REGIONS, FIRMS AND INSTITUTIONS IN THE WORLD ECONOMY
The increasing international interdependence of regions, firms, and institutions characterizes the world economy. International integration gives countries the opportunity to raise economic welfare while, at the same time, increasing the exposure to shocks from abroad. The aim of the conference is to study the process of international integration, its obstacles, and its implications for economic policies. The conference will be accompanied by a workshop for Ph.D. Students.