Services

Do Domestic Firms Benefit from Foreign Presence and Competition in Irish Services Sectors?

I investigate whether domestic firms differ in their ability to benefit from foreign presence using three different measures of absorptive capacity and also whether the foreign

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The intensity and quality of Internet usage in the agriculture sector and possibilities of its further development – Information

Information available on the AGRIS WWW portal – up-to-date news – reporting of the portal itself, the CTK service, monitoring of the national and regional press, prepared events,

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Aspects of the value added tax within the self assessment system and the extended guarantees for the provision of services in the countries of the European Union

It is essential to examine the issue of the value added tax, in this case, both the possibilities of the use of the self assessment system of the value added tax by the recipient of the

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Emprendimiento y análisis PESTEL de un offshoring de servicios: una valoración práctica

Creación de Empresas Se refiere a la facilidad y los tiempos requeridos para la apertura de una empresa, es importante para un offshoring insourcing, pero en algunos casos es también

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Social assistance and its importance in economy

Compared to the same quarter of the previous year, both the rate and the number of vacancies registered significant increases in health and social assistance +0.68 percentage points,

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Goods and Services Tax and Kerala Economy

As these service sectors would be taxed under GST on par with the goods remember that GST does not make any discrimination between goods and services, Kerala is likely to get more tax

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Time Zone Differences, Communication Cost and Service Trade

In this case as the working hours of the two countries are non-overlapping because of opposite time zones, the first stage is completed in the eastern country and at the end of the day

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A Simple Trade Model with an Optimal Exchange Rate Motivated by Discussion of a Renminbi Float

Given monetary policy and an endogenously determined premium value on foreign exchange, an optimal setting of the exchange rate can provide the optimal trade intervention.. We suggest

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Mental health services in rural India: challenges and prospects

Following suggestions or strategies in combination can be used for strengthening the rural mental health care services: 1 Convergence of National Mental Health Programme/ District

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The co creation of multi agent social innovations: a bridge between service and social innovation research

We focus on social innovations where the co-creation of novel services is guided by the prominent position taken by citizens, social entrepreneurs or third sector organizations NGOs or

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Understanding social innovation in services industries

Thus, the new institutional arrangements that we have called Public Private Innovation Networks in Services Gallouj et al., 2013 are multi-agent systems that reflect how heterogeneous

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REVISITING EUROPEAN UNEMPLOYMENT: UNEMPLOYMENT, CAPITAL ACCUMULATION AND FACTOR PRICES ESRI TWENTY EIGHTH GEARY LECTURE, 1997

It plots the evolution of six series: the profit rate, the wage rate per efficiency unit, the ratio of the profit rate to the wage rate per efficiency unit, the ratio of labour again in

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Managing Capital Flows: Experiences from Central and Eastern Europe WP234 March 2008

Two groups emerge in this table: Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, and the Slovak Republic, which had growth rates of real money exceeding real GDP growth by 0-9 percent in

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Irish Public Capital Spending in a Recession ESRI WP298 May 2009

In other words, the announced level of expenditure implies a significant reduction in any infrastructure deficit relative to the level of economic activity, which in 2013 will be close

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Politics in the Interest of Capital: A Not ­‐So ­‐Organized Combat

 And  yet,  their   effort  to  explain  political  choices  lead  them  to  an  agency-­‐focused  perspective  that  ends   up  downplaying  several  important

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SME Financing in the EU: Moving beyond one size fits all Bruges European Economic Policy Briefings 40/2016

Demary, Hornik, Watfe: “SME Financing in the EU: Moving beyond one-size-fits-all” Plan European Commission, 2015a might have a heterogeneous impact across different types of SMEs as

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Creating Long Term Value in Europe's Capital Markets: Opportunities and constraints 1st Interim Report of the CEPS ECMI Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe CEPS Research Report, November 2017

Creating Long-Term Value in Europe's Capital Markets: Opportunities and constraints 1st Interim Report of the CEPS-ECMI Task Force on Asset Allocation in Europe Cosmina Amariei* 1..

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Capital Markets Union and the fintech opportunity Bruegel Policy Contribution Issue n˚22 | September 2017

available at https://www.esma.europa.eu/press-news/consultations/investment-using-virtualcurrency-or-distributed-ledger-technology ESMA 2016 ‘Consultation on the Distributed Ledger

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