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Apertura comercial y estrategia de desarrollo


Alonso Rodríguez, José Antonio y Garcimartín, Carlos (2005) Apertura comercial y estrategia de desarrollo. [ Policy Paper; nº 02, 2005, ]

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El presente trabajo analiza el papel que la apertura comercial tiene en los procesos de desarrollo. Se discuten los aspectos estáticos y dinámicos de la apertura comercial y se toma en consideración las respuestas públicas a los fallos de mercado relacionados con los procesos de industrialización. Finalmente, se estudia la relación existente entre la apertura y la calidad institucional y los márgenes que los procesos de negociación en la OMC permiten a los países en desarrollo para definir sus estrategias de industrialización.

Resumen (otros idiomas)

This paper analyses the role of trade opening on developing processes. It discusses static and dynamic aspects of the trade opening taking into account the public response to market failures related to industrialization processes. Finally, it studies the existing relationship between the opening, the institutional quality and the negotiation processes margins that allow developing countries to define their industrialization strategies.

Tipo de documento:Documento de trabajo o Informe técnico
Palabras clave:Crecimiento económico; Política de desarrollo; Apertura comercial; Instituciones; OMC
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Economic growth; Development policy; Trade openess; Institutions; WTO
Materias:Ciencias Sociales > Economía > Desarrollo económico
Ciencias Sociales > Economía > Comercio
Título de serie o colección:Policy Paper
Código ID:11857

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