ortiz and Manuel Pérez Trujillo.
  • The impact of social and demographic change on the demand. Milagros Dones Tacero y M .Isabel Heredero de Pablos.

Room 8. Crisis and Governance

Coordinated by: Juan Carlos Rodríguez Cohard.

 

  • ·      Is it possible to overcome the economic crisis maintaining the welfare state? Lessons to learn from the experience in Finland during the 90’s. M. Fátima de la Fuente del Moral and Rosa María Fernández Martín.
  • Entrepreneurship and economic growth enhancing factors. Miguel Ángel Galindo Martín and María Teresa Méndez Picazo.
  • Automotive industry: International crisis and domestic repercussions for Spain. Pablo Martín Urbano, Juan Ignacio Sánchez Gutiérrez and Aurora Ruiz Rúa
  • The impact of U.S. fiscal deficit reduction on Mexican exports. A structural analysis of the last stage of the global crisis. Julieta Martínez Cuero and Roberto Fernando García Ramírez.

17:30 h. Coffee Break.
18:00 h. Ordinary General Assembly of SEM (18:00, 1st conv., 18:30, 2nd conv.).
21:30 h. Dinner and presentation of V Prize “José Luis Sampedro”.

Friday, 1st June

Second floor, C-4 Building, Lagunillas Campus.

09:00 h. to 10:30 h. Parallel Sessions

 

Room 1. Internationalization of the food industry

Coordinated by: Juan Ramón Lanzas Molina.

  • Factors of change in the international wine trade in times of crisis. Mª Cruz Navarro Pérez and Emilio Barco Royo.
  • The competitiveness of Spanish wine exports and world market. Francisco J. Medina Albaladejo and José M. Martínez Carrión.
  • Implications of the PAC 2014-2020 for the olive oil sector. Juan Vilar Hernández and Raquel Puentes Poyatos.
  • Adaptation of Spanish exports of olive oil to the world demand. Encarnación Moral Pajares, Juan Ramón Lanzas Molina and Pedro Jesús Cuadros Solas.

 

Room 2. Trade and investment

Coordinated by: Miguel Ángel Díaz Mier

  • Spanish port competitiveness: Port system response to the economic crisis. Fernando González Laxe and Isabel Novo Corti.
  • Crisis and structural asymmetries in the EU: the case of Germany and Spain. Manuel Gracia Santos.
  • Productivity and structural position in the Spanish capital goods. Fernando Luengo Escalonilla, Manuel Gracia Santos and Lucía Vicent Valverde.
  • International position and the knowledge intensive services dynamic in Spain. Marta Muñoz Guarasa and Encarnación Moral Pajares.
  • Spanish economic competitiveness through external trade: from a growth period to the economic crisis. José Ignacio Belda Álvarez.

Room 3. Integration

Coordinated by: María Ángeles Rodríguez Santos.

  • A common tourism policy? The opinion of experts and tourists. Mercedes Jiménez García and José Ruiz Chico.
  • Trade in intermediate goods and regional production networks. An application for Latin America. Luis Marcelo Florensa, Laura Márquez-Ramos, Inmaculada Martínez-Zarzoso and María Luisa Recalde.
  • Inter-regional Trade of Venezuela in the last decade. Alexis López, María Guerr and Norma Boersner.

Room 4. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Francisco Montijano Guardia.

  • Global crisis, fiscal volatility and growth. Venezuela, 1998 – 2010. Carlos Peña Parra.
  • Shopping soft power: bubble effects and herd effects in Spanish aid (2005-2008). Iliana Olivié, Rafael Domínguez and Borja López Noval
  • Economic growth and structural change: a review of Kuznets stylized facts. Tomás Gutiérrez Barbarrusa and Jorge Malfeito Gaviro.
  • Aid & innovation: a boost to the effectiveness of aid. Ainoa Quiñones Montellano and Sergio Tezanos Vázquez.

Room 8. Crisis and Governance

Coordinated by: Eduardo Cuenca García.

  • The new governance in the financial sector of the global economy. Leonardo Federico Manchón Cohan.
  • Evolution of the Spanish and Italian banking in financial world crisis. Máximo Santos Miranda and Antonia Calvo Hornero.
  • The European Central Bank role on the global crisis: appropriate measures? Vicente Menezes Ferreira Junior and Óscar Rodil Marzábal.
  • Effects of banking and stock market development on economic growth in Asia and Latin America: why so different? Miguel Ángel Tinoco-Zermeño, Víctor Hugo Torres- Preciado and Dora Argentina Elizondo.

10:30 h. Coffee Break.

11:00 h. to 12:30 h. Parallel sessions.

 

Room 1. Trade and investment

Coordinated by: Marta Muñoz Guarasa.

  • The International Crisis of the economy and tourism in Mexico: impacts and alternatives for the beach touristics destinations. Angélica Montaño Armendáriz, Juan Carlos Pérez and Verónica de la O Burrola.
  • Foreign exchange generation and tax collection capacity as determining factors in the relationship between tourism growth and economic development. Pablo Juan Cárdenas García and Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández.
  • Tourism funding by international financial institutions. A critical analysis. Isabel Carrillo Hidalgo and Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández.
  • International tourism demand. Half a century of evolution. David Flores Ruiz, María de la O Barroso González and Juan Ignacio Pulido Fernández.

 

Room 2. Trade and investment

Coordinated by: Francisco Alcalá Olid.

  • Impact of free trade agreements on MENA countries. María Dolores Parra Robles, Inmaculada Martínez Zarzoso and Celestino Suárez Burguet.
  • Main challenges and opportunities of the international financial crisis in order to conclude the Doha Round. Elena Casado García-Hirschfeld, Ana Fernández-Ardavín Martínez and María Ángeles Rodríguez Santos.
  • Strategies evolution in  internationalization of manufacture family business. Pilar Castro González, Horacio Molina Sánchez and Jesús N. Ramírez Sobrino.
  • Relevant cultural factors’s model related to international commerce. Juan Fernández de Navarrete González Valerio.
  • Competitive behavior and specialization of the Andalusian in the period 1999-2009. Arturo Gutiérrez Fernández and Macarena Pérez Suarez.

Room 3. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Francisco Montijano Guardia.

  • Does corruption hinder development? Bienvenido Ortega Aguaza, Antonio Casquero Tomás and Jesús Sanjuán Solís.
  • Potential effects of the Association Agreement with the European Union on  Central America development. Eduardo Bidaurratzaga and Patxi Zabalo.
  • Territorial impacts of globalization: Colombia in Latin American perspective. Edgard Moncayo Jiménez.

Room 4. Development and cooperation

Coordinated by: Antonio Martín Mesa.

  • Altruism or interest? The role of immigration flow in the geographical allocation of Spanish official development assistance. Sergio Tezanos Vázquez and David Gutierrez Sobrao.
  • Egalitarian aid. The impact of aid on Latin America inequality. Mariano González Sánchez and José María Larrú Ramos.
  • The contribution of development education and global citizenship to policy coherence for development. Towards an econometric model. Antonio M. Sianes, María Rosa Cordón and María Luz Ortega Carpio.
  • Economic Fluctuations and child mortality. Salvador Pérez Moreno, Elena Bárcena Martín and María del Carmen Blanco Arana

12:30 h. Plenary Lecture: “Lessons (not) learned in the crisis” by Prof. Dr. Mr.  Juan Tugores Ques, Professor of Economics, University of Barcelona.
14:00 h. Closing ceremony.
14:30 h. Farewell lunch.