Manuel Correa

Manuel Correa
University of Granada | UGR · Departamento de Economía Aplicada

PhD

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There is much debate as to why economics students display more self-interested behavior than other students: whether homo economicus self-select into economics or students are instead “indoctrinated” by economics learning, and whether these effects impact on preferences or beliefs about others’ behavior. Using a classroom survey (n>500) with novel...
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In the study of human motivations, self-interest is often seen as a determining factor and opposed to other-interest. Recently a new conceptualization has been proposed in which both interests can occur at the same time. In order to measure these constructs, the Self-and Other-Interest Inventory (SOII; Gerbasi & Prentice, 2013) was created, which h...
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There is much debate as to why economics students display more self-interested behavior than other students: whether homo economicus self-select into economics or students are instead "indoctrinated" by economics learning, and whether these effects impact on preferences or beliefs about others' behavior. Using a classroom survey (n>500) with novel...
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There is much debate as to why economics students display more self-interested behavior than other students: whether homo economicus self-select into economics or students are instead “indoctrinated” by economics learning, and whether these effects impact on preferences or beliefs about others’ behavior. Using a classroom survey (n>500) with novel...
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Fragility fractures (FF) are the main clinical consequence of osteoporosis. FF lead to a loss in quality of life (QL), increased dependency and higher costs due to loss of productivity. Despite this, very few studies have been performed about the indirect or social costs of FF. The objective of this review was to systematically synthesize published...
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Objective: To identify the characteristics, motivations and employment implications ç among graduates of Masters programmes in health-economics (MPHE). Method: The most renowned MPHE in Spain were contacted to assist in this research study. Participants submitted an online survey comprising 30 items designed specifically for the purpose. Our sam...
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PurposeWe analyze the influence of the dramatic changes in the Spanish labor market during the crisis on the perceived health of the Spanish population. Methods We use the longitudinal Living Conditions Survey database and multilevel longitudinal logistic models between 2007 and 2011, before and during the economic crisis in one of the European cou...
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Objective: The aim of this paper is to study the opportunity costs (OC) that are involved in being a caregiver and to compare them with the direct costs assumed by the State and the families. We evaluate direct cost (those that imply a payment-out-of-pocket) and indirect cost (those that imply a dedication in time). We hypothesized that costs incr...
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Patience—low delay discounting—has been shown to predict cooperative behavior in environments where cooperation demands the suppression of competitive aspirations. But what about intergroup-conflict situations, where within-group cooperation is importantly motivated by competitive sentiments against other groups? We analyze the connection between d...
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Abstract Objective The aim of this paper is to study the opportunity costs (OC) that are involved in being a caregiver and to compare them with the direct costs assumed by the State and the families. We evaluate direct cost (those that imply a payment-out-of-pocket) and indirect cost (those that imply a dedication in time). We hypothesized that cos...
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The objective of this article is to provide an innovative and dynamic technique to teach strategic behavior in one of the most characteristic traits of the oligopolistic market: the cartel, in particular the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) cartel. We propose a classroom game consisting of a role playing game with 12–48 students...
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The aim of this study was to provide a brief overview of the most controversial aspects of the Spanish Act of Promotion of Personal Autonomy and Long-Term Care 39/2006, which, in the last few years, has led to heated debates between the state and the autonomous regions. Because of the funding problems due to initial poor planning, the decline of co...
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Patience—low delay discounting—has been shown to predict cooperative behavior in environments where cooperation demands the suppression of competitive aspirations. But what about intergroup-conflict situations, where within-group cooperation is importantly motivated by competitive sentiments against other groups? We analyze the connection between d...
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Introduction: The system for the Promotion of Personal Autonomy and Care of Dependent Persons established by Act 39/2006 is funded through private contributions of dependent individuals and earmarked transfers in three main funds: a minimum level, an agreed level distributed among the various autonomous regions according to their relative needs, a...
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The system for the Promotion of Personal Autonomy and Care of Dependent Persons established by Act 39/2006 is funded through private contributions of dependent individuals and earmarked transfers in three main funds: a minimum level, an agreed level distributed among the various autonomous regions according to their relative needs, and a further vo...
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El Sistema para la Autonomía y Atención a la Dependencia que establece la Ley de la Dependencia se financia, además de las aportaciones de los dependientes, mediante transferencias finalistas en tres fondos principales: un nivel mínimo, un nivel acordado y otras aportaciones adicionales. Los recursos del nivel acordado se están distribuyendo, entre...
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Resumen: El presente póster muestra una experiencia de prácticas llevada a cabo en la asignatura Economía del primer curso del Grado en Ingeniería de la Edificación. El objetivo perseguido es que el alumnado se interese y se motive por el aprendizaje de una materia que percibe como irrelevante para su formación. El póster narra las prácticas realiz...

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The aims of this study is to describe the socio-economic profile of people who suffer from Diabetic Macular Edema (DME) in the Spanish population, to determine the Social Cost (SC) that are assumed by these people, and which are the main drivers that determine those SC; and to find out factors that can potentially reduce the SC of DME. We consider that this information is useful to value the contribution of accurate treatments to reduce SC and this information is also useful for policy makers.