Perspectives on Integration and Globalisation
Problems of integration and globalisation and the implications of such processes on individual countries have been on the spotlight of the economic debate among economists and politicians over the last decade. Both developed and developing countries are involved in the processes of trade and capital liberalisation, with the extent of gain or loss depending on their ability to explore the newly arising opportunities and to adapt their economies to the new international environment. This volume analyses some of these challenges brought by the movements towards a higher regional integration and higher international interdependency.
Publication Date: 9/19/2008