OEET è lieto di annunciare il seminario di Gianni Vaggi (Università di Pavia) , dal titolo "Gli obiettivi di sviluppo sostenibile e le sfide della global partnership" . Il seminario avrà luogo Giovedì 8 marzo 2018, alle ore 10, Palazzina Einaudi, Aula 5, Lungo Dora 100, Torino. 

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OEET is happy to announce the seminar of Ehtisham Ahmad (LSE & Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment) on "Fiscal Underpinnings of Sustainable Development in China". It will take place on January 15, 2018, at  2.30 pm, in room 3D136 (seminar room), third floor, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Torino.

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OEET è lieto di annunciare il seminario di Michele Boario (United Nations Industrial Development Organization-UNIDO) , dal titolo "Commercio internazionale e investimenti esteri: sfide e opportunità per il Myanmar" . Il seminario avrà luogo lunedì 16 ottobre 2017, alle ore 16, aula F4, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora 100, Torino. 

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OEET is appy to announce the seminar of Prof. Augusto Ninni (University of Parma) on “Emerging countries in global value chains: the leading role of China in the photovoltaic industry". It will take place on October 9 2017, at 4pm, in room C4, ground floor, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Torino.

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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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