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Volume Series "Short Notes", Department of Public Economics

This collection "Short Notes" consists of short, but incisive, contributions on themes dealing with economic analysis and policy, appealing to a wide audience. The objective of the series is to offer the reader the opportunity to acquire a rapid, but deeper and scientifically-based knowledge, about questions related to economic theory, the evaluation of political proposals and a comparison of a variety of points of view.
"Short Notes" is open to both members of the Department and external contributors. Papers should not exceed 20,000 characters, including spaces, and can be written in either Italian or English.
Publication proposals should be sent as pdf file to Prof. Annamaria Simonazzi (annamaria.simonazzi@uniroma1.it) accompanied by one (for internal contributors) or two (for external contributors) favourable evaluations on the part of members of the Department which support publication in this type of series.
Together with the pdf file, an abstract should be sent of a maximum of 500 characters, spaces included, in text (.txt) format.
The "Short Notes" are available under the Creative Commons license, Attribution- Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.5: Creative Common License 2.5.

Published "Short Notes"

28-11-2014
Il riformismo di Federico Caffè
Mario Tiberi
[segue]
23-12-2010
Structural Change and Productivity Growth
Dani Rodrik
[segue]
23-12-2010
The Political Trilemma of the World Economy
Dani Rodrik
[segue]
25-11-2010
Due Presidenti, due banchieri centrali, due crisi
Anna Simonazzi
[segue]
20-10-2010
Akerlof & Shiller, Animal spirits: a misnomer for their sound economics
D. Mario Nuti
[segue]
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