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Código:HR 330 NOV - DIC 2012 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
Ubicación:Planta baja estanteria abierta
Autor Personal:The Economist Newspaper Limited
TítuloThe economist
Ciudad: New York
Editorial: The Economist Newspaper Limited
Año: 2012
Descripción:varias paginaciones; il. col. 27 cm.
Notas:F.I. 04/01/2016
Palabras Claves:ECONOMÍA;
Términos Locales:Economía - Revista;
Encabezados Geográficos:

Código:HR 330 NOV - DIC 2012 TE [Universidad Católica San Pablo]
100:The Economist Newspaper Limited
245The economist
260:New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2012:
300:varias paginaciones; il. col. 27 cm.
500:F.I. 04/01/2016
653Economía - Revista

The Economist Newspaper Limited. The economist. -- . --New York: The Economist Newspaper Limited: 2012. # Ingreso:1038801

   varias paginaciones; il. col..27 cm..

December 3rd – 9th 2012 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS - Our American endorsement Which one? - Corporate governance in Japan Olympian depths - Bangladesh Out of the basket - Ethnic cleansing in Myanmar No place like home LETTERS On immigration, Syria, textbooks, Ayn Rand, Spain, voting BRIEFING Bangladesh and development The path through the fields UNITED STATES - Hurricane Sandy Wild is the wind - The swing states: a round-up The road to 270 - Battling for the House The no-wave election - The ground war Knock, knock - The cyber war Deus ex machina - Voices from the campaign Heard on the trail - Ballot measures Land of the freer? - Lexington The price of hubris THE AMERICAS - Reform in Mexico Labour pains - Intellectual property in Brazil Owning ideas - News in Cuba Winds of change ASIA - Myanmar’s parliament Power grab - Damming the Mekong River elegy - Australia in Asia What’s Strine for “Asian century”? - Terrorism in Indonesia Going underground - Politics in India Shuffled, not stirred - Forced labour in India Toil and trouble - Banyan Myanmar’s cruel history CHINA - China’s ruling families Riches exposed - University exams Fighting for privilege MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA - The Swahili coast Contagion of discontent - Elephants poaching Brought to tusk - Rwandan justice Fairness on trial - Iraq’s oil The Kurdish opening - Israeli media Wapping in the Holy Land - Syria’s civil war Nowhere to run EUROPE - Russia’s president Vladimir the victor - Lithuania Leftward lurch - Turkey’s Syriacs An outpost of Aramaic speakers - Greek taxation A national sport no more - French competitiveness Spake the Shock treatment - Charlemagne Bribesville II BRITAIN - The Heseltine report Tarzanomics in the age of Dave - The James Bond question Shaken, stirred and confused - Bagehot A damn good whipping INTERNATIONAL - Unmanned aerial vehicles Death from afar - Digital copyright Pick a book - Pain and pills Grim and bear it BUSINESS - State capitalism Big Brother is back - Japan’s boardroms Scrutiny? No, thanks - Disney buys lucasfilm Wishing upon a Death Star - Fonterra Land of milk and money - Penguin’s future Waddling down the aisle - Anglo American’s future Cynthia Carroll leaves - Lessons from TED The virtue of letting go - Schumpeter Corporate burlesque FINANCE AND ECONOMICS - Corporate savings Dead money - Hong Kong property Taxing times - Investment banking UBS swings the axe - Buttonwood Guaranteed pensions - Zippy economies The fastest growers ever - Sovereign debt New York v Argentina - Deforestation in Sarawak Logging and HSBC - Free exchange Corporate giants SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - Tsunamis in Lake Geneva Lake monsters - 3D printing A third-world dimension - Microbes as a cure Bugs in the system - Fish farming High-tech breeders - Epigenetics and health Grandma’s curse BOOKS AND ARTS - The revolution in Iran In with the madding crowd - British diary-writing Bulldog heart - Richard Burton’s diaries Thoughtful thespian - Tom Wolfe Miami blood - Ann Richards Bush’s scourge - American financial disasters Nation of deadbeats - Economic and financial indicators Statistics on 42 economiies, plus a closer look at our commodities index - Obituary Sylvia Kristel The body beautiful November 10th – 16th 2012 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS - Barack Obama's second term Now, hug a Republican - Greece’s debt burden How to end the agony - Mali Terror in the Sahara - Reforming welfare in India Cash, with strings - Lunacy and astronomy In praise of moons LETTERS On assisted suicide, "theological", South Africa, Greece, Afghanistan, China, pop tunes (6) BRIEFING The poor in America UNITED STATES - Barack Obama The remaking of the president - Congress Much ado about nothing - Ballot measures A liberal drift - State-level elections A battle of inches - Election forecasting Running numbers - The budget deficit To the cliff, and beyond - After the storm What Sandy did next - Lexington State of denial THE AMERICAS - Class in Latin America The expanding middle - Peru Mayor and mafias ASIA - Welfare in India Money where your mouth is - Maternal health in india Warding off danger - Sri Lanka’s judiciary Courting trouble - The Golden Triangle The long arm of Chinese law - Japan’s nuclear future Rokkasho and a hard place - Afghanistan’s Iranian trade Location, location CHINA - Communist Party congress Treading water - Factional politics Old brooms - Congress-watching Heard in the hutong - Banyan Blunt words and keen swords MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA - Syria’s opposition Get your act together - Israeli politics The wrong American - Saudi Arabia The younger generation - Mali and al-Qaeda Stop the jihadists - Kenya’s mobile telephones Vital for the poor EUROPE - Greece and the euro Toil and trouble - Russo-German relations The shocking Mr Schockenhoff - Russian defence Reform and be sacked - French competitiveness A rude awakening - Corruption in northern Italy A plague on them all - Business and organised crime Hands over the city - Charlemagne Hope and no change BRITAIN - Birmingham Second city, second class - Labour and Europe Playing with fire - Bagehot The weight of the world INTERNATIONAL - Newspapers versus Google Taxing times - Piracy Hung, drawn and quartered - Online advertising Clicked off BUSINESS - Business continuity Weathering the storm - European railways Uncoupling the trains - Corporate Japan The good, the bad and the ugly - Investing in Myanmar Burmese haze - Translating and the law Legal language - Brazil in Africa A new Atlantic alliance - African hospitality No vacancy - Schumpeter Work and play FINANCE AND ECONOMICS - Asian economies Asia’s great moderation - Buttonwood A bond bubble? - The world in 2060 The OECD's forecasts - Manipulating energy markets Charged atmosphere ( - Investindustrial Where others fear to tread - Ratings agencies Crisis in ratings land? - Academic papers and stockmarket returns Keep digging - The economics of voting The X factor - Germany’s banking system Old-fashioned but in favour - Free exchange Bank capital SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - Astrobiology A harvest of new moons - Palaeontology Four wings, good. Two wings, better - Human evolution Time’s arrows BOOKS AND ARTS - Modern India The liberal case - India history Macaulay’s legacy - A memoir of AIDS Fathers and sons - Musing on Europe A long, long road - New cinema “call me kuchu” - Sir Stamford Raffles Busy bee - Ancient Egypt Toot toot, King Tut ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 economies, plus our monthly poll of forecasters OBITUARY - Russell Means The ballad of wounded knee December 1st – 7th 2012 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS - Battle of the internet giants Survival of the biggest - Capitalism in India Ratan Tata’s legacy - Egypt On the edge - Central banks’ power The grey man’s burden - Georgia Trembling in Tbilisi - The European Union budget Too timid by half LETTERS On Israel and Hamas, railways, immigration, free trade, rogue trading, Lincoln, British aid, fat taxes, obesity BRIEFING - Technology giants at war Another game of thrones UNITED STATES Higher education - Not what it used to be The Senate - Fingering the nuclear button Trek over - The end of USS Enterprise Secession and elections - Let’s stay together South Carolina - Gone into the ether Marriage law - Decision time (maybe) Maine’s elvers - Transparent gold Lexington - The Obama doctrine THE AMERICAS Canada’s biggest city - Gridlock in toronto Venezuela’s ports - Cancelling Christmas Argentina’s media - Silencing a critic The Brazilian Amazon - The new rubber boomlet ASIA Violence in Pakistan - Escalation South Korean elections - Kingmaker, but not king A new energy corridor opens up to Asia - Breaking the ice Adult adoption in Japan - Keeping it in the family Mongolia’s vegetarians - Putting og in the yurt Kabul Bank - Pitiful Banyan - India’s ambitious finance minister CHINA After the congress - The dust settles The nomenklatura - Who holds the power? MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Egypt’s politics - Dictatorship, democracy, dictatorship? Saudi women - Sacred texts The fallout in Gaza - Squeezed from both sides Syria’s crisis - Bashar bashed Sudan creaks - Losing the plot Sierra Leone - Voting and growing EUROPE Russia’s president - Alone at the top Catalonia’s election - Trouble ahead German elections - Politicians in proportion Sciences-Po - A campus tale in Paris Italian politics - Left in front Istanbul’s heritage - Under attack Charlemagne - More Greek myths BRITAIN The leveson report - Fleet Street’s grim reaper The Bank of England’s new boss - Canada guy Bagehot - Outing the Europhiles INTERNATIONAL Internet governance - System error Anorexia online - Thin cases Climate change - Theatre of the absurd BUSINESS A new boss at Tata - From pupil to master Reviving investment in India - The capex conundrum ArcelorMittal - Blast from the past Newspapers in Taiwan - Lai takes his leave Innovation and electioneering - From polls to profits Video games - Nintendo’s U-turn Start-ups in health care - Obamacare capitalists Schumpeter - Lincoln and leadership FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Property in America - The Big Long Buttonwood - Desperately seeking investors Regulation - The SEC’s boss goes Italian taxes - Digital dodgers Prediction markets - Intrade quist america Argentine bonds - Vultures circle Spanish banks - Bail-out tapas Free exchange - Savers’ lament SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY RNA-only genes - The origin of species? Drought and climate change - Cloud nein Arachnology - Having a mate for dinner Reusable spacecraft - Jet-set rocket-man BOOKS AND ARTS The book of genesis - A biography James mee’k new fiction - Breaking hearts Serengeti national park - High plains drifter Misunderstanding financial crisis - How to get a grip The penis - Its life and times Makoto aida at the mori - Harakiri hellraiser ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistic on 42 economies, plus a closer loo at internet traffic OBITUARY Brian Cobby - The voice of time December 15th – 21st 2012 THE WORLD THIS WEEK LEADERS America's economy - Over the cliff? Italian politics in turmoil - Run, Mario, run North Korea - Space cadet Obesity - Fat chance Non-bank finance in Europe - Embracing the alternatives LETTERS On Tata Sons, Egypt, pilotless planes, Mexico, lead, college life, muscle BRIEFING Non-bank finance Filling the bank-shaped hole UNITED STATES The fiscal cliff - On the edge Demography - Double bind Right-to-work laws - Now Michigan Food stamps - Counting pennies Racial classification - All together now Season’s greetings - Merry Chrismukkah Lexington - The republicans’ terms of surrender THE AMERICAS Venezuela - Chavéz passes the torch Foreign investment in Canada - Thus far but no further Justice in Colombia - Who should try the soldiers? ASIA North Korea’s rocket launch - Beaming Pakistan and the Afghan Taliban - To the table BRIEFING Trying war crimes in Bangladesh - The trial of the birth of a nation CHINA The economy - An understated recovery The capital - Removal time Political symbolism - Xi’s southern trip Banyan - China and its neighbours MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Egypt’s choice - The Founding Brothers America and the Middle East - The masochism tango Unstable Mali - The 400 coups South Africa - Wrangling in the ruling party Ghana’s election - Still shining EUROPE Italian politics - Will Monti run? Romania’s election - Ponta’s victory Serbia - Good start Danish Christmas trees - Firly resilient Lower Saxony - The Hanoverian connection Russian politics - A new ideology Charlemagne - Worries about Italy BRITAIN Measuring diversity - The London effect Northern Ireland - The bones of the past Bagehot - A season of dolour and dole INTERNATIONAL The politics of corruption - Squeezing the sleazy Catholic conservatives - A traditionalist avant-garde Climate conference - What Doha did BUSINESS Inside Foxconn’s lair - When workers dream of a life beyond the factory gates Corporate taxation - Wake up and smell the coffee The EU’s unitary patent - Yes, ja, oui, no, no Corporate computing - Network effect Personal data - Know thyself Hispanic television in America - Lights, camera, acción! Tourism and TUI - From satanic mills to sundecks Schumpeter - Gold-hunting in a frugal age FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Infrastructure in India - RIPPP Buttonwood - Picking fund managers HSBC and Standard Chartered - Too big to jail The Federal Reserve - The other mandate Inequality in China - To each, not according to his needs When global banks fail - A new road map Financial-transaction taxes - Skimming the froth Free exchange - Spoting cartels SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Global health - Lifting the burden Flight of the phoenix - America’s other shuttle programme 3D printing - Your flexible friend Parenthood and life expectancy - Pro creation BOOKS AND ARTS Thinking men - The great political philosophers Turkey’s new nationalists - Out of the chrysalis Pirates in history - Eye on the main chance British theatre - Jonathan The miller’s tale New film - “Midnight’s Children” The “Ring” cycle at the Teatro Massimo - Offstage noise ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at patent applications OBITUARY Dave Brubeck - The rhythm man December 22nd – 2012 – January 4th 2013 THE WORLD THIS YEAR LEADERS The rich world's economy - The gift that goes on giving Gun violence in America - Newtown’s horror Japan’s election - Go on Mr Abe, surprise us Egypt’s referendum - Going the wrong way Investing - Rich managers, poor clients LETTERS On Britain and Europe, the San André archipelago, internet kingdoms, Festivus UNITED STATES The Newtown killing - Evil beyond imagining Water in the south-west - Think green Education - Keep it in the family Lexington - The view from Vandalia Cliff talks - Relief in sight THE AMERICAS Corruption in Brazil - A healthier menu Mexico’s new government - Coming out swinging Atlantic Canada - A new Nova Scotia ASIA Japan’s emphatic general election - Abe agonistes Servants in India - Can’t get the help Kazakhstan’s press - A heavy hand Pakistani attacks on aid workers - Killing disease CHINA The road to Tibet - The new middle-class adventure MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA Syria crisis - The fire is getting closer Egypt’s constitutional referendum - A dubious yes Iraq, Kurds, Turks and oil - A tortuous triangle South African politics - Return of a prodigal son EUROPE French politics - Manuel Valls, a Socialist Sarkozy French taxes - Adieu Obélix Russia’s opposition - Smaller and colder Italy’s election - The Ohio of Italy Spain’s prime minister - One year on Charlemagne - The euro in 2013 BRITAIN Asian Muslim women - All about taking part Immigrants - Better than billed Arts spending - If you cut me, do I not bleed? How to win elections - Baracking the voters Bagehot - Church and state INTERNATIONAL Free education - Learning new lessons Religious belief - Faiths and the faithless BUSINESS Turkey’s tech businesses - Boom on the Bosporus The global car industry - Wheels of mixed fortune Business under Japan’s new government - Are nukes back? Globalisation - Going backwards Google and antitrust - Transatlantic tussles Schumpeter - Exit Albert Hirschman FINANCE AND ECONOMICS Hedge funds - Going nowhere fast Buttonwood - Logevity and the rich 2012 in charts - The long road to recovery Free exchange - Regional trade deals SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Human intelligence - Cleverer still The evolution of the hand - Making a fist of it Mapping the Moon with gravity - GRAIL hunt BOOKS AND ARTS Families and how to survive them - Life to another tune Mariko Mori - Cosmic bus tour ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL INDICATORS Statistics on 42 economies, plus a closer look at asset perfomance OBITUARY Oscar Niemeyer - Building Brazil

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