Economia Internazionale / International Economics
Economia Internazionale/International Economics is an international economic journal founded in 1948 by the the Institute for International Economics. The founders of the journal include the most important economists of the time: Einaudi, Amoroso, Bresciani Turroni, Corbino, D'Alauro, Del Vecchio, Fasiani, Iannaccone and Travaglini. The journal published not only the results of the researches carried out by the Institute but also articles by external contributors, on condition that they were of outstanding scientific value. The Institute produced a very high level scientific journal, written mainly in English, providing a vehicle for circulation among economists worldwide of the most rigorous scientific ideas and analysis models in the field of political economy and international economy in particular. In more than sixty years International Economics has published important contributions by scholars from all over the world (including papers by Nobel Prize winners) and it is one of the most widespread journal in the world.
Editor: Amedeo Amato
Editorial Board: Amedeo Amato, Giovanni D'Alauro - University of Genoa; Angela Procopio - Chamber of Commerce of Genoa
PERMANENT OBSERVATORY ON THE ECONOMIES OF THE MEDITERRANEAN
In 2008 the Chamber of Commerce of Genoa (Italy) - in the context of the Institute for International Economics which has been active since 1947 - set up the Permanent Observatory on the Economies of the Mediterranean. It was presented to firms and academics at a conference held on 21st November 2008 with the participation of the Italian Minister for Economic Development.
The objective was not to point the way to possible business opportunities but, more significantly and with a more long-term approach, to evaluate the prospects for the economies in question (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt) and carry out country-risk analyses on the basis of both macroeconomic indicators identified ad hoc and more qualitative observations on the business environment of each country. As regards the first aspect, the most appropriate methods had already been identified also on the basis of a series of proposals put forward by a network of international economists specialising in country-risk analysis (Economia Internazionale/International Economics No. 1/2009 - International Trade and Country Risk Analysis and No. 3/2009 - New Prospects for Internationalisation. A conference Report http://ideas.repec.org/s/ris/ecoint.html).
For the economies of the Mediterranean, the Observatory will provide systematic country-risk monitoring in both financial and economic terms and in terms of counterparty risks with the contribution of a network of economists from different countries, the Observatory will carry out research directed mainly at providing companies and policymakers with indications concerning prospects for the economy of the Southern Mediterranean coast.
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