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Proceedings of the XX April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development
In press

M.: National Research University Higher School of Economics, 2019.

Structural changes and economic growth in the world economy and Russia

Mironov V., Konovalova L.

Russian Journal of Economics. 2019. Vol. 5. P. 1-26.

Book chapter
Russia's transition to an innovation-based growth: problems and opportunities
In press

Simachev Y. V., Kuzyk M. G.

In bk.: Modeling economic growth in contemporary Russia. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2019.

Working paper
Corrupt Reserve Prices

Sümeyra A., Podkolzina E., Schoors K.

Working Papers of Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. 19/961. Ghent University, Belgium, 2019

FES International Research Seminar Series with Professor Assaf Razin, Tel Aviv University, Israel

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Our next speaker in the FES International Research Seminar Series is Assaf Razin, who is a Professor of Economics at Tel Aviv University.

Speaker: Assaf Razin, Tel Aviv University

Financial Globalization and the Welfare State

The abstractFinancial globalization has first-order effects on the international allocation of capital. The greater ease of the country’s access to the world financial markets tends to downscale the scope and size of the welfare-state redistribution system., Financial globalization also triggers a race-to-bottom tax competition which further downscale the welfare state., However, the system, endogenously determined by majority voting,  acts as a device that compensates the financial-globalization losers, at the expense of the winners, in a way that financial globalization generates, in effect, Pareto improving changes. This review is about how economists should think about the connection between globalization and the welfare state, with strong motivating historical examples and empirical facts, and non-technical analytics.

Date: September 17, 2018

Time: 13:40-15:00

Venue: Shabolovka campus, room 3209

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