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New paper on economic growth and cancer incidence


A new paper has been accepted by Ecological Economics! The paper, by Tommaso Luzzati (REMARC), Angela Parenti and Tommaso Rughi, is titled “Economic growth and cancer incidence”. Abstract Why do we observe increasing rates of new cancer cases? Is the increasing burden of …


New book chapter about the Ilva case in Taranto


Elisa Giuliani and Chiara Macchi write about the Ilva case in Taranto and suggest that while European countries have long been considered a stronghold of welfare societies, these countries may in fact face difficulties in ensuring respect and promotion of …


EIBA 2017: Human rights controversies and emerging country firms


Federica Nieri’s paper on “Human rights controversies and emerging country firms” has been accepted for presentation at the forthcoming European International Business Academy (EIBA) Annual Meeting in Milan (14-16 December). The paper asks whether emerging country firms’ financial performance influences …