Economic Theory and Western European Integration, Volume 9

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Business & Economics - 153 pages
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The union of Western Europe poses many complex and technical obstacles. Analysing the advantages as well as the difficulties, the book discusses competition and the nature and direction of the increased pressures it brings to bear upon entrepreneurial activity, through which the effects of economic union will mostly be felt.
  

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Contents

THE PROBABLE EFFECTS OF ECONOMIC INTEGRATION
15
B Economic Relations with the Outside World
52
THE THEORY OF THE BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
79
B The Problems of Currency Union
95
A Note on the Concept of Adequate External Reserves
101
ECONOMIES OF SCALE COMPETITION AND EUROPEAN
110
THE DOCTRINE OF COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
136
Index
153
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