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EMEA Paper on the “Demand and Supply Exposure Through Global Value Chains” accepted for publication by The World Economy

EMEA Paper on the “Demand and Supply Exposure Through Global Value Chains” accepted for publication by The World Economy

We are happy to announce that the EMEA policy paper “Demand and Supply Exposure through Global Value Chains: Euro-Mediterranean Countries during COVID“, has been accepted for publication by The World Economy Journal.

The paper attempts to examine how the pandemic affects emerging markets through GVCs. The paper focuses on some Euro-Mediterranean countries that are fairly-well integrated and, to a certain extent, have developed a number of GVCs between the two shores of the Mediterranean.

The paper was co-authored by Prof. Rym Ayadi, EMEA President and EMNES Director, Senior Advisor, CEPS, Chahir Zaki, Associate Professor of Economics at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University, Director of the French section at the faculty, EMEA expert and EMNES Director for Egypt, Prof. Giorgia Giovannetti, Vice President for international Relationships of the University of Florence, Professor of Economics at the University of Florence, EMEA expert and member of EMNES Scientific Committee, Enrico Marvasi, Assistant Professor at the University of Florence and EMNES Fellow, and  Giulio Vannelli Ph.D. candidate in international economics at the University of Trento and the University of Florence, EMNES Fellow.

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Link to publication at The World Economy