Friday, 1st June

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.