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Frequently neglected in the field of “comparative regionalist studies”, Maghrebi regionalism represents a complex phenomenon, which could provide interesting information concerning the “intersection of the international and domestic factors that shape the economic fortunes, security interests, and cultural activities of political actors” (Katzenstein 1996, 5).
Andrea Ranelletti has a PhD in “Political Studies” at “Sapienza” University of Rome. He is assistant professor in “Growth Economics” at “Sapienza” and in “Economics and Management of Innovation” at “Unitelma Sapienza”. His main areas of interest are International Political Economy, International Relations and Regional Integration Studies.
|Dimensions||17 × 24 cm|