University Roma Tre
Anna Giunta holds a Master of Science in Economics (University of Southern California, Los Angeles) and a Ph.D in Development Economics (Centro di Specializzazione e Ricerche Economico-Agrarie per il Mezzogiorno, Portici, Naples). She is Full Professor of Applied Economics, Department of Economics, University Roma Tre. Her current research interests are: firms’ organization and internationalization; firms’ boundaries and ICT; global value chains; industrial and regional policy evaluation.
Articles by Anna Giunta:
Being in a global value chain: Hell or heaven?
15 December 2012, 12623 reads
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