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Economics in the land of lakes, caves, and castles

David Zilberman, professor, agriculture and resource economics | September 9, 2014

Slovenia is a small Slavic nation in the middle of Europe, between Latin and Germanic countries (Italy and Austria), and is an embodiment of all three. It has been under Austrian rule for 1000 years, and was freed by Napoleon, who is considered a hero (they have a nice statue of him there). I went … Continue reading »