A decade after the outbreak of the global economic crisis, the deepest since the Great Depression, a question remains open: what has changed in the international economy? For some analysts, there is a shared feeling of a return to business as usual. That is partially true if we consider, especially after many bailout experiences and […]
Roberto AZ Borghi
Roberto Alexandre Zanchetta Borghi is Professor of Economics at the
University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Brazil, and PhD in Development
Studies from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. His research
areas include development, international and industrial economics.