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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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Volume 70 - Issue 2
The Effect of Labor Market Freedom and other Factors on U.S. Settlement Pattern Decisions of Undocumented Immigrants, 2012 and 2014
Determinants of the Relative Importance of Education in Low-Income and Lower-Middle Income Countries
On the Protection of Investment Capital During Financial Crisis in the South African Equity Market: A Risk-Based Asset Allocation Approach
The Impact of Financial Development on Investment in Botswana: an ARDL-Bounds Testing Approach
Systemic Analysis of Trade Liberalisation: Policy Entreprenuership and Behavioural Variables in a Two-Legal Game Framework
FDI, Export Sophistications, and Export Upgrading in Emerging Economies: Evidence from Chinese ManufacturingsContents
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