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Narco-esthetics, the superficial layer of a complex problem Economics and Politics

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Corruption: The voters dilemma Economics and Politics

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The legislation to regulate electronic cigarettes does not wait Economics and Politics

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The unexpected consequences of the peace Economics and Politics

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The vote, a right dressed as duty Economics and Politics

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Protectionism paralyzes the country’s foreign trade Economics and Politics

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Observa JEP: The academy’s contribution to understanding the Special Jurisdiction for Peace Economics and Politics

The unexpected consequences of the peace

While the National Government denied that the murder of social leaders was a systematic phenomenon and the media published shallow information, a group of academics from the universities of Rosario and Columbia (United States) was assigned the task to study the evidence. The result was as follows: The reason was the change in balance of power in the areas left by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc). Following this “line of thought,” they found other facts.

Economics and Politics
The vote, a right dressed as duty

Voting is a right, and giving it up deepens society’s inequalities. Yann Basset, researcher, Universidad del Rosario, and Lina Guavita, a political scientist who graduated from the same institution, confirm this classic argument of electoral theory, revealing what has has historically occurred in Colombia.

Economics and Politics
Protectionism paralyzes the country’s foreign trade

Leading economists came together to evaluate the latest seventy years of the Colombian foreign trade system, thinking about the economic effects and the population’s welfare in the long term. The assessment showed that the measures that seek to protect some sectors affect others and the smaller actors of the same sector. Furthermore, exports have not been diversified. 

Economics and Politics
Observa JEP: The academy’s contribution to understanding the Special Jurisdiction for Peace

Three academic institutions combined knowledge to monitor and analyze decisions of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP, for its acronym in Spanish), from a legal perspective. One of its goals is to present to different audiences, specialized or not, the operation of this Court, in a didactic way, through virtual channels.

Economics and Politics
Inequality in Colombia does not give in

Although data are available, there has not been any analysis of income distribution in cities in the country, which could offer elements of public policy so that the mayors identify the best ways to reduce inequality. This Universidad del Rosario research study begins on that path.

Economics and Politics
The unexpected consequences of the peace

While the National Government denied that the murder of social leaders was a systematic phenomenon and the media published shallow information, a group of academics from the universities of Rosario and Columbia (United States) was assigned the task to study the evidence. The result was as follows: The reason was the change in balance of power in the areas left by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (Farc). Following this “line of thought,” they found other facts.

Economics and Politics
The vote, a right dressed as duty

Voting is a right, and giving it up deepens society’s inequalities. Yann Basset, researcher, Universidad del Rosario, and Lina Guavita, a political scientist who graduated from the same institution, confirm this classic argument of electoral theory, revealing what has has historically occurred in Colombia.

Economics and Politics
Protectionism paralyzes the country’s foreign trade

Leading economists came together to evaluate the latest seventy years of the Colombian foreign trade system, thinking about the economic effects and the population’s welfare in the long term. The assessment showed that the measures that seek to protect some sectors affect others and the smaller actors of the same sector. Furthermore, exports have not been diversified. 

Economics and Politics
Observa JEP: The academy’s contribution to understanding the Special Jurisdiction for Peace

Three academic institutions combined knowledge to monitor and analyze decisions of the Special Jurisdiction for Peace (JEP, for its acronym in Spanish), from a legal perspective. One of its goals is to present to different audiences, specialized or not, the operation of this Court, in a didactic way, through virtual channels.

Economics and Politics
Inequality in Colombia does not give in

Although data are available, there has not been any analysis of income distribution in cities in the country, which could offer elements of public policy so that the mayors identify the best ways to reduce inequality. This Universidad del Rosario research study begins on that path.

Economics and Politics
Death’s Trampoline: A violent inclusion path to the state

Sailing through the “umbilical cord” between Nariño and Putumayo challenges courage and is an X-ray of the political and cultural reality of the region.

Economics and Politics
Colombia seeks how to ‘get the most out of’ the Orange Economy

The concept of the Creative or Orange Economy is relatively new in the world, but there is great hope in its positive effects. Colombia is no stranger to this trend, which is why it has been studied in the country. Universidad del Rosario contributes to this research study.

Economics and Politics
Improvisation, a key tool in business organizations

Just as jazz musicians improvise their performances and get a great result, companies can give a fundamental place to actions that were not planned. Of course, they must know how to do so. This is the conclusion of a research that provides clues on how to act without having “rehearsed.”

Economics and Politics
Mechanism proposal to reactivate the agro-industry and dignify farmers

Professors from the Faculty of Law of the Universidad del Rosario consider that the figure known as emphyteusis could be the key to the great challenge of comprehensive rural reform in Colombia. It would allow farmers to own the land and a third party to invest to make it productive.

Economics and Politics

Legal mining also contributes to deforestation

The effects of illegal mining on the environment are a concern at a national level. However, little is known about how legal mining in the country contributes to deforestation and substantially so:...

Environment
More high impact science

Sergio Andrés Pulgarín Molina, the new vice-president and provost of Universidad del Rosario, accepts the challenge convinced that the institutional commitments can only be fulfilled by...

Science and Tech
The journalists facing the challenge of pain

Pain—inherent in human life—is one of the challenges faced by journalists in two ways: From their experience and from the tragedies of their sources. Should they report in such cases...

Society and Culture
The unexpected consequences of the peace

While the National Government denied that the murder of social leaders was a systematic phenomenon and the media published shallow information, a group of academics from the universities of Rosario...

Economics and Politics