domingo, 29 de abril de 2012
miércoles, 27 de abril de 2011
La mayoría de inversionistas, ante incertidumbres con respecto a la moneda nacional (elecciones peruanas), deciden tomar al dolar como refugio, es decir empiezan a comprarlos.
Posteriormente, ante la escasez del dolar, este empieza a aumentar su valor (oferta y demanda: cada vez que escasea algún bien en el mercado, su valor tiende a subir).
Como consecuencia de este aumento de valor del dolar, la moneda nacional se devalúa con respecto al mismo: un dolar ya no va a costar 2.75, sino que puede llegar a costar 3,4, o 5 soles.
Ahora la moneda nacional (sol), con respecto al dolar, estará perdiendo posición. El dolar aumenta su precio y el sol pierde su valor (se devalúa).
Para detener la caída de la moneda nacional el BCR (BANCO CENTRAL DE RESERVA), sale a "subastar" los dolares que tiene como reserva en casos de crisis financiera; con el envío de dolares al mercado, al haber abundancia de estos, su precio empieza a bajar con respecto a la moneda nacional: el clima vuelve a la normalidad.
Sin embargo, no necesariamente funciona tan bien, ya que los inversionistas líderes pueden comprar nuevamente los dolares, generando que estos aumenten su valor, generando que el BCR realice la misma operación y así sucesivamente, generando un circulo vicioso :P
domingo, 17 de enero de 2010
Current researches have allowed us to divide the development of Contemporary Aboriginal Art in four periods. The first one was characterized by a controversial debate among some community members about the secret rituals, whose were prohibited for woman and uninitiated boys. The second period was focus on traditional ritual practice just like agriculture and also, nature. The next period had its main source of incomes in the large-scale canvases. The last one, which goes until now, has included lower-quality commercial paintings, perhaps there are still many high quality works based on the old style. Also, one of the most radical changes is that woman are allowed to work on it.
So far, despite those specialists about Aboriginal Art, there are still many collectors who can’t define a well-executed work of this art or understand its meaning.
Nevertheless, the most important lesson here is to respect native communities by trying to let them a reasonable space for their development as a culture. Otherwise, we would destroy their values and believes, which could produce resentment and rejection from these people to ways of civilization. Therefore, without respect and understanding we are not going to have the feedback we need between ancient cultures and our current establishment in order to get the productions of researchers and knowledge.
jueves, 12 de marzo de 2009
Perhaps, all in her life haven’t been happy events: she was agoraphobic (a kind of pathology, which produces a fear of open places), so Deen has to deal with this illness for many time, but the kitchen becomes in a kind of therapy for her.
Talking about the kind of food, which has became her in a kind of celebrity; it comes from a great tradition in his family, who are from the south of the country. Her grandmother taught her the best food is the simple one. Also she have bee trying to share the tradition with her sons: they have helped in the creation of a book (The Deen Family Cookbook) and the management of a restaurant.
Although there is a lot of popularity around her, she never has changed her personality. Even, she has been involving in the charity: she dropped off twenty-five thousand of proteins in the Savannah area.
In addition, one topic in the interview is the Authenticity or originality in the way she current, the type of food she makes and the methodology she use for teaching how to cook. From my point of view, this is the point that makes her attractive to people, who have felt in confidence and comfortable because of that.