Topics in International Economics
(“laurea specialistica” in international economics)
December 1-2 2005
Topic 1: Economic integration and the location of economic activities
Topic 2: Economic integration and tax competition
Topic 3: European integration and the allocation of voting rights
Research seminar: A test of trade theories when expenditure is home biased
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