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El MERCOSUR debería ser aprovechado como el espacio a partir del cual generar economías de escala y aglomeración, no sólo en lo que respecta a la producción de bienes sino especialmente en relación a la creación de conocimiento. Las potencialidades de este bien son ampliamente conocidas y la...

This study examines alternative tobacco use among Latin American youth. A self-administered survey in a random sample of 27 schools was administered in 2004 in Jujuy, Argentina (N = 3218). Prevalence of alternative tobacco product use was 24.1%; 15.3% of youth used hand-rolled cigarettes, 7.8%...

For nearly one year and a half the project research team, coordinated by a member of
the Area of Historical Memory of the CNRR and with technical assistance from IOM,
addressed the relationship between internal violence and the agrarian problem in the
Caribbean coast of...

A summary of EEPSEA Research Report No. 2010-RR8: "Social Capital, Local Government, and the Management of Irrigation Systems In Northwest China" by Dr. Shun Wang, Department of Economics, University of British Columbia.

There are both benefits and risks involved in interactions between public research organisations
(PROs) and industry. This paper proposes a conceptual framework that associates firms' and PROs'
motivations, channels of interaction and benefits. It suggests that each channel triggers...