Economic Spillover and Policy Coordination in the Euro Area

( ii ) but having potentially strong spillover on its economies . Internal spillover
orig from the economic linkages between the euro area countries . Shock vs.
policy induced spillover : This is particularly relevant from the perspe of policy
action .

Author: Klaus Weyerstrass



Category: European Union countries

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Recoge: Executive symmary. 1. A working definition of spillover. - Part 1: Theory. - 2. A working definition of spillover. - Part 2: Empirical findings. - 3. Budgetary spillover and short-term interest rates. - 4. Budgetary spillover and long-term interest rates. - 5. Budgetary stabilisation and the level of public debt. - 6. Spillover form economic reform. - 7. Macroeconomic and welfare effects of structural and budgetary policies: spillover in the MSG3 model. - Part 3: conclusions. - 8. Summary, recommendations and future research. - Appendix. - References.

Work Spillover Into Family Life for Male and Female Executives

An Analysis of Different Spillover Processes William A. Miller. of the model in
question . In this model , work spăllover processes link work to family life . The
processes , however , are believed to operate differently for males and females
and ...

Author: William A. Miller




Page: 111

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New Aspects of Spillover Effect in Catalysis

17 Spillover effect as the key concept for realizing rapid catalytic reactions T. Inui
Department of Hydrocarbon Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University,
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto 606-01, Japan Abstract The significant role of precious metals ...

Author: K. Fujimoto

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080887708

Category: Science

Page: 434

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The spillover effect is one of the most promising factors in the enhancement of catalytic reaction rates. The spillover phenemenon was found in the 1960s by several research groups independently. It was defined at the previous International Symposium on Spillover as follows Spillover involves the transport of active species which are adsorbed or formed on a first phase onto another phase that does not adsorb or form the species under the same condition. However, this effect appears typically in the dynamic state, i.e., during reactions, which advance with a considerable reaction rate. This makes it difficult to elucidate the spillover effect through static methods. Therefore, more fundamental investigations are necessary. The development of alternative energy sources and protection of the environment demands highly selective and very rapid catalytic reactions at deviating conditions. To achieve these goals new concepts, such as the spillover effect, are needed. This proceedings book, which comprises 80 papers, contains methods for preparing catalysts in order to realize spillover effects and suggests the most probable mechanisms to explain these non-linear phenomena. It also contains studies on applications of the spillover effect to improve industrial catalytic processes. The book will be invaluable in the development of industrial catalysts and for solving energy and environmental protection problems.

Spillover and Mobility of Species on Solid Surfaces

Hydrogen spillover was thought responsible of two main results: regeneration of
Bronsted acid sites and addition of the hydride species on the carbenium ion
leading to the formation of isobutane through a mono-molecular mechanism.

Author: A. Guerrero-Ruiz

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080539744

Category: Science

Page: 500

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"Spillover and Mobility of Species and Solid Surfaces" collects the papers which were presented at the Fifth International Conference Spillover, either as oral or poster contributions, as well as the summaries of the invited lectures. This congress and its publication in the Studies on Surface Science and Catalysis series follow the tradition of previous conferences on spillover, initiated in Lyon, 1983, and continued in Leipzig, 1989, Kyoto 1993 and Dalian, 1997. For the fifth conference, held in S.L. el Escorial (Madrid), the organising committee has attempted to compile representative contributions which illustrate the advances in understanding the spillover phenomenon since 1997. Spillover is a process taking place during the interface of gas reactant molecules (mainly hydrogen and oxygen) on solid surfaces. However, different contributions to the more general area of the chemistry at surfaces, related with the mobility and migration of species, diffusion through membranes, fuel cell catalysts, etc., have also been included. In fact the title of the present volume summarizes this attempt to extend the conference topics towards dynamics at surfaces. Among the 70 contributions received, the 56 accepted papers were selected on the basis of the reports of at least two international reviewers, according to standards comparable to those applied for other specialised journals. These papers are from 21 different countries.

Spillover Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic

In 2020, the novel coronavirus gripped the world in a global pandemic and led to the death of hundreds of thousands. The source of the previously unknown virus? Bats.

Author: David Quammen

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 0393239225

Category: Science

Page: 592

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"[Mr. Quammen] is not just among our best science writers but among our best writers, period." —Dwight Garner, New York Times The next big human pandemic—the next disease cataclysm, perhaps on the scale of AIDS or the 1918 influenza—is likely to be caused by a new virus coming to humans from wildlife. Experts call such an event “spillover” and they warn us to brace ourselves. David Quammen has tracked this subject from the jungles of Central Africa, the rooftops of Bangladesh, and the caves of southern China to the laboratories where researchers work in space suits to study lethal viruses. He illuminates the dynamics of Ebola, SARS, bird flu, Lyme disease, and other emerging threats and tells the story of AIDS and its origins as it has never before been told. Spillover reads like a mystery tale, full of mayhem and clues and questions. When the Next Big One arrives, what will it look like? From which innocent host animal will it emerge? Will we be ready?

Financial Vulnerability Spillover Effects and Contagion

EFFECTS AND CONTAGION are different issues from vulnerability . A vulnerable
country can experience a crisis , but some countries that are not vulnerable can ...

Author: Guillermo Perry

Publisher: World Bank Publications

ISBN: 9780821342282

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 69

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There is already a large and growing literature about the financial crises affecting several former star economic performers in Asia. Some analysis have focused on the mismanagement of the structure of foreign debt and economic policies, while others have focused on weaknesses ingrained in the domestic financial and banking sectors of these economies. This paper attempts to reconcile these alternative explanations in a simple framework, where the causes and symptoms of "financial vulnerability" are distinguished.

Zoning Spillovers and Harm

Spillovers of another sort may be morally significant and may legitimize some
forms of state coercion , but do not legitimize coercion designed to restrict the
activity that imposes the spillover effect or to prevent the imposition of the
spillover ...

Author: Randall S. Blumenstein




Page: 145

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Spillover of Adsorbed Species

G.M. Pajonk, S.J. Teichner and J.E. Germain (Editors), Spillover 0/"Adsorbed
Species 31 © 1983 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam — Printed in
spillover ...

Author: G. M. Pajonk

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0444422242

Category: Adsorption

Page: 319

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