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FEDERICI DANIELA - Professore Ordinario

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Department: Dipartimento: Economia e Giurisprudenza

Scientific Sector: SECS-P/02

Student reception: Settembre-Dicembre 2020: contattare la docente per e-mail

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  • Teaching International Economics and Globalization (91891)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Dual Degree Unicas - Epoka University
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Globalization has created new growth opportunities for companies by accessing resources and serving markets worldwide. Furthermore, Global value chains (GVCs) emerged as the paradigm for the international organization of production. For most goods and services, production is vertically fragmented across different countries and this reality gave rise to a significant new strand of research in international trade. Nowadays, GVCs are probably the most prominent feature of globalization.
    This course focuses on a) strategic and organizational challenges involved in managing activities across borders; b) impacts of the GVCs on international trade, investment patterns and competitiveness.
    The aim of the course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the evolution of foreign direct investments and the main drivers behind the significant expansion of GVCs in recent decades. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs.

    Reference books:
    Required texts:
    C.W. Hill, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, McGrave-Hill, 9E, 2013.

    Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anthony J. Venables, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton University Press, 2004. Chaps: 3, 4, 5.

    Amador J. and S. Cabral, Global Value Chains: A Survey of Drivers and Measures, Journal of Economic Surveys (2016) Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 278–301.

    Baldwin R. (2013), Global supply chains: why they emerged, why they matter, and where they are going. In WTO (2013), Global value chains in a changing world (Edited by D. K. Elms and P. Low)

    UNCTAD (2020), World Investment Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

    WTO (2020) Global Value Chain Development Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

  • Teaching International Economics and Globalization (91891)

    Primo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Dual Degree with Samara State University of Economics
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Globalization has created new growth opportunities for companies by accessing resources and serving markets worldwide. Furthermore, Global value chains (GVCs) emerged as the paradigm for the international organization of production. For most goods and services, production is vertically fragmented across different countries and this reality gave rise to a significant new strand of research in international trade. Nowadays, GVCs are probably the most prominent feature of globalization.
    This course focuses on a) strategic and organizational challenges involved in managing activities across borders; b) impacts of the GVCs on international trade, investment patterns and competitiveness.
    The aim of the course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the evolution of foreign direct investments and the main drivers behind the significant expansion of GVCs in recent decades. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs.

    Reference books:
    Required texts:
    C.W. Hill, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, McGrave-Hill, 9E, 2013.

    Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anthony J. Venables, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton University Press, 2004. Chaps: 3, 4, 5.

    Amador J. and S. Cabral, Global Value Chains: A Survey of Drivers and Measures, Journal of Economic Surveys (2016) Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 278–301.

    Baldwin R. (2013), Global supply chains: why they emerged, why they matter, and where they are going. In WTO (2013), Global value chains in a changing world (Edited by D. K. Elms and P. Low)

    UNCTAD (2020), World Investment Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

    WTO (2020) Global Value Chain Development Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

  • Teaching Economia internazionale (92762)

    Primo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economia e commercio
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    Topics to be covered include: Trade theories. Trade policy analysis. The Multinational Enterprises. Customs unions and economic integration. The balance of payments and exchange rate determination. Open-economy macroeconomics. International coordination of economic policies.

    Reference books:
    De Arcangelis G., Economia Internazionale (IV edizione) 2017, McGraw Hill Education.

  • Teaching International Economics and Globalization (91891)

    Secondo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Globalization has created new growth opportunities for companies by accessing resources and serving markets worldwide. Furthermore, Global value chains (GVCs) emerged as the paradigm for the international organization of production. For most goods and services, production is vertically fragmented across different countries and this reality gave rise to a significant new strand of research in international trade. Nowadays, GVCs are probably the most prominent feature of globalization.
    This course focuses on a) strategic and organizational challenges involved in managing activities across borders; b) impacts of the GVCs on international trade, investment patterns and competitiveness.
    The aim of the course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the evolution of foreign direct investments and the main drivers behind the significant expansion of GVCs in recent decades. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs.

    Reference books:
    Required texts:
    C.W. Hill, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, McGrave-Hill, 9E, 2013.

    Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anthony J. Venables, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton University Press, 2004. Chaps: 3, 4, 5.

    Amador J. and S. Cabral, Global Value Chains: A Survey of Drivers and Measures, Journal of Economic Surveys (2016) Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 278–301.

    Baldwin R. (2013), Global supply chains: why they emerged, why they matter, and where they are going. In WTO (2013), Global value chains in a changing world (Edited by D. K. Elms and P. Low)

    UNCTAD (2020), World Investment Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

    WTO (2020) Global Value Chain Development Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

  • Teaching International Economics and Globalization (91891)

    Secondo anno di Global economy and business (LM-56), Dual Degree Epoka University - Unicas
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    Globalization has created new growth opportunities for companies by accessing resources and serving markets worldwide. Furthermore, Global value chains (GVCs) emerged as the paradigm for the international organization of production. For most goods and services, production is vertically fragmented across different countries and this reality gave rise to a significant new strand of research in international trade. Nowadays, GVCs are probably the most prominent feature of globalization.
    This course focuses on a) strategic and organizational challenges involved in managing activities across borders; b) impacts of the GVCs on international trade, investment patterns and competitiveness.
    The aim of the course is to provide an in-depth understanding of the evolution of foreign direct investments and the main drivers behind the significant expansion of GVCs in recent decades. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms and the different methodologies used in the literature to map and measure GVCs.

    Reference books:
    Required texts:
    C.W. Hill, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, McGrave-Hill, 9E, 2013.

    Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anthony J. Venables, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton University Press, 2004. Chaps: 3, 4, 5.

    Amador J. and S. Cabral, Global Value Chains: A Survey of Drivers and Measures, Journal of Economic Surveys (2016) Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 278–301.

    Baldwin R. (2013), Global supply chains: why they emerged, why they matter, and where they are going. In WTO (2013), Global value chains in a changing world (Edited by D. K. Elms and P. Low)

    UNCTAD (2020), World Investment Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

    WTO (2020) Global Value Chain Development Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3)

  • Teaching International economics and globalization part I (92048)

    Secondo anno di Economics and Entrepreneurship (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Credits (CFU): 6,00

    Program:
    Globalization has created new growth opportunities for companies by accessing resources and serving markets worldwide. Furthermore, Global value chains (GVCs) emerged as the paradigm for the international organization of production. For most goods and services, production is vertically fragmented across different countries and this reality gave rise to a significant new strand of research in international trade.
    This course focuses on a) strategic and organizational challenges involved in managing activities across borders and b) an in-depth understanding of the evolution of foreign direct investments. It will look at theories concerning the existence and pattern of multinational firms. Hints on the phenomenon of the global value chain.

    Reference books:
    Required texts:
    C.W. Hill, International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace, McGrave-Hill, 9E, 2013.
    Giorgio Barba Navaretti and Anthony J. Venables, Multinational Firms in the World Economy, Princeton University Press, 2004. Chaps: 3, 4, 5.
    UNCTAD (2020), World Investment Report 2019 (Chaps. 1, 2 and 3).

  • Teaching Economia internazionale (92762)

    Secondo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economia e commercio
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    Topics to be covered include: Trade theories. Trade policy analysis. The Multinational Enterprises. Customs unions and economic integration. The balance of payments and exchange rate determination. Open-economy macroeconomics. International coordination of economic policies.

    Reference books:
    De Arcangelis G., Economia Internazionale (IV edizione) 2017, McGraw Hill Education.

  • Teaching Economia internazionale (91913)

    Terzo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economia e commercio
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    Topics to be covered include: Trade theories. Trade policy analysis. The Multinational Enterprises. Customs unions and economic integration. The balance of payments and exchange rate determination. Open-economy macroeconomics. International coordination of economic policies.

    Reference books:
    De Arcangelis G., Economia Internazionale (IV edizione) 2017, McGraw Hill Education.

  • Teaching Economia internazionale (91913)

    Terzo anno di ECONOMIA AZIENDALE CASSINO - VIA SANT'ANGELO CAMPUS FOLCARA 03043 (L-18), Scienze gestionali e amministrative d'impresa
    Credits (CFU): 9,00

    Program:
    Topics to be covered include: Trade theories. Trade policy analysis. The Multinational Enterprises. Customs unions and economic integration. The balance of payments and exchange rate determination. Open-economy macroeconomics. International coordination of economic policies.

    Reference books:
    De Arcangelis G., Economia Internazionale (IV edizione) 2017, McGraw Hill Education.

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