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Economia Internazionale /International Economics is an open access peer reviewed journal on international economic issues. It is committed to publish theoretical and empirical works on international trade, the international monetary system, open economy macroeconomics, international finance as well as international political economy.
More specifically, the Journal also encourages submissions of papers that promote an effective integration of international economics in a broad sense with related fields such as industrial organization, transportation economics, environmental economics, market regulation and political economy. The Journal also encourages the submission of high-quality surveys.
Economia Internazionale/International Economics, edited by the Chamber of Commerce of Genova since 1948, is published quarterly.
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Latest issue available for consultation and download:
November, No. 4 - 2023 volume 76
J. Thornton - Y. Altunbaş - C. Vasilakis – More Foreign Aid, Less Financial Development
S. Mieli - Jean-François Melon Contribution to the Theory of Public Debt: A Fil Rouge Connecting the Economic Debate from the 18th Century until this Day
R. Masera - The Challenges Eurozone Stagflation Poses for Households, Businesses and High-Debt Countries: Some Possible Solutions
G.B. Pittaluga - The Genova Conference of 1922: A Reassessment after 100 Years
R. Marra - A Carthaginian Peace. John Maynard Keynes on the Effects of the Treaty of Versailles
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