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OEET is happy to announce that the 4th Workshop on Emerging Economies was held in Turin on May 15-16, 2017 (Sala Lauree Rossa, Campus Luigi Einaudi). You can download the presentations below, by clicking on each title.

 

 May 15, 2017

h 14.00 - 14.15 Registration and opening of the workshop


h 14.15 - 17.15 Session 1

Chairman: Lino Sau (University of Turin and OEET)


Julien Vercueil (INALCO, Paris), Emerging Economies, emerging processes, and rents: some remarks on the Russian case.
Discussant: Augusto Ninni (University of Parma, OEET and IEFE, Bocconi University)

Giovanni Andrea Cornia (University of Florence), Can countries escape low-level equilibrium poverty traps? The case of Bangladesh and Niger.
Discussant: Alexander Jordan (University of Turin)

Francesca Spigarelli (University of Macerata), Should we keep calling them Emerging Economies ? Rise and fall of a taxonomy. Some comments on the Chinese case.
Discussant: Giovanni Balcet (University of Turin and OEET)


h 17.15 - 17.30 Coffee break


h 17.30 - 19.30 Round table: “Italy meets India, India meets Italy: corporate strategies”

Chair: Marco Sodano (La Stampa)

Silvio Angori (CEO, Pininfarina S.p.A.), Stefano Namari (Studio Namari and Cornaglia Group), Luca Pignatelli (Head of the Centre of Economic Studies, Unione Industriale Torino).


h. 20:15 Workshop dinner

 

 May 16, 2017

Session 2

Chairman: Piercarlo Frigero (University of Turin)


h. 9.00 – 11.00

Jan Priewe (University of Applied Sciences, Berlin), How to define emerging economies and how to distinguish them from 'developed'?
Discussant: Elena Vallino (University of Turin and OEET)

Donatella Saccone (University of Turin and OEET), Emerging economies: what, who and why.
Discussant: Lino Sau (University of Turin and OEET)


h 11.00 - 11.15 Coffee break


h 11.15 – 13.00

Vittorio Valli (University of Turin and OEET), Emerged and emerging economies: the cases of South Korea and Indonesia.
Discussant: Giuseppe Gabusi (University of Turin and T.wai)

Michele Boario (United Nations Industrial Development Organization), Is Myanmar an emerging economy? Suggestions from a comparison with Vietnam and Thailand.
Discussant: Nicholas Farrelly (The Australian National University, University of Turin, and T.wai)


h 13.00 Light lunch

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