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Review of International Economics

Review of International Economics

Edited By:Peter H. Egger

Vol 25(5 Issues in 2017 )

Print ISSN: 0965-7576

Online ISSN: 1467-9396

Impact Factor: 1.060

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The Review of International Economics is devoted to the publication of high-quality articles covering a full range of topics in international economics including both controversial and innovative ideas and detailed contributions from other directly related fields such as economic development; trade and the environment; and political economy. Whether theoretical, empirical or policy oriented, its relevance to real world problems is a paramount concern.

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  • trade theory
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  • multinational firms
  • economic integration
  • exchange rates
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  • agricultural trade
  • open economy macro issues
  • WTO negotiations
  • adjustment problems of transition economies

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