The Challenge Of The New International Economic Order
Edwin P Reubens
Avalon Publishing, Mar 30, 1981 - Business & Economics - 298 pages
Resolutions on the NIEO, United Nations; Population growth and economic development; Cartels, prices, and the grants economy; European imports of manugactures under trade preferences for developing countries; The impact of multinational corporatioons on developing nations; Developing countries and the international financial system.
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Illustrative Projections Wassily Leontief
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activities actual adjustment alternative approach appropriate technology areas arrangements assistance Bank basic benefits billion borrowing capital changes corporations costs coun debt demand dependent developing countries direct distribution domestic Economic Order effects efforts employment estimates exchange exports figures financing firms flows force foreign governments gross growth immigration imports improve income increase industrial institutions interest International Economic investment issues labor LDCs less limited major manufactured markets MDCs means measures ment migration MNCs multinational natural needs NIEO objectives operations particular percent political poor population preferences present problems projected rates recent reduce regions relations relative require result rise sector share social sources specific structure supply Table Third tion tional trade transfers tries United Nations various workers