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Inequality and Online Trade

Marcelo Olarreaga, Professor of Economics, University of Geneva and CEPR, London

Income inequality is a worldwide challenge. Distance to markets is a particular challenge for both small companies and the NORA-region. Marcelo Olarreaga, Professor at the University of Geneva and a former World Bank Economist, see them in combination when analyzing the potential impact of online trade and how it potentially could benefit small companies in remote areas.

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