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Instituto de Estudios sobre Desarrollo y Cooperación Internacional

Nazioarteko Lankidetza eta Garapenari Buruzko Ikasketa Institutua

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PAPELES DE RELACIONES ECOSOCIALES Y CAMBIO GLOBAL

2017, Nº 140
  • Capitalismo, precarización e inseguridad social
  • El colapso energético de Cuba de los años 90
  • Tiempos de precariedad. Una mirada multidimensional a la cuestión precaria
  • La precarización en su contexto: desarrollo y crisis del régimen de empleo en España.
  • Un turismo sostenido por la precariedad laboral
  • La precariedad del trabajo académico en la Universidad
  • La metamorfosis del trabajo retos para la acción sindical
  • Nuevos indicios de laboralidad en la economía de plataformas virtuales. (Gig economy)
  • Objetivo de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS): una revisión crítica
  • Respuestas antes el negacionismo climático
  • Mina de Uranio de Salamanca, un conflicto socioecológico que continúa.
  • Diálogo entre David Cassasas y Eduardo Garzón sobre la renta básica y el empleo garantizado
  • Entrevista a Paco Puche sobre la enfermedad, el cuerpo, la vida y la muerte; "La muerte es un retorno a Madre Tierra para seguir vivos.
  • Entrevista a Guy Standing; "Los nuevos avances de la tecnológicos están agravando las desigualdades económicas y fortalecimiento el capitalismo rentista"

ESTUDIOS ECONOMICOS, Boletín de

2018, Vol. 36-1
  • Prologo
  • Retos futuros en Economía Aplicada: Presentación del número monográfico dedicado a conmemorar los 25 años de la Revista Estudios de Economía Aplicada
  • Hacia una nueva Economía Aplicada
  • La Ciencia Economica ante los desafios de la sociedad: Claves y propuestas
  • Economía conductual, irracionalidad y incertidumbre en la Unión Europea
  • Cognitive Multiple Criteria Decision Making and the Legacy of the Analytic Hierarchy Process
  • Geostatics: Unde venis et quo vadis?
  • Some Issue on the Concept of Causality in Spatial Econometric Models
  • Measuring Spatial Price Level Differences within a Country: Current Status and Future Developments
  • Comparison of GDP Over Time and Across Space: The State of the Art
  • Multi-Winner Voting
  • Some Risk Analysis Problems in Cyber Insurance Economics
  • Lo social en el futuro de la economía aplicada: Una aportación sociocibernética -Future Risk Analysis for Bank Investments using PROMETHEE
  • Forecasting Spanish GDPs with Spectral Analysis
  • Ucertainty and Business Cycle: A Review of the Literature And Some Evidence from the Spanish Economy
  • Does Illiquidity Matter? An Errors-in-Variables Perspective
  • Baryonic Beta Dynamics: An Econophysical Model of Systematic Risk
  • The Rise and Prospect of China's Economy
  • The effectiveness of the Fed's Quantitative Easing Policy - A Survey the Econometrics
  • Modelos de comportamiento ambiental en economía ecológica: Una revisión bibliográfica
  • La Républica en el Análisis Económico Aplicado

ECOLOGIA POLITICA: CUADERNOS DE DEBATE INTERNACIONAL

201725, Nº 54
ECOFEMINISMOS Y ECOLOGÍAS POLÍTICAS FEMINISTAS
  • Colonialidad de la naturaleza y de la mujer frente a un planeta que se agota Helena Katherina Nogales
  • Epistemología feminista y conocimientos desde el Sur global Laura Pérez Prieto
  • Ecofeminismos: Apuntes sobre la dominación gemela de mujeres y naturaleza Amaranta Herrero
  • El ecofeminismo como propulsor de la expansión de la racionalidad ambiental Luisa de Pinho Valle
  • De la teología al anti extractivismo: Ecofeminismos en Abya Yala LaDanta LasCanta
  • Cartografías ecosóficas y situadas. Hacia una justicia zoe-centrada y feminista Mónica Cano Abadía
  • Ecologías políticas feministas: perspectivas situadas y abordajes emergentes Rebecca Elmhirst
  • Extractivismo: expresión continua del sistema capitalista-colonial- patriarcal María del Rosario Ayala Carrillo, Emma Zapata Martelo y Ramón Cortés Cortés
  • (Re)patriarcalización de los territorios. La lucha de las mujeres y los megaproyectos extractivos Colectivo Miradas Críticas del Territorio desde el Feminismo
  • Ecofeminismo en Rojava: hacia la construcción de un modelo alternativo de desarrollo económico en el territorio sirio del Kurdistán Erika S. Aguilar Silva
  • Megaminería en el país de los derechos de la naturaleza: conflictividad, salud colectiva y daño psicosocial en mujeres María Fernanda Soliz
  • Eco-feminizar el territorio. La ética del cuidado como estrategia frente a la violencia extractivista entre las Mujeres de Zonas de Sacrificio en Resistencia (Zona central, Chile) Paola Bolados et al.
  • El rol de las mujeres en la defensa del río Uruguay. Una historia de dos orillasDaiana Melón y Florencia Yanniello
  • “Nunca más un México sin nosotras”. La participación de las mujeres en el proyecto político del Congreso Nacional Indígena Amiel Aketzali Moreno Reyes
  • Tzk´at. Red de Sanadoras Ancestrales del Feminismo Comunitario desde Iximulew-Guatemala Lorena Cabnal
  • Mujeres hacia la soberanía alimentaria. La experiencia de la Granja Agroecológica La Verdecita Patricia Agosto
  • Conexiones entre la crisis ecológica y la crisis de los cuidados. Entrevista a Yayo Herrero López Amaranta Herrero
  • La resistencia ecofeminista en África: Conversando con Samantha Hargreaves, de WoMin Camila Rolando Mazzuca
  • Diálogos entre el feminismo y la ecología desde una perspectiva centrada en la reproducción de la vida. Entrevista a Silvia Federici Mina Lorena Navarro y Raquel Gutiérrez Aguilar

ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS. Advisory Reports

2017, Nº 105
  • Is the Eurozone stormproof? On deepening and strengthening The EMU.

TIEMPO DE PAZ

2017, Nº 126
DEFENSORAS Y DEFENSORES DE DERECHOS HUMANOS
  • El marco jurídico internacional.Héctor Faúndez Ledesma
  • El peligro de defender derechos.Jaime Vidal Melero
  • Mecanismos nacionales e internacionales de protección.Francisco Segovia
  • ¿Quien persigue a los defensores de los Derechos Humanos?.Juan Ignacio Montanos y Antonio Camara
  • Estados frágiles, empresas y defensores de derechos humanos en Honduras:Berta Cáceres.Ana Manero Salvador
  • Mujeres defensoras en América Latina:por una vida que merece ser vivida.Penélope BerlamasOrqui y Jimena Montes Román
  • Defendiendo la dignidad humana en el otro lado del Mediterráneo.Yvan Sagnet y de la red NOCap.Diego Battistesa
  • Mujeres indígenas defensoras de DD:HH: en el contexto mexicano: Entrevista con Silvia Dalí Ángel Pérez.Adriana Sánchez Lizama
  • Criminalización de la defensa de los derechos humanos. Sofía Duyos

ECONOMÍA MUNDIAL, Revista de

2017, Nº 47
  • Analizando la eficacia de las organizaciones financieras internacionales. Judith Clifton, Daniel Díaz-Fuentes y Ana Lara Gómez Peña
  • Assessment of Socio-Economic Development through Country Classifications: A Cluster Analysis of the Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) and the European Union (EU). Rogelio Madrueño Aguilar
  • El metabolismo de la economía china. Una visión del desarrollo desde la Economía ecológica. Elena Pérez Lagüela
  • Evaluating impacts of University Cooperation for Development from the Voice of the South. María José Vázquez de Francisco, Mercedes Torres Jiménez, Pedro Caldentey del Pozo, Olexandr Nekhay
  • Crecimiento económico, pobreza y desigualdad: Un análisis de eficiencia para américa latina en el siglo XXI.Alfonso Expósito, José Fernández-Serrano y Francisco Velasco
  • Foreign Trade of Capital Goods in the United States: A Persistent Deterioration. Julio Goicoechea
  • A DEA-based Evaluation of Latin America and the Caribbean Agricultural Environmental Performance under the Assumption of Natural and Managerial Efficiency. Teresa Sanz-Diaz, Francisco Velasco-Morente, Juan Javier Moreno-Moreno and Carlos Ludena
  • La movilidad geográfica laboral interior: un mecanismo para combatir el desempleo. Manuela Prieto Rodríguez
  • Assessing MDG 6 in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Territorial Analysis Using a Synthetic Indicator. José Antonio Rodríguez Martín, José María Martín Martín and José Antonio Salinas Fernández
  • Theories and Methods of Regional Integration and Free Trade Agreements. Joan Miguel Tejedor Estupiñán

ECOLOGISTA

2017, Nº 94
MINAS EL BOOM DE PROYECTOS MINEROS
  • Una mina de Litio a las puertas de Cáceres. Carmen Sánchez
  • Un exalto cargo de la Junta al frente de la mina de Abenójar. Ecologistas en Acción Ciudad Real
  • Sobre la ley de Minas de 1937
  • Euroextractivismo. Nuevas prácticas mineras.
  • El boom de la minería en España
  • El desastre de Mariana. Martin Mantxo
  • Ecologismo contra la desigualdad.Lola Illescas Luis Rico y Paco Segura

REFUGEE STUDIES, Journal of

2017, Vol. 30, Nº 4
  • Refugees’ ‘Journeys of Trust’: Creating an Analytical Framework to Examine Refugees’ Exilic Journeys with a Focus on Trust Eveliina Lyytinen
  • The Interconnection between Acculturation and Subjective and Social Wellbeing among Refugee Youth in Australia Zachary E Buchanan; Hisham M Abu-Rayya; Emiko Kashima; Susan J. Paxton
  • Refugee Youth in Sweden Who Arrived as Unaccompanied Minors and Separated Children Aycan Çelikaksoy; Eskil Wadensjö
  • Urban Resettlement in Colombo from a Wellbeing Perspective: Does Development-Forced Resettlement Lead to Improved Wellbeing? Dhammika Herath; R W D Lakshman; A Ekanayake
  • Being a Refugee University Student: A Collaborative Auto-ethnography R Student; Kathleen Kendall; Lawrence Day
  • The Politics of Food and Hospitality: How Syrian Refugees in Belgium Create a Home in Hostile Environments Robin Vandevoordt
  • Refugees, Regionalism and Responsibility. By Penelope Mathew & Tristan Harley Jean-Pierre Gauci
  • The Concept of Climate Migration. By Benoît Mayer Yvonne Su
  • Fleeing Homophobia: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Asylum. By Thomas Spijkerboer (ed) Diego García Rodríguez
  • Troubled Transit: Asylum Seekers Stuck in Indonesia. By Antje Missbach Vannessa Hearman
  • The New Humanitarians in International Practice: emerging actors and contested principles. By Zeynep Sezgin & Dennis Dijkzeul (eds) Tahir Zaman
  • Refugees in Extended Exile: Living on the Edge. By Jennifer Hyndman and Winona Giles Jeff Crisp
  • Refugee Resettlement in the United States: Language, Policy, Pedagogy. By Emily Feuerherm & Vaidehi Ramanathan (eds) Jacqueline N Ridley
  • South-South Education Migration, Humanitarianism and Development: Views from the Caribbean, North Africa and the Middle East. By Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh Juliet Millican
  • The Law of Refugee Status, second edition. By James C. Hathaway and Michelle Foster Robert F Barsky

COMMUNICATION RESEARCH TRENDS

2017, Nº 4
  • Communication in Sports Teams A Review

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH, The

2018, Vol. 30, Nº 1
  • Frugal Innovation and Development Research André Leliveld, Peter Knorringa
  • Cannibalizing the Informal Economy: Frugal Innovation and Economic Inclusion in Africa Kate Meagher
  • Frugal Innovation Through a Gender Lens: Towards an Analytical Framework Saskia Vossenberg
  • The Developmental Potential of Frugal Innovation among Mobile Money Agents in Kitwe, Zambia Iva Peša
  • Frugal Innovations and Actor–Network Theory: A Case of Bamboo Shoots Processing in Manipur, India Wairokpam Premi Devi, Hemant Kumar
  • Frugal Innovations in Technological and Institutional Infrastructure: Impact of Mobile Phone Technology on Productivity, Public Service Provision and Inclusiveness Monica A. Altamirano, Cees P. van Beers
  • A Quantitative Approach to Innovation in Agricultural Value Chains: Evidence from Kenyan Horticulture Aarti Krishnan, Chistopher Foster
  • Does Frugal Innovation Enable Sustainable Development? A Systematic Literature Review Eugenia Rosca, Jack Reedy, Julia C. Bendul
  • Democracy in the Woods: Environmental Conservation and Social Justice in India, Tanzania, and Mexico Matthew S. Winters
  • Finnish Water Services – Experiences in Global Perspective Klaas Schwartz
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BRETTON WOODS OBSERVER

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El Boletín Bretton Woods es una publicación trimestral enfocado en iniciativas del Banco Mundial y el FMI, las tendencias políticas mas controvertidas, proyectos y debates. El proyecto Bretton Woods trabaja como facilitador de redes, proveedor de información, informante a la prensa y en labores para escrutar e influenciar al Banco Mundial y Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI). Disponible a texto completo aquí.

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  • Throwing evidence to the wind? The World Bank continues pushing PPPs
  • World Bank support for Haitian mining: far from a gold standard.
  • Corporate bias at the World Bank Group The World Bank Group’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes.
  • Lagos public water advocates call for democracy, not World Bank-supported “enlightenment”
  • UN vote supports calls for independent debt crisis response mechanism outside the IMF.
  • Gender progress? The World Bank’s approach to new gender strategy criticized.
  • Conflicting views on direction of World Bank’s safeguards review.
  • Developing countries seek to bypass stalled IMF and World Bank reform, risking US veto
  • Greece: IMF fails to learn own “lesson on the economic impact of austerity”
2014, Nº SPRING
  • Let them eat cake! IMF the equality champion?
  • Disempowered development Violating rights in Nepal for electricity transmission
  • Global Partnership for Oceans: World Bank fishing in troubled waters?.
  • World Bank’s climate change crusade: rhetoric or reality?.
  • World Bank accused of resettlement “cultural genocide.
  • IFC funding to financial intermediaries: unfit for purpose.
2014, Nº Winter
  • IFC fails to act on human rights abuses in Honduras.
  • Leaving behind the most vulnerable: The World Bank funded conditional cash transfer programme in the Philippines.
  • Kenya evictions: foreshadowing future World Bank forest work?
  • World Bank strategy: untested innovation or more of the same?
  • IMF conditionality and its discontents.
  • IMF & gender: a long way to go. Elaine Zuckerman
2013, Nº Autumn
  • World Bank Group strategy: who benefits?
  • Alto Maipo endangers Santiago water supply: call for IFC reject funding.
  • IMF & Troika: a big, fat Greek divorce?
  • Foreclosing the future: examining 20 years of the World Bank´s environmental performance.
  • IMF gets emerging markets wrong, again.
  • Inequality: IMF fails to listen to itself.
  • World Bank energy directions: going for gas.
2013, Nº 86
  • Bank says "stars are aligned" for large infrastructure.
  • IFC financed, land grabs in Cambodia, Laos and Honduras exposed.
  • Bank´s new strategy: "deliverology" for the private sector?
  • IMF´s Greek mea culpa: Does the Fund have a future in Europe?
  • Funf backs growth: calls for cuts.
  • The Doing Business review: a test of leadership.
2013, Nº 85
  • BRICS challenge IFIs: out of the frying pan into the fire?
  • New World Bank strategy accused of being "unambitious" and "cosmetic".
  • Dr Kim. where is mongolia's economic diversification?
  • IDA 17: Back to big infrastructure, flirting with climate finance.
  • Democracy: "an enemy to the IMF"?
  • Safeguards: Bank urged to incorporate human rights commitments "in all of its activities".
2013, Nº 84
  • A forest of failures: "Negligible" sustainability in Bank's forest work.
  • Getting its hands dirty: Bank increases fossil fuel lending.
  • World Bank projects threaten Burma peace process. Khin Ohmar
  • IFC investments "rarely touch the poor".
  • The World Bank on jobs: a "significant departure" or "business as usual"?
  • IMF accused of anti-China bias.
  • The Troika setting a "default trap"?
2012, Nº 83
  • World Bank and climate change: Cloudy forecast for policy reform.
  • IMF and the Troika: three's a crowd?.
  • The IMF in Egypt: revolution or coming full circle?. Amr Adly.
  • Kim's World Bank strategy: real change or "PR exercise"?.
  • World Bank on jobs: "a race to the bottom"?.
  • The World Bank and industrial policy: Hands off or hands on?. Carlos Fortin
2012, Nº 82
  • Unearthing the IFC's links to mining abuses.
  • Bank safeguards under scrutiny.
  • World Bank making poverty worse in Kosovo. Nezir Sinani
  • World Bank's climate record in the dark.
  • IMF's "incompetence" and "failures" in Europe led to "suffering".
2012, Nº 81
  • Eurozone meltdown: IMF providing "political cover".
  • New claims of rightd abuses in World Bank-funded "land grabs".
  • IFI leaders talk jobs, but staff push labour deregulation.
  • Infrastructure as an asset class. Financing development or developing finance?
  • IFC "needs to try harder" on development.
  • Will the IMF "make history" with a new view on capital flows?
  • Access for the poor? Bank's infrastructure approach under increased scrutiny.
  • Calls for halt of Bank's climate initiatives.
2012, Nº 80
  • New World Bank president: what's on the agenda?
  • Building alternatives BRICS by BRICS
  • IFIs and labour markets: some things never change. Comment by Adhemar Mineiro, REBRIP and DIEESE
  • IMF policy recommendations: not enough change after the crisis
2012, Nº 79
  • World Bank or US Bank?
  • IMF in a euromess?
  • Gender WDR: limiuts, gaps, and fudges. Kate Bedford
2011, Nº 78
  • World Bank manoeuvres to influence climate financce debates.
  • Beyond repair? Bank lobbies for carbon markets.
  • Nepal climate loans: an injustice.
  • IMF plays "second fiddle" as governments fall in the eurozone.
  • IMF´s focus on austerity proved "wrong, wrong, wrong", say critics.
2011, Nº 77
  • World Bank policies "enabling" African land grab
  • At issue: Navigation complex dilemmas. The Bank on violence, conflict and peace building
2011, Nº 76
  • European countries plot heist of IMF top job once again. IFC financial intermediary lending: cause for complaint?
  • Bank's Africa strategy rutted in comfort zone.
  • IMF's European austerity drive goes on, despite failures and protests.
  • Conflict of interest? World Bank's role in global climate fund causes outcry.
2011, Nº 75
  • Energy for the poor: Bank urged to make a clean break.
  • Heading for the right choice? A professional approach to selecting the IMF boss.
  • Call for debt audit as IMF austerity fails.
2010, Nº 72
  • IMF boardroom crisis: Europeans stubbornly cling to chairs.
  • Undermining development?
  • IFI-induced debt catastrophes?
  • Saying one thing but meaning another: IMF advises protecting jobs and cutting spending.
  • Gender-blindness and conditionality cast shadow over record Bank lending.
2010, Nº 71
  • Debt crisis in Europe: Beware of IMF bearings gifts.
  • The Greek crisis ant the involvement of the IMF.
  • Human rights (the World Bank way).
  • Bank clings to fossil fuels, stumbles on clean energy.
  • Resistance to Bank's role in climate finance as alternatives gain traction.
2010, Nº 70
  • bank scales remain unbalanced: rich countries retain almost 60%.
  • IEG: World Bank neglects most water-deprived countries.
  • Secret Bank shake up?
  • Rethinking the IMF again: But will it do any good?
  • IMF loans: still pinching vulnerable countries where it hurt most.
2010, Nº 70
  • bank scales remain unbalanced: rich countries retain almost 60%.
  • IEG: World Bank neglects most water-deprived countries.
  • Secret Bank shake up?