Globalization, Growth and Sustainability

Globalization, Growth and Sustainability

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Globalization, Growth and Sustainability focuses on the implications of both regional and global trade liberalization and complementary macroeconomics policy reforms on growth, equity, and sustainability. The volume is organized into three sections: Part One addresses the issue of economic growth with a special reference to less developed economies; Part Two examines the pros and cons of the regional economic integration movement for the countries either participating in, or outside of, the regional groups; Part Three focuses on the issues of equity and sustainability. Globalization, Growth and Sustainability will provide valuable insights and important background analysis for scholars working in the field of globalization, as well as senior undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of curricula, including economics, development studies, and international studies.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 326 pages
  • 160 x 241.3 x 25.4mm | 748.44g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1997 ed.
  • XII, 326 p.
  • 0792399617
  • 9780792399612

Table of contents

Preface. 1. Globalization, Growth and Sustainability: An Introduction; S.D. Gupta, N.K. Choudhry. I: Liberalization and Growth. 2. Trade Barriers and Economic Growth: Theory and Evidence; J.-W. Lee, P. Swagel. 3. Trade Liberalization and the International Distribution of the Gains from Growth; F.L. Rivera-Batiz. 4. Trade Liberalization and Growth; D. Greenaway, et al. 5. Trade Liberalization and Growth in Developing Countries, 1950-1988; B. Armah. II: Regional Integration. 6. Regional Trading Blocs and Their Implications for the Indian Economy; D.M. Nachane, R. Lakshmi. 7. Globalization, Free Trade and Economic Growth in Mexico; H. Bougrine. 8. Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation in the Changing World Economy; Y.-S. Kim. 9. Trade and Foreign Direct Investment Linkages Among APEC Economies; A. Ahmad, S. Rao. 10. Succeeding in the Global Business Environment: A Challenge for Small States in the Twenty-First Century; B.J. Punnett. III: Equity and Sustainability. 11. Globalization and Sustainable Development; M. Desai. 12. Globalized Trade and Environmental Protection; S. Abizadeh, et al. 13. Global Market Relations and the Phenomenon of Tropical Deforestation; M. Dore, et al. 14. What is Sustainable Trade? P. Perkins. 15. Global Economic Integration and Justice: A Capabilities Approach; G. DeMartino. Index. Contributors.
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