Topics and areas of the Congress
|1||Development, cooperation and R+D+I initiatives.|
|2||Foreign direct investment and multinational companies.|
|5||Social Economy, inequality and social policies.|
|6||Women and Entrepreneurship.|
|7||Sustainable economy, Environment and Energy Policy.|
|8||Education and human resources.|
|9||Migration and the labour market.|
|10||World Economy (only papers submitted in english).|
|11||New theories and trends in the World Economy.|
|12||Teaching Innovation in economy.|
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Example of a single author's book reference:
Sampedro, J. L. (1972): Conciencia de subdesarrollo, Salvat, Barcelona.
Ejemplo de referencia de libro de más de un autor:
Sampedro, J. L. y Martínez Cortiña, R. (1975): Estructura Económica. Teoría básica y estructura mundial, Ariel, Barcelona, (1ª ed. 1969).
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Sampedro, J. L. (1999): "Una visión del subdesarrollo hace 30 años", Revista de Economía Mundial, 1, 135-143.
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