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26 de Noviembre, 2013
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Giovanni  Mazzacani es un joven italiano de 23 años que ofreció a los alumnos que participan en los Junior Seminar del NCID una sesión sobre comercio y pobreza.  Alrededor de 12 estudiantes  además del Investigador Principal del Navarra Center for International Development, Luis Ravina, y los ayudantes de investigación, atendieron el seminario titulado: “Rethinking trade and poverty”.

Giovanni está actualmente como interno en la sede de las Naciones Unidas en Ginebra. Estudió un grado doble en Gestión International en la Universidad de Bocconi, Italia. A...

22 de Abril, 2013
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Marta Reynal is an Affiliated Professor at the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics. Reynal delivered an in-depth analysis about the role dynastic leaders play in securing growth and prosperity in developing countries. By gathering an extensive data about the different characteristics of political leaders, she suggests that the success of dynasties in terms of economic performance will depend on the strength of the executive constraints. Reynal concludes that dynastic leaders tend to perform better than non-dynastic ones when there are weak constraints and not very strong institution...

04 de Marzo, 2013
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Pamplona. March 4th, 2013.

Manuel Villoria is a Professor of Political Science and a member of Transparency International. He proposed a conceptual framework to understand corruption in the Weekly Seminar presentation. Villoria described the endemic corruption and inefficient government institutions in developed and undeveloping countries. Throughout his presentation, he explained some current measures that are used by governments to fight corruption. However, Villoria highlighted the weaknesses of these measures and argued their validity as a way to reduce corruption.

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