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The Institute for International Economics was officially opened in November 1946, attended by the Italian President Enrico De Nicola with the participation of authorities, economic operators and academics from all over Italy.
The Institute’s mission was to create a strong centre of scientific culture in international economics in Genova. The work of the Institute continues today promoting research in international economics with a view to contribute to its advancement.
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03 August 2018
Volume 71 - Issue 3
POLITICAL AND ECONOMIC ISSUES ON EUROPEAN PROBLEMS
Contents of this issue:
The Future of Europe: Economic and Social Prospects (Genoa, 20 October 2017) - Speakers' key papers (p. I-XVI)
Why a Eurozone Collapse should not be a Surprise: The Role of Germany and Greece
Financial Crisis, Banking Sector Performance and Economic Growth in the European Union
Fixing the Eurozone Setup: On Viable Forms of Fiscal Union
Among the Central and Eastern European Countries of the European Union, who Gained and who Lost?
The Exchange Rate Regime Switch and Current Account in Greece, 1976-2014
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