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New challenges in international economics and finance

Rebeca Jiménez-Rodríguez and María A. Prats

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Abstract: This Special Issue brings together 13 papers that examine a variety of central topics in the field of international economics and finance. These papers were presented at the 23rd Conference on International Economics held in Málaga (Spain) on 16th–17th June 2022. The conference was organised by the Spanish Association of International Economics and Finance (AEEFI) and the University of Málaga. The selected papers make up an interesting and revealing set of information to study the new challenges of the international economics and finance in a context especially marked by the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, the climate change, the challenge posed by the COVID-19 crisis and the instability unleashed after the invasion of Ukraine in 2022. From different perspectives, the papers analyse how events that have particularly affected the evolution of the world economy have substantially altered the rules of international trade, foreign direct investment, as well as monetary, fiscal or sectoral policy. The conference included two keynote lectures by Per Krusell (Institute for International Economic Studies, Stockholm University) and Fabio Canova (Norwegian Business School and Budapest School for Central Banking Studies), as well as 97 selected contributions.

Keywords: international economics; international finance (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: F3 G3 J1 M40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 6 pages
Date: 2023-09-01
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Published in World Economy, 1, September, 2023, 46(9), pp. 2558 - 2563. ISSN: 0378-5920

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