Migrants ' Work , Entrepreneurship and Economic Integration Michael Bommes
and Holger Kolb 1 . Introduction Although economic issues have not been the
centrepiece of migration research in the last decades , ' quite an amount of
Author: Rinus Penninx
Publisher: Leiden University Press
Includes bibliographical references.
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.
Author: Ali Carkoglu
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.
Problems of Advanced Economies . Proceedings , 1982 . Edited by N . Miyawaki .
VI , 319 pages . 1984 . Studies in Labor Market Dynamics . Proceedings , 1982 .
Edited by G . R . Neumann and N . C . Westergard - Nielsen . X , 285 pages .
Author: Franz P. Lang
This book focuses on theoretical aspects of international integration, on problems of European integration and on economic integration outside Europe. It also serves as a reader on these aspects. The recipient is informed about integration processes on a broad range. Effects of factor market integration, financial integration, overlapping integration areas, linkages between monetary union and political union are analysed. Case studies about the European integration process, about West African monetary integration, about integration in East Asia and about NAFTA are comprised.
Focusing on a range of economic projects, emerging supranational units, and possible implications for future trends, this book is an essential reference source for professionals, scholars, and institutions interested in the dynamic effects ...
Author: Sorhun, Engin
Publisher: IGI Global
In theory, regionalism and globalization are intended to be viewed as two separate concepts. However, as long as the approaches complement each other, considering these paradigms in tandem can have significantly positive effects on the overall status of the world economy. Regional Economy Integration and the Global Financial System addresses recent trends in regional integration projects and the strides that such projects are making on the road toward globalization. Focusing on a range of economic projects, emerging supranational units, and possible implications for future trends, this book is an essential reference source for professionals, scholars, and institutions interested in the dynamic effects of regionalism and globalization.
This volume extends the argument of David Vogel’s book Trading Up, which discussed environmental standards, by focusing on the impact of globalization on labor rights, women’s rights and capital market regulations.
Author: David Vogel
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Critics of globalization claim that economic liberalization leads to a lowering of regulatory standards. As capital and corporations move more freely across national boundaries, a race to the bottom results as governments are forced to weaken labor and environmental standards to retain current contracts or attract new business. The essays in this volume argue that, on the contrary, under certain circumstances global economic integration can actually lead to the strengthening of consumer and environmental standards. This volume extends the argument of David Vogel’s book Trading Up, which discussed environmental standards, by focusing on the impact of globalization on labor rights, women’s rights and capital market regulations.
Part I of the report reviews the main current trends in international economic
integration and examines the underlying ... dynamic in financial markets , which
both mirrors and amplifies the effects of foreign direct investment and trade -
The November issue of 1978- contains the Commission's Annual economic report and its Annual economic review for 1978/79-
Marcus Noland, Institute for International Economics (U.S.), Institute for
International Economics Staff Professor Marcus Noland ... NK = North Korea;
ROW = rest of world; SK = South Korea; TFP = total factor productivity. some
Author: Marcus Noland
Publisher: Peterson Inst for International Economics
The North Korean economy cannot sustain its population. Absent fundamental economic reforms, it will never be able to do so. Hence North Korea will require sizable external support for the foreseeable future. South Korea, China, Japan, and the United States have been willing to provide this support because they fear a collapse in the North or, even worse, a lashing out that would unleash war on the peninsula and put millions of people in Asia in jeopardy--including thousands of US troops stationed in South Korea and Japan. The status quo is thus closer to extortion than charity. In this volume, a diverse group of contributors analyze prospective developments on the Korean peninsula. The authors first address the three broad strategic possibilities of war, collapse, and gradual adjustment. Four immediate policy issues are then considered: the current economic conditions and policies in the North, the food crisis, the nuclear energy/nuclear weapons issue, and the possibility of large-scale refugee flows. Finally, the volume considers several longer-run issues concerning the inevitable integration of the peninsula: the potential relevance of the German experience, the costs and benefits of economic unification between North and South Korea, and the possible role of the international financial institutions in funding the new arrangement. The volume concludes with recommendations for policymakers, especially in the United States and South Korea, from the preceding analyses.
dynamic Computable General Equilibrium ( CGE ) model . To capture the impacts
on inter - sectoral linkages within a country and international trade flows across
regions , it is natural to use a multi - sector multi - region comparative static CGE ...
Author: Daisuke Hiratsuka
This book claims that de jure economic integration is in progress in East Asia, after the advancement of de facto integration. The book contains new international trade theory, spatial economics, data-work empirical studies, and field studies on various scenarios of de jure economic integration.