Western Europe in World Affairs: Continuity, Change, and Challenge

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Praeger, 1986 - Political Science - 220 pages
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Contents

A MOSAIC OF STATES
39
THE WEST EUROPEAN ECONOMY
78
DOLLAR DOMINANCE AND THE WEST
119
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About the author (1986)

Jonathan Story, Professor of International Political Economy at INSEAD, in France, deals with comparative business systems, in a global context. As the Shell Fellow in Economic Transformation, he specializes in global transformation. His major areas of expertise are globalization, comparative business systems, European integration and economic transformation around the world.

Professor Story has worked with numerous international companies, such as Eastman Kodak, La Veuve Clicquot, Dresdner Bank, IBM, Honeywell Bull, Alcatel, Digital, Novo Nordisk, Ericsson and ABB. He is the author of many books, chapters in books and articles, and is a regular contributor to newspapers, such as The Wall Street Journal, The Times and Le Monde.

His book: The Frontiers of Fortune: predicting Capital prospects and casualties in the Markets of the Future (Financial Times Prentice Hall, 1999) is aimed at helping business people to think about and act effectively in the world political economy.

Jonathan Story received an M.A. from Trinity College, Dublin, an M.A. and a Ph.D. at Johns Hopkins University (School of Advanced International Studies). Professor Story worked as a journalist in Brussels, and then for the EU Commission office in Washington, for three years. Most of his career has been with the INSEAD business school, 1974-present.

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