IT&FA is a multi-disciplinary association that welcomes scholars and professionals from economics and finance, as well as all other areas of business, law, communications and other disciplines with an interest in globalization and the global economy.  Our membership spans 30 countries and the list is continually expanding.  

We welcome you to join and gain the benefits of IT&FA membership, which also includes access to the Global Economy Journal and access to Mondo, the Data Science platform dedicated to international business (available through our partnership with CIRANO, Montreal, Canada)


Forthcoming Events


Past Seminars

Irene Finel-HonigmanRedefining Globalization: Post-Pandemic Realignments and New ParadigmsTuesday December 8, 2020, 11 AM – 12 PM EDT
Marta Bengoa CalvoRegional Migration in China: A Machine Learning Approach to the Hukou SystemThursday November 19, 2020, 11 AM – 12 PM EDT
Aleksandar Stojkov / Thierry WarinAn NLP Perspective on the Refugee Crisis in Europe: The (Weak) Connection Between Political Media and Twitter ActivityThursday October 22, 2020, 11 AM – 12 PM EDT
Pompeo Della PostaThe Revival of the Target Zone Theory
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Tue January 12 2021

Global Economy Journal AND Mondo Cirano Access

Member Access to Global Economy Journal

Access to Global Economy Journal at World Scientific Publishing’s website

ITFA members have access to our Conference journal that is part of the annual dues. Please register an account with World Scientific Publishing to access the journal’s full text.

With this account, you can access the journal directly at

Here’s how it works:

When member clicks on the URL link, members who have registered with ITFA can then create and access an account with You will just need to create/sign in to your account.

Mondo Cirano is a data platform dedicated to Data Science for International Business. For researchers and educators in International Trade and Finance.

Past Seminars

Regional Migration in China: A Machine Learning Approach

Redefining Globalization: Post Pandemic Realignments

Revival of Target Zone Theory

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