Economics of Globalisation

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Partha Gangopadhyay, Manas Chatterji
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., Jan 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 314 pages
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This volume addresses important economic issues of globalization with contributions from internationally regarded researchers. Seven key aspects of globalization are considered: trans-border trade, trans-border movement of capital, emergence of a new international order, diffusion and homogenization of economic cultures and institutions, labour market consequences, governance issues; prospects and problems of our global economy and society. These themes have been carefully chosen to illuminate the complex path that globalization has followed - globalization is explained as a complex process that gradually unleashes a series of transitions. The book will be indispensable to academics, professionals, post-graduate and advanced undergraduate students in the areas of economics, management, development studies, politics and international business. Researchers working within governments will find the book of great importance.
 

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Contents

ECONOMICS AND GLOBALISATION
2
IMF Perspectives and Alternative Views on the Asian Crisis
33
Globalisation and Economics
57
Globalisation in Stages
77
New Challenges for Policy
95
Globalisation SouthNorth Migration and Uneven Development
115
Ethical Issues for Multinationals in the Age of Globalisation
131
Globalisation
145
ECONOMIC ISSUES OF GLOBALISATION
181
The APEC Experience
203
Strategic Management of Operating Exposure
219
Foreign Shareholding and Trade Policy
235
Welfare in a Unionised Bertrand Duopoly
255
Spain as a Case Study
281
Postscript
301
Copyright

Globalisation of the Cooperative Movement
163

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