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dc.contributor.authorCruz Marcelo, Jose Nabor
dc.date.accessioned2020-01-08T19:42:08Z
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dc.date.issued2015-01-05
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.unimilitar.edu.co/index.php/ries/article/view/366
dc.identifier10.18359/ries.366
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10654/34682
dc.descriptionThis paper is framed in the relations between Spain and Latin America, where the continuous presence in that region is registered as preeminent goals of the Spanish foreign policy. In this context the bilateral relations related to the Defense area are inserted. As we can consider, Madrid has implemented different ways to be related with its counterpart. Our goal is to provide information on the relations between Spain and Latin America in the Defense field, conceptually framed in a Defense Diplomacy. With this objective, in the first place a brief review on the relations developed between the actors concerned during the last years will be carried on in order to frame in that context the actions of the Defense Diplomacy. Second, two expressions of that deployment will be analyzed: the commercialization of the Spanish defense material in the Latin American market and the employment of the military instrument in the frame of multilaterals initiatives that involves the counterpart. Finally, during the conclusions and evaluation on the actions took will be done and the options that the defense field offers for the future involving Spain and Latin American relations will be analyzed.eng
dc.descriptionArtículo que informa los resultados de cómo la desigualdad de los ingresos ha generado un intenso debate no sólo en la teoría económica sino en las ciencias sociales en general, puesto que se considera imprescindible una mejora en las percepciones de ingresos para generar bienestar económico y social. Por lo tanto, a través de tres indicadores, el coeficiente de Gini, la participación de los salarios en el Producto Interno Bruto y un índice de concentración del ingreso alternativo se analiza la evolución la distribución del ingreso en los países de la Unión Europea (UE) durante el periodo 1995-2012. Además, se simulan escenarios económicos, a través de un modelo algebraico que se basa en el método de Monte-Carlo, los efectos de algunas estrategias alternativas de Políticas Públicas que se pueden llevar a cabo en la Unión Europea para enfrentar la recesión económica y mejorar la desigualdad social. Se encuentra que mientras no se apliquen choques de demanda en la economía, la recesión económica continuará, así como la reducción del poder adquisitivo de los salarios de la UE. Lo cual constituye factores que influyen en el descontento y protesta social que consecuentemente impactarán en la seguridad y desarrollo de las economías europeas.spa
dc.descriptionA desigualdade de renda tem gerado intensa debate não só na teoria econômica, mas nas ciências sociais em geral, uma vez que é considerado essencial para a melhoria da percepção de renda para gerar bem-estar econômico e social. Assim, através de três indicadores, o coeficiente de Gini, a participação dos salários no PIB e um índice de evolução da concentração de renda de análises alternativas de distribuição de renda nos países da União Europeia (UE) durante o período 1995-2012. Além disso, cenários econômicos são simulados por meio de um modelo algébrico que é baseado no método de Monte-Carlo, os efeitos de algumas estratégias alternativas de políticas públicas que podem ser realizadas na União Europeia para enfrentar a crise econômica e melhorar desigualdade social. Verifica-se que, enquanto choques de demanda não se aplicam na economia, a crise econômica vai continuar, e o poder de compra reduzido de salários na UE que são fatores que influenciam o descontentamento social e de protesto que, consequentemente, terão impacto sobre a segurança e o desenvolvimento das economias europeias.por
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dc.language.isoeng
dc.publisherUniversidad Militar Nueva Granadaspa
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2016 De Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridadspa
dc.rightshttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0spa
dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol 10 No 1 (2015): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 135-158eng
dc.sourceRevista Relaciones Internacionales, Estrategia y Seguridad; Vol. 10 Núm. 1 (2015): REVISTA DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES, ESTRATEGIA Y SEGURIDAD; 135-158spa
dc.source1909-7743
dc.source1909-3063
dc.titleIncome distribution and poverty as obstacles to the recovery of the crisis in the european Unioneng
dc.titleDistribución de ingresos y pobreza como obstáculos a la recuperación de la crisis en la Unión Europeaspa
dc.titleDistribuição de rendimentos e pobreza como obstáculos à recuperação da crise na União Européiapor
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dc.subject.proposalcrisiseng
dc.subject.proposalincome distributioneng
dc.subject.proposalsocial securityeng
dc.subject.proposalwageseng
dc.subject.proposalCrisisspa
dc.subject.proposaldistribución del ingresospa
dc.subject.proposalseguridad socialspa
dc.subject.proposalsalariosspa
dc.subject.proposalCrisepor
dc.subject.proposaldistribuição de rendapor
dc.subject.proposalsegurança socialpor
dc.subject.proposalsalariospor


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