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Livello di sviluppo e processi demografici: un confronto fra Albania e Grecia dalla fine della seconda guerra mondiale ai nostri giorni


  • Antonio Cortese


Tra i paesi del Mediterraneo esistono talvolta differenze profonde nei livelli di sviluppo. Queste differenze influenzano i processi demografici e questi a loro volta influiscono sui divari di sviluppo. Nel lavoro si esamina il caso dell’Albania e quello della Grecia che alla fine della seconda guerra mondiale presentavano una situazione non molto dissimile. Oggi le differenze sono invece profonde con la Grecia facente parte dell’area euro e l’Albania che, con l’apertura delle frontiere, ha alimentato grosse correnti migratorie verso l’estero che hanno in gran parte riguardato proprio il paese ellenico

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  • Antonio Cortese, 2009. "Livello di sviluppo e processi demografici: un confronto fra Albania e Grecia dalla fine della seconda guerra mondiale ai nostri giorni," Departmental Working Papers of Economics - University 'Roma Tre' 0106, Department of Economics - University Roma Tre.
  • Handle: RePEc:rtr:wpaper:0106

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    Sviluppo economico e sviluppo demografico; Migrazioni internazionali;

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    • J1 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demographic Economics

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