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Imagine there's no country.: Poverty, inequality, and growth in the era of globalization.

S.S. Bhalla.
(2002)  | 9780881323481 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 288pp
AUD 55.95 (inc. GST), AUD 50.86 (ex. GST),
Developing country growth rates have accelerated. Instead of the developing world losing out to globalization, it has in fact been growing faster than the industrialized world. These are the conclusions reached in this discussion - debunking the popular myth that the trend towards greater integration...

East Asian financial cooperation.

Henning, C Randall.
(2002)  | 9780881323382 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 144pp
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Since the financial crisis in the late 1990s, Asian governments have been considering strengthening regional monetary and financial co-operation. Proposals have ranged from the Asian Monetary Fund to common currencies. China, Japan, Korea and the member states of ASEAN have established a set of financial...

Managed floating plus.

M. Goldstein.
(2002)  | 9780881323368 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 112pp
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In this analysis, Morris Goldstein examines currency-regime choices for emerging economies that are heavily involved with private capital markets. The author argues that the best regime choice for such economies would be managed floating plus, where ""plus"" is shorthand for a framework that includes...

Food regulation and trade : towards a safe and open global food system.

Orden, David. Josling, Timothy. Roberts, Donna.
(2004)  | 9780881323467 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 200pp
AUD 59.95 (inc. GST), AUD 54.50 (ex. GST),
Guarding the safety of a nation's food supply, ensuring quality and providing information to consumers so that they can make food-purchase choices are widely accepted as universal obligations of governments. But differences in the way that governments fulfil these obligations can lead to trade conflicts....

Deunionization in the United States : the role of international trade.

Baldwin, Robert.
(2003)  | 9780881323412 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 112pp
AUD 39.95 (inc. GST), AUD 36.32 (ex. GST),
Between 1977 and 1997 in the USA, there was a precipitous decline in the proportion of workers with median education (12 years or less) who were represented by a labour union, from 29 to 14 per cent; unionization proportions declined much less among workers with above-median education (19 to 13 percent)....

 

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