Trans Pacific Partnership y globalización. ¿Quién tendría ganancias en eficiencia técnica? (Trans Pacific Partnership and Globalization. Who would have gains in technical efficiency?)

Autores/as

  • Osvaldo U. Becerril Torres Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
  • Gabriela Munguía Vázquez Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
  • Rosa Azalea Canales García Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Palabras clave:

eficiencia técnica, globalización económica, Trans Pacific Partnership, ganancias en eficiencia, technical efficiency, economic globalization, TransPacific Partnership, efficiency gains.

Resumen

El Trans-Pacific-Partnership, se perfila como un mega-acuerdo por el potencial impacto sobre el pib regional y mundial. Sus análisis consideran desde asuntos de democracia y soberanía, hasta temas de propiedad intelectual, alcance jurídico y nacional; sin embargo, es nulo sobre la eficiencia técnica de las economías involucradas. Por ello, el objetivo de esta investigación es identificar los países que obtendrían mejores posiciones en su eficiencia. Para ello, se hace uso de la econometría de análisis de fronteras estocásticas. Los hallazgos identifican que los países de ingreso alto obtendrían menos ganancias en eficiencia respecto a los de ingreso medio.

Clasificación JEL: F, F02, F14, F15.

 

Abstract


The Trans-Pacific-Partnership is emerging as a mega-agreement by the potential impact on the regional and global gdp. Their analysis considered from issues of democracy and sovereignty, to issues of intellectual property, legal and national scope; however, it is null on the technical efficiency of the economies involved. Therefore, the objective of this research is to identify the countries that they would obtain better positions in its efficiency. To do this, use is made of the econometrics of Stochastic Frontier Analysis. The findings identified that high-income countries would get less respect for efficiency gains in middle-income countries.

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Biografía del autor/a

Osvaldo U. Becerril Torres, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Facultad de Economía.

Gabriela Munguía Vázquez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Facultad de Economía

Rosa Azalea Canales García, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Facultad de Economía

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2018-04-02

Cómo citar

Becerril Torres, O. U., Munguía Vázquez, G., & Canales García, R. A. (2018). Trans Pacific Partnership y globalización. ¿Quién tendría ganancias en eficiencia técnica? (Trans Pacific Partnership and Globalization. Who would have gains in technical efficiency?). Análisis Económico, 32(81), 49–73. Recuperado a partir de https://analisiseconomico.azc.uam.mx/index.php/rae/article/view/23