Dynamics of International Economic Integration

The book is an expansion of previously published book "Modelling international economic integration and regional economic development: an oscillation theory approach".

Dynamics of International Economic Integration

Author: Ravshanbek Dalimov

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

ISBN: 9783838380971

Page: 276

View: 750

The book is an expansion of previously published book "Modelling international economic integration and regional economic development: an oscillation theory approach". The book carefully proposes an idea that an inter-disciplinary approach is probably the best and, at least, correct way of treating the dynamics of economic integration. Theories of economic integration and competition, oscillation theory, predator-prey model, telegraph, heat and Navier-Stoxes equations were successfully implemented towards the dynamics of economic integration, trade creation and diversion effects and regional dynamics.

European Economic Integration as a Challenge to Industry and Government

The EU Single Market and the opening up of Eastern Europe offer a chance to create a truly pan-European market economy. In this respect, many lessons can be learned from early 20th-century developments in Europe.

European Economic Integration as a Challenge to Industry and Government

Author: Richard Tilly

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642800149

Page: 558

View: 505

The EU Single Market and the opening up of Eastern Europe offer a chance to create a truly pan-European market economy. In this respect, many lessons can be learned from early 20th-century developments in Europe. Bearing this in mind, the authors analyze the fragility of international trade, financial investment and foreign relations in and across Europe, from both a contemporary and historical perspective. In a period of increased migration and higher capital mobility, the major OECD countries are faced with such issues as monetary integration, the role of banks and the requirement for structural adjustment. Even more complex is the integration of Russia. Policymakers and the business community alike are presented simultaneously with unique opportunities and unique challenges - with old and new pitfalls looming.

Turkey and the European Union

The contributors tackle the thorny issues of Cyprus, Turkey's attitude towards a common defence policy and Turkish parliamentarians' views on the nation's relations with the European Union.

Turkey and the European Union

Author: Ali Carkoglu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135761191

Page: 200

View: 216

These papers examine the history behind Turkey's application for EU membership. The contributors tackle the thorny issues of Cyprus, Turkey's attitude towards a common defence policy and Turkish parliamentarians' views on the nation's relations with the European Union.

Asia Pacific and Latin America Dynamics of Regional Integration and International Cooperation

Abstract .-- Introduction .

Asia Pacific and Latin America  Dynamics of Regional Integration and International Cooperation

Author: Akio Hosono

Publisher:

ISBN:

Page:

View: 499

Abstract .-- Introduction .-- I. Analytical approach and main topics .-- II. Building institutions for economic integration and expanding intra-regional economic relations in East Asia and Latin America .-- III. Dynamics of Industry development in East Asia, economic integration, and international cooperation .-- IV. Dynamics of industrial development and international cooperation in Latin America .-- V. Concluding remarks: toward closer economic relations between Asia Pacific and Latin America.

East Asian Economic Integration

'This book offers a fascinating exploration of the contradictions of East Asian economic integration: a topic of enormous contemporary significance to observers of world political and economic affairs.

East Asian Economic Integration

Author: Ross P. Buckley

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1849808694

Page: 352

View: 530

'This book offers a fascinating exploration of the contradictions of East Asian economic integration: a topic of enormous contemporary significance to observers of world political and economic affairs. The collection provides an unusually rigorous and systematic treatment of this important topic, drawing on contributions from an impressive array of experts. It will provide a valuable resource for students, scholars and other observers seeking deeper understanding of the contemporary dynamics and challenges of East Asian integration.' - Kate MacDonald, University of Melbourne, Australia 'East Asia is a crucial part of the global economy. This book analyses three key elements of East Asian economic integration: trade, investment and international finance. The authors are leading experts in their fields. Their book represents an important addition to the literature on a subject of fundamental importance both regionally and globally.' - Bradly J. Condon, ITAM, Mexico City This book analyses recent developments and likely future paths for trade and financial integration in East Asia. It suggests a more coherent, balanced way forward for regional economic integration and analyses implications for institution building in East Asia. East Asia has achieved a high degree of intra-regional trade, investment and GDP correlation, through an expanding web of free trade agreements and production networks. However, financially, most regional economies are linked more closely to North America and Europe than to each other. As trade integration has accelerated, financial and monetary integration has not kept pace. East Asian Economic Integration analyses potential reasons and remedies for this phenomenon through a multidisciplinary framework of law, politics and economics. This comprehensive book will appeal to researchers and students in political science, international relations, trade law, international finance law, and regional studies generally. It will also be of great interest to regional

Turkey and the European Union

This text examines the history behind Turkey's application for EU membership.

Turkey and the European Union

Author: Ali Carkoglu

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780203011485

Page: 200

View: 627

This text examines the history behind Turkey's application for EU membership. The contributors tackle the thorny issues of Cyprus, Turkey's attitude towards a common defence policy and Turkish parliamentarians' views on the nation's relations with the European Union.

Evolving Diversity and Interdependence of Capitalisms

This book integrates three levels of political–economic analysis: first a comparative institutional analysis of the varieties of capitalism in both Europe and Asia, second a macroeconomic analysis of industrial structural change and ...

Evolving Diversity and Interdependence of Capitalisms

Author: Robert Boyer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 4431550011

Page: 490

View: 956

This book integrates three levels of political–economic analysis: first a comparative institutional analysis of the varieties of capitalism in both Europe and Asia, second a macroeconomic analysis of industrial structural change and economic dynamics of the national economies in Europe and Asia, and then an encompassing analysis of international production linkages and international financial instability which determine the long-term patterns of regional integration in Europe and Asia. The comparison of the European Union and ASEAN delivers some key conditions for a viable long-term regional economic integration to cope with contrasted capitalisms and growth regimes: either pragmatism in the choice of an exchange rate regime, or a form of fiscal federalism. The reader will also find a genuine analysis of the dynamism of the Chinese economy, a study on institutional changes and de-industrialization in Japan, and the increasing international production linkages among China, Japan, Korea, and ASEAN. It is shown how the enlargement of the European Union and the Euro triggered the diverging competitiveness and macroeconomic performances that led to the crisis of a six decades long economic and political process. This book is the result of long lasting Asian–European collaborative research. It is a milestone in the historical and comparative analysis along the régulation theory that aims at understanding the long-run transformations, renewed diversity and interdependence of capitalisms.

The Theory of Economic Integration

First published in 1962, The Theory of Economic Integration provides an excellent exposition of a complex and far-reaching topic.

The Theory of Economic Integration

Author: Bela Balassa

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780415681247

Page: 304

View: 620

First published in 1962, The Theory of Economic Integration provides an excellent exposition of a complex and far-reaching topic. Professor Balassa has been remarkably successful in covering so much ground with such care and balance, in a treatment which is neither in any way abstruse nor unnecessarily technical. His book will interest economists in Europe by reason of its subject and treatment, but it is also a valuable and reliable textbook for students tackling integration as part of a course of International Economics and for those studying Public Finance. He distinguishes between the various forms of integration (free trade area, customs union, common market, economics union, and total integration). In addition, he applies the theoretical principles to current projects such as the European Common Market and Free Trade Area, and to Latin American integration projects. In offering this theoretical study, the author builds on the conclusions of other writers, but goes beyond this in providing a unifying framework for previous contributions and in exploring questions that in the past received little attention - in particular, the relationship between economic integration and growth (especially the interrelationship between market size and growth, and the implications of various factors for economic growth in an integrated area).

The Political Economy of New Regionalism in Northeast Asia

Readers of this book can view economic regionalism from a variety of perspectives with input from Chinese, Japanese and Korean research institutes, business and industry groups, and government officials.

The Political Economy of New Regionalism in Northeast Asia

Author: Chang Jae Lee

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351051369

Page: 138

View: 694

The book is the first attempt to offer a holistic and integrated exploration of the political-economic framework underpinning economic regionalism. In doing so it provides a much-needed contribution to the literature on international political economy, international relations and Asian political economy in relation to economic regionalism. The existing literature provides broad generalizations and limited discussion on economic integration (i.e. free trade agreements, FTA) with most analyses of regionalism generally contained to the field of economics with a focus on the welfare implications of FTAs, both for participating countries and the world as a whole. Readers of this book can view economic regionalism from a variety of perspectives with input from Chinese, Japanese and Korean research institutes, business and industry groups, and government officials. Drawing on the considerable country experience and expertise of the authors, the book attempts to unravel the paradox of the market-driven economic globalization process (regionalism) and address a serious gap in the current literature relating to the political-economic characteristics and strategies of China, Japan and Korea in relation to economic regionalism.

Integration in Asia and Europe

Broadening and deepening of economic and political integration are hallmarks of the EU and ASEAN. This book critically analyses the economic and institutional changes in both Europe and Asia.

Integration in Asia and Europe

Author: Paul J.J. Welfens

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540287302

Page: 286

View: 504

Broadening and deepening of economic and political integration are hallmarks of the EU and ASEAN. This book critically analyses the economic and institutional changes in both Europe and Asia. There is considerable potential for instability, but one also finds regional growth opportunities. Comparative policy analysis and evaluation of various cooperation strategies are presented. Emphasis is on banking, financial market dynamics, ICT, and macroeconomic policies as well as trade, energy, and environmental issues. Legal aspects are combined with historical and economic perspectives. Due emphasis also is on the impact of China and the role of international organisations. The comparative analysis of EU and ASEAN integration suggests important policy choices, including those at the multilateral level.

China and the Asian Economies

This book analyzes the growth of key Asian economies in the latter half of the twentieth century, followed a little later by China.

China and the Asian Economies

Author: Dilip K. Das

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317934369

Page: 256

View: 834

The global economy is currently going through a period of transformation that has seen Asia emerge as the most rapidly growing, industrializing and modernizing region in the world economy. Whilst the rest of the world struggled during the financial crisis of 2007-9, Asia played the role of a linchpin for global economic recovery. This book analyzes the growth of key Asian economies in the latter half of the twentieth century, followed a little later by China. Notwithstanding the diversity in the region, rapid growth was instrumental in integrating the Asian economies initially in a market-led manner. Dilip K. Das focuses on the interactive dynamics and the process of integration in the region, exploring the synergy created as well as the resulting symbiotic growth among the Asian economies and China. Written in a clear, comprehensive and critical manner by a world class expert in the field, this book brings together the contemporary academic and policy debates on the issues under examination. As such it is an essential read for students and scholars of economics, international political economy and Asian Studies as well as MBA students.

Dynamics of International Business

An essential textbook for courses in business and economic history, this book will also be a valuable resource for scholars and students of international business more generally.

Dynamics of International Business

Author: Andrea Colli

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317906748

Page: 210

View: 994

The Dynamics of International Business offers a comparative, chronological overview of the strategic and structural evolution of international firms. Organized around eras of global economic development, the text synthesizes research on the internationalization of firms, highlighting crucial turning points in the evolution of the international economy. A particular emphasis is placed on the relationship between historical evidence and the theoretical frameworks available for its interpretation. Each period is illustrated by a selection of short case studies from a variety of industry sectors, including the Levant Company, Nestlé, Singer, Saint Gobain and NEC. An essential textbook for courses in business and economic history, this book will also be a valuable resource for scholars and students of international business more generally.

Dynamics of International Trade and Economy

and tested in reference to the motivations that drove the process of economic integration known as Mercosur (Southern Cone Common Market).

Dynamics of International Trade and Economy

Author: Rajagopal

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781600217074

Page: 288

View: 493

Discusses a research analysis based on survey of literature and statistical analysis of the data available from secondary sources and argues the strategic partnership model developed by analysing the functional gap-map in reference to the political, economic, legal and trade related factors.

Mathematical Economics and the Dynamics of Capitalism

Dynamics of international trade specialization This is a core aspect of international economic integration. We adopt basically a Ricardian approach (with ...

Mathematical Economics and the Dynamics of Capitalism

Author: Peter Flaschel

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113405758X

Page: 302

View: 111

Richard Goodwin was a pioneer in the use of mathematical tools to understand the dynamics of capitalist economies. This book contains contributions which focus on the rigorous extension of Goodwin’s modelling of macro-dynamics and the micro-structures underlying them, and also research with a wider perspective related to Goodwin’s vision of an integrated Marx-Keynes-Schumpeter (M-K-S) system of the dynamics of capitalist economies. The variety of approaches in this book range from detailed business cycle analyses to Schumpeterian processes of creative destruction. They include thorough theoretical analysis of delayed dynamical systems. empirical studies of Goodwin’s classical growth cycle model and the integration of Keynesian aspects of effective demand and of financial mechanisms that impact the real macro-economy. micro-economic structural analysis. expectations driven aspects of micro-founded business cycle modelling