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Raul Caruso

Raul Caruso
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Vita e Pensiero
Raul Caruso è professore di Economia Internazionale presso l’Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore. Nato ad Avellino, ha studiato a Napoli, Leuven e Milano. È stato insignito dello Stuart Bremer Award nel 2004, del Premio Isimbardi nel 2011, del Premio Capri-San Michele e della NEPS medal nel 2017. Dirige negli USA la rivista di economia della Pace Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, ed è responsabile del capitolo italiano di EPS (Economists for Peace and Security). Inoltre, è Executive Director del Network of European Peace Scientists e direttore del Centro Europeo di Scienza della Pace, Integrazione e Cooperazione (CESPIC). È anche editorialista di Avvenire.
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The Long-Term Evolution of Regional Manufacturing Specialization in Italy digital
Year: 2022
This paper contributes to the literature on the evolution of manufacturing specialization by analysing a panel of Italian regions over the 1951-2011 period. For this purpose, we create an original dataset combining seven different census data records on Italian industry released periodically by the National Statistics Institute (ISTAT)...
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A Hypothesis on Poverty Change in Albania (2007-2016) digital
Year: 2020
The aim of this paper is to investigate the poverty changes in Albania using data coming from the Household Budget Surveys conducted in 2007-2016 by the Albanian National Statistics Institute (INSTAT). In particular, we employ both static and dynamic approaches to evaluate the effect of growth and inequality on poverty variation both at national and macro-region level...
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Is Corruption Detrimental for Stock Returns? Evidence from a Panel of Latin American Firms (2004-2013): A Note digital
Year: 2017
This paper empirically investigates the impact of national level of corruption on stock returns for a panel of listed firms in Latina America for the period 2004-2013. Two measures of corruption are used...
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Spillover of Military Regimes in Sub-Saharan Africa digital
Year: 2015
We analyse institutional spillover in military regimes in Sub-Saharan Africa, from 1972 through 2007, by means of a Markov chain transition model. This method allows us to study in a unified framework both the occurrence and the persistence of military dictatorships...
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Beyond deterrence and decline towards a general understanding of peace economics digital
Year: 2015
The aim of this short article is to provide elements for a general discussion on peace economics and its potential contribution to economics and economic policy. I first present a discussion on deterrence equilibria and consequent allocation of resources...
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The Impact of International Economic Sanctions on Trade Empirical Evidence over the Period 1960-2000 digital
Year: 2005
International economic sanctions are a recurring feature of political interactions. This paper provides, through a gravity model approach, an estimation of the impact of sanctions on international trade. The study reports panel estimates between the US and 49 target countries over the period 1960- 2000, inclusive. The results show that extensive sanctions have a large negative impact on bilateral trade, while this is not the case for limited and moderate sanctions. A second estimation focuses on the impact of unilateral US sanctions on bilateral trade between target countries and the other G-7 countries. The results show that unilateral extensive sanctions have also a large negative impact, while limited ones induce a slight positive effect on other G-7 countries trade. In the first case the hypothesis of negative ‘network effects’ is confirmed, while in the latter the sanctions-busting argument should be defended.
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