• Audiovisual industry in Spain

    The Spanish animation and visual effects industry is highly technological. Spain is the world's fifth largest producer of animated films and the second largest in Europe . The next four years are expected to see over 90 feature films, 140 series and around 400 short films begin production.

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     · 03/12/2021 Volume of retail trade up by % in euro area and by % in the EU. In October 2021, the seasonally adjusted volume of retail trade increased by % in the euro area and by % in the EU, compared with September 2021, according to estimates from Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.

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  • The Spanish Productivity Puzzle Laura Hospido Eva Moreno

    The Spanish Productivity Puzzle Laura Hospido Eva Moreno Galbis CEPREMAP Productivity Project 23 rd

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  • The Spanish Financial Crisis: Economic Reforms and the ...

    Previously, over 60% of all Spanish exports went to countries in the European Union, the area hit hardest by the financial crisis. 19 With the European Union in general financial crisis, the Eurozone's intransigence in its policies towards the periphery, and the problems that existed inside Spain all compounding to form a dire financial picture, internal structural reforms .

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  • It is wellknown that in the most recent period of growth in Spain productivity did not improve but actually decreased. 2007 marked the end of the expansive phase of the economic cycle, and with it the end of a long, intense period of growth.

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  • Productivity

    Multifactor productivity Changes in MFP reflect the effects of changes in management practices, brand names, organizational change, general knowledge, network effects, spillovers from production factors, adjustment costs, economies of scale, the effects of imperfect competition and measurement errors.

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  • Unbalanced Regional Impact of the crisis in Spain. An ...

    Downloadable! The economic and financial crisis has generated a significant amount of adverse effects in all European economies, although with substantial differences by countries. For Spain the effects have been severe. From the last third of the last century until the middle of 2008 the economy experienced a period of strong expansion, with an average growth rate up of %, high job ...

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  • The Spanish Financial Crisis: Economic Reforms and the ...

    Previously, over 60% of all Spanish exports went to countries in the European Union, the area hit hardest by the financial crisis. 19 With the European Union in general financial crisis, the Eurozone's intransigence in its policies towards the periphery, and the problems that existed inside Spain all compounding to form a dire financial picture, internal structural reforms became necessary.

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  • The Spanish telecommuniions sector leads productivity ...

     · The Spanish telecommuniions sector leads productivity in Europe Madrid, Jul 16 (.) . The Spanish telecommuniions sector is the most productive among the large neighboring countries and exceeds the European average, with 56,000 euros per employee, and its number of companies 6,500has not stopped grow since 2008, although it has asked for .

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  • The Devastating Economic Impact of Covid19 Shutdowns – AIER

     · The Rocky Mountain region, comparatively, saw the smallest decrease in GDP of % from Q4 2019 to Q1 2020: that probably owes to its dominant industry, mining, being substantially distanced from the direct impact of lockdowns. It contracted by only % in Q1 2020. Q2 2020 reveals massive damage among all regions, with Mideast GDP plummeting ...

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  • FOCUS Productivity and job quality

     · productivity, both in Germany and Spain (see the first graph).4 However, in Spain this temporary nature of employment is more accentuated in all activity sectors, resulting in a worse trend in productivity at an aggregate level. These problems in Spain's labour market are not only visible at high levels of temporary employment as

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  • Agriculture and climate change

     · Agriculture both contributes to climate change and is affected by climate change. The EU needs to reduce its greenhousegas emissions from agriculture and adapt its foodproduction system to cope with climate change. But climate change is only one of many pressures on agriculture. Faced with growing global demand and competition for resources, .

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  • The key role of the productive structure in the ...

    A. MarotoSánchez and CuadradoRoura Productive structure productivity in Spain 88 Figure 1. Impact of the crisis on production, employment and productivity in Europe: Comparison vs. PANEL A: FR UK AT FI BE DE GR IR IT ND LU DK ES SE PT MT CY BU CZ EE

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  • An increase in food production in Europe could ...

     · Amongst permanent crops, an intensifiion of low productive olive groves in Spain (ES) would increase production by 217% (but note that the bulk of seminatural habitats in Spain are extensively ...

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  • Covid19: Impact on the global pig production sector

     · Covid19: Impact on the global pig production sector. The coronavirus has had a huge impact on daily life from the man on the street to businesses. And the pig production sector, even more essential than ever, has not gone unshed. Keep uptodate. Also if you are interested in other sectors:

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  • [Productivity and impact of Spanish research into multiple ...

    Aims: To quantify by means of bibliometric indiors the scientific productivity of Spanish researchers and institutions that publish on multiple sclerosis in national and international journals during the period, and to determine their impact. Materials and methods: Papers under study were obtained from Web of Science and Scopus international databases, as well as IBECS and IME ...

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  • The economic impact of the tourism industry in Spain

     · In conclusion, the tourism industry is one of the Spanish economy's key sectors, both due to its direct impact and also to the considerable knockon effect it has on the rest of the sectors. Moreover, given the good projections for global growth in tourism (as discussed in the article mentioned previously), it will probably become even more important in the coming years.

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  • An increase in food production in Europe could ...

     · Amongst permanent crops, an intensifiion of low productive olive groves in Spain (ES) would increase production by 217% (but note that the bulk of seminatural habitats in .

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  • Fourday week could boost jobs in Spain

     · Adam McCulloch reports in 'Personnel Today' on a proposed initiative being considered in Spain – to reduce their working week in order to boost employment, health and productivity – in our view, a 4 day working week is inevitable, and soon, just as a 7 day week became 6, and then pressure grew for 5 . Continue reading

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  • Effects of Coronavirus on Agricultural Production

     · As public life shuts down around Europe and health systems buckle under the strain of the Covid19 pandemic, concerns over food supply are the latest scare to make headlines. In recent weeks speculation is rife as to the potential impacts on agricultural production. In part 1 of this series, Sebastian Lakner crunches the numbers to identify the real risks to Europe's food supply.

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  • Productivity change of the Spanish Port System: impact of ...

     · The main goal of this study was to assess the impact of the economic crisis on the productivity growth of the Spanish Port System (SPS). The Malmquist Productivity Index (MPI) was estimated for the 28 Port Authorities of the SPS, for a 'noncrisis period' (2005–2008) and a .

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