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    • 40 Años de Reformas y Políticas Económicas en Chile (y los desafíos para los próximos años) 

      Ffrench-Davis Muñoz, Ricardo (Universidad de Chile, Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2014)
      Justificadamente, la economía chilena goza de fama de elevado crecimiento y de haber avanzado hacia el nivel de ingresos de las naciones más avanzadas. En efecto, en 1970 el PIB per cápita de Chile alcanzaba, por ejemplo, ...
    • A Bargaining Model of Friendly and Hostile Takeovers 

      Loyola Fuentes, Gino; Portilla, Yolanda (Wiley, 2016)
      A bargaining model is developed that characterizes the conditions under which a takeover will either be friendly, hostile, or unsuccessful when the target management can tilt the selling procedure toward a white knight. The ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of operations research and management science 

      Merigó Lindahl, José; Yang, Jian Bo (Elsevier, 2017)
      Bibliometric analysis is the quantitative study of bibliographic material. It provides a general picture of a research field that can be classified by papers, authors and journals. This paper presents a bibliometric overview ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of the Base/Bottom of the Pyramid research 

      Pineda Escobar, María Alejandra; Merigó Lindahl, José (IOS Press, 2020)
      The concept of the Base/Bottom of the pyramid (BoP), since its first use in the early 2000 s, has been used by researchers and practitioners alike. The past 16 years has witnessed a significant increase in output of published ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of the first thirty years of the International Journal of Intelligent Systems 

      Merigó Lindahl, José; Blanco Mesa, Fabio; Gil Lafuente, Anna María; Yager, Ronald R. (IEEE, 2017)
      The International Journal of Intelligent Systems was created on 1986. Today, the journal has become thirty years old. In order to celebrate this anniversary, this study develops a bibliometric review of all the papers ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of the first twenty years of soft computing 

      Merigó Lindahl, José; Herrera Viedma, Enrique; Cobo, Manuel J.; Laengle Scarlazetta, Sigifredo; Rivas, Daniela (Springer, 2017)
      Soft Computing was launched in 1997. Today, the journal is becoming twenty years old. Motivated by this anniversary, this article develops a bibliometric analysis of the journal in order to identify the leading trends ...
    • A bibliometric analysis of venture capital research 

      Cancino del Castillo, Christian; Merigó Lindahl, José; Torres, Juan P.; Díaz Solís, David (Emerald, 2018)
      Purpose: The purpose of this study is to present the evolution of academic research in venture capital (VC) research between 1990 and 2014. Design/methodology/approach: The study analyzes the most influential journals in ...
    • A bibliometric history of the Journal of Psychology between 1936 and 2015 

      Tur-Porcar, Ana; Mas-Tur, Alicia; Merigó Lindahl, José; Roig-Tierno, Norat; Watt, John (Routledge Journals, 2018)
      The Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied is a leading international journal in psychology dating back to 1935. This study examines its publications since its creation utilizing a bibliometric analysis. The ...
    • A citation analysis of fuzzy research by universities and countries 

      Alfaro García, Víctor G.; Merigó Lindahl, José; Alfaro Calderón, Gerardo G.; Plata Pérez, Leobardo; Gil Lafuente, Anna M.; Herrera Viedma, Enrique (IOS Press, 2020)
      This paper presents the results of a citation analysis focusing on the universities and countries represented by publications in 22 highly oriented fuzzy research journals using bibliometric techniques. Bibliometric studies ...
    • A cohort analysis of the income distribution in Chile 

      Sapelli, Claudio (Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Economía y Negocios, 2011-06)
      In this paper we look at the income distribution by cohort in Chile. We construct a synthetic panel from cross section surveys and estimate the income distribution for cohorts born between 1902 and 1978. We then decompose ...
    • A coupled stochastic inverse/sharp interface seawater intrusion approach for coastal aquifers under groundwater parameter uncertainty 

      Llopis-Albert, Carlos; Merigó Lindahl, José; Xu, Yejun (Elsevier, 2016)
      This paper presents an alternative approach to deal with seawater intrusion problems, that overcomes some of the limitations of previous works, by coupling the well-known SWI2 package for MODFLOW with a stochastic inverse ...
    • A decade lost and found: Mexico and Chile in the 1980s 

      Bergoeing Vela, Raphael; Kehoe, Patrick J; Kehoe, Timothy J; Soto, Raimundo (Elsevier, 2002)
      Chile and Mexico experienced severe economic crises in the early 1980s. This paper analyzes four possible explanations for why Chile recovered much faster than Mexico did. Comparing data from the two countries allows us ...
    • A finer grained approach to psychological capital and work performance 

      Madrid, Hector P.; Díaz, María T.; Leka, Stavroula; Leiva, Pedro I.; Barros, Eduardo (Springer, 2018-08)
      Psychological capital is a set of personal resources comprised by hope, efficacy, optimism, and resilience, which previous research has supported as being valuable for general work performance. However, in today's ...
    • A law of large numbers:Bidding and compulsory competitive tendering for refuse collection contracts 

      Gómez-Lobo Echeñique, Andrés; Szymansk, Stefan (Springer, 2001)
      In this paper we investigate the relationship between costs and number of bidders for U.K. local authorities’ refuse collection contracts. We find that a higher number of bids is associated with a lower cost of service. ...
    • A location-based service to support collaboration and strategic control in a real estate broker 

      Cancino del Castillo, Christian; Zurita Alarcón, Gustavo (Springer, 2017)
      Increasingly more companies support their strategies and value propositions offering their clients some services that require physical mobility and teamwork by their staff. This article proposes a type of Location-based ...
    • A market game approach to differential information economies 

      Fugarolas Alvarez-Ude, Guadalupe; Hervés Beloso, Carlos; Moreno García, Emma; Torres Martínez, Juan Pablo (Springer, 2009)
      In this paper we recast a differential information economy as a strategic game in which players propose net trades and prices. Pure strategy Nash equilibria are strong and determine both consumption plans and commodity ...
    • A Model of Market Power in Electricity Industries Subject to Peak Load Pricing 

      Arellano, María Soledad; Serra Banfi, Pablo (Elsevier, 2007)
      This paper studies the exercise of market power in price-regulated electricity industries under peak-load pricing and merit order dispatching, but where investment decisions are taken by independent generating companies. ...
    • A multiple indicator solution approach to endogeneity in discrete-choice models for environmental valuation 

      Mariel, Petr; Hoyos, David; Artabe, Alaitz; Angelo Guevara, C. (Elsevier, 2018-08-15)
      Endogeneity is an often neglected issue in empirical applications of discrete choice modelling despite its severe consequences in terms of inconsistent parameter estimation and biased welfare measures. This article analyses ...
    • A Note on Enforcement Spending and VAT Revenues 

      Engel Goetz, Eduardo; Galetovic Potsch, Alexander; Raddatz, Claudio E. (The MIT Press, 2001)
      Tax compliance studies usually focus on the effect of enforce-ment spending on tax evasion. Reliable estimates are difficult to obtain because evasion data are often suspect. This note shows how tax revenues can be used ...
    • A quasi-equilibrium approach for market clearing in land use microsimulations 

      Hurtubia, Ricardo; Martinez, Francisco Javier; Bierlaire, Michel (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2019)
      A method for market clearing in land use models with a microsimulation approach for location choice of agents is proposed. The method, based on the Bid-auction theory and random utility models, assumes that agents individually ...