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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.
28 December 2021
We congratulate and welcome the new Members of the Scientific Council: Eugenia Baroncelli (Università di Bologna, Italy) Lorenzo Bini...Read the news
28 December 2021
Dear readers, It is an honour for me to assume the Directorate of Economia Internazionale/International...Read the news
02 November 2021
Three months after the sad passing of Professor Amato, the Chamber of Commerce of Genova has appointed Professor Giovanni Battista Pittaluga as the...Read the news
03 May 2022
Volume 75 - Issue 2
In this issue:
The Future of the European Union
Should Serbia Join the European Union, and what Cost might this Entail?
A Behaviour of South Africa’s Economy towards Inflows of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) from Brazil, Russia, India and China (Brics) Economies
Life Insurance and Economic Growth in South Africa
Military Spending and Inequality in South Africa: An ARDL Bound Testing Approach to CointegrationContents
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