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The Global war for talent.

McHale, John. Kapur, Devesh. Desai, Mihir.
(2005)  | 9780881323566 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book
AUD 49.95 (inc. GST), AUD 45.41 (ex. GST),
This study introduces a framework for thinking about how nations compete for talent, offers new data on international flows of skilled workers, and examines what this means for developing countries. The study offers recommendations for how developing countries should respond to the "brain drain", and...

APEC and the New Economy

Mann, C.L. Rosen, D.H.
(2001)  | 9780881323290 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 200pp
AUD 49.95 (inc. GST), AUD 45.41 (ex. GST),
In this study the authors examine how social and economic transformation is affecting the economies of the member nations of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum and whether APEC policymakers should have an action agenda toward it. The authors use macroeconomic models and distil case studies...

The benefits of price convergence : Speculative calculations.

Hufbauer, G. Wada, E. Warren, T.
(2002)  | 9780881323337 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 128pp
AUD 39.95 (inc. GST), AUD 36.32 (ex. GST),
This monograph presents speculative calculations that illustrate potential benefits from price convergence between countries. The authors take a fresh look at global economic integration by examining existing price divergence, and possible price convergence, across a range of consumer goods and then...

Global electronic commerce : a policy primer.

Knight, S.C. Mann, C.L. Eckert, S.E.
(2000)  | 9780881322743 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 240pp
AUD 39.95 (inc. GST), AUD 36.32 (ex. GST),
A primer on the policy implications of electronic commerce. This study is aimed at policy makers, particularly those from outside the US and Europe, concerned with formulating an appropriate response to e-commerce, to facilitate development, and to avoid being overwhelmed by the globalizing nature of...

Estimating equilibrium exchange rates.

Williamson, John.
(1994)  | 9780881320763 | The Peterson Institute for Int | pbk. | book | 300pp
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This is a re-examination of the author's concept of the fundamental equilibrium exchange rate in the light of developments since its introduction in 1983, particularly the adoption of a system of target zones by the group of seven industrial countries in the Louvre Accord of 1987.

 

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