Regional Integration, Economic Development and Global Governance

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Ulrich Volz
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011 - Political Science - 392 pages
If you are interested in finding out more about regionalism s potential to reshape globalization and global governance, turn to this excellent and thoroughly researched volume. While the authors focus on international trade and finance, their stimulating
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
PART I Integration experiences in different regions
25
changing realities opportunities and challenges
27
2 East Asian economic integrationand its impact on the Chineseeconomy
45
key issues and challenges
62
4 Integration in Latin America trends and challenges
76
PART II Regional integration and the multilateral trading system
101
5 The future of the multilateral trading system in a multipolar world
103
8 Regional integration and FDI in emerging markets
172
PART IV Regional financial integration
205
9 Developing regional financial markets the case of East Asia
207
10 Regional financing arrangements and the IMF
234
PART V Topics in monetary integration
255
what do we know?
257
12 When you got nothing you got nothing to lose regional monetary integration and policy independence
274
potential gains for developing countries and emerging markets
295

6 Rabbits caught in the headlights? Africa and the multilateralizing regionalism paradigm
124
PART III Regional trade and foreign direct investment
147
7 Regional tradeFDIpoverty alleviation linkages some analytical and empirical explorations
149
14 Currency baskets for East Asia
323
Index
347
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Ulrich Volz is Senior Economist at the German Development Institute.