3/17/2020 4:30 PM
| Fakulteta za management, Koper, Trg Brolo 12, lecture room B4
Dr. Mitja Stefančič
Is Russia fit enough for international financial relations?
Koper ǀ March 17th 2020 ǀ 16.30 PM Faculty of Management ǀ Trg Brolo 12 | lecture room B4
About the lecturer
Mitja Stefancic is currently working on projects related to knowledge transfer in Slovenia and in providing support in the internationalisation of SMEs. He holds an MPhil in ‘Modern Society and Global Transformations’ from the University of Cambridge. He was fellow in Political economy (“cultore della materia in economia politica”) at the University of Trieste.
He conducts research on social enterprises for the European Institute on Cooperative and Social Enterprises based in Trento, as well as on local institutions and ethnic minorities at the Slovene Research Institute in Trieste.
Mitja has been recently appointed as a co-editor of WEA Commentaries.
About the lecture
The presentation aims to answer the question on whether Russia is currently fit enough for entertaining financial relations on a global level and in particular with the EU countries. In order to provide a tentative answer, the focus will be on examining the financial and economic relations between Russia and two neighbouring countries that are both members of the EU yet are characterized by different development pathways in the post WWII period: namely, Slovenia and Italy.
Lecture will be in English.
The lecture will be delivered as part of the subject ''International financial relations'' in the Postgraduate Programme Economics and finance with Assis. prof. dr. Suzana Laporšek.