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  • The Macro- and Socioeconomic Impact of the Syrian Crisis on Lebanon 

    Charafeddine, Raed H. (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2018-04)
    Because the blazing Syrian territories are the longest and only accessible borders to Lebanon, the Syrian crisis has had a direct and significant impact on Lebanon’s macro- and socioeconomic conditions. It has undermined ...
  • The Changing Politics of Central Banking: A Legal Perspective 

    Prates, Marcelo (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2016-06)
    Central banks around the world emerged from the financial crisis in a curious situation. On the one hand, central banks were criticized because they had not been able to anticipate or prevent the crisis. On the other hand, ...
  • Challenges Confronting Central Bankers Today 

    Hayes, Adam (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2016-07)
    The role of central banks in today’s global economy cannot be understated. These institutions hold great influence over important pieces of the economic engine, which in turn impact financial flows, access to credit, prices ...
  • The Global Politics of Central Banking: A View From Political Science 

    Lockwood, Erin (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2016-07)
    This paper reviews the political science literature on central banking from the early 1990s through the present, paying particular attention to the explicit or implicit conception of politics in the works reviewed. I begin ...
  • Africanizing Apartheid: Identity, Ideology, and State-Building in Post-Independence Africa 

    Miller, Jamie (Mario Einaudi Center for International Studies, 2015-04)
    Between 1968 and 1975, the leaders of white South Africa reached out to independent African leaders. Scholars have alternately seen these counterintuitive campaigns as driven by a quest for regional economic hegemony, ...

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