Economic Globalization, International Organizations and Crisis Management: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives on Growth, Impact and Evolution of Major Organizations in an Interdependent World

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Based on historical perspectives of evolution of major organizations and the latest developments of the 1990s, the analysis here focuses on financial market dynamics, monetary issues and labor market aspects. Reform options for selected international organizations are discussed including aspects of trade, foreign investment and international externalities. Game theoretic concepts are also applied.

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Overview

Based on historical perspectives of evolution of major organizations and the latest developments of the 1990s, the analysis here focuses on financial market dynamics, monetary issues and labor market aspects. Reform options for selected international organizations are discussed including aspects of trade, foreign investment and international externalities. Game theoretic concepts are also applied.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642630101
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 4/30/2013
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

R. Tilly, P.J.J. Welfens: Introduction.- Early Internationalization and Present Policy Coordination: P. J.J. Welfens: Globalization of the Economy and International Organizations: Developments, Issues and Policy Options for Reform.- W. Maennig: Comment.- J. Foreman-Peck: The Emergence and Growth of International Organization.- M. Flandreau: Does Integration Globalize? Financial Crises and Financial Geography 1831-1914.- G. Hardach: Comment.- M. Fratianni, J. Pattison: Globalization and the Market for International Organizations: The OECD Case.- P. G. Warr: Comment.- W. Pascha: The Asian Development Bank in the Context of Rapid Regional Development.- F. Schneider: A First Draft of Six Major Elements of a Federal European Constitution: Some Thoughts Using Political Economy.- P. Bernholz: Comment.- Theory of Policy Coordination and Impact of International Organizations: H. James: Globalization and the Changing of the International Monetary Fund.- J. Gillingham: The Many Lives of the International Labour Organization (ILO).- I. Nübler: Comment.- W. Güth: Specific Institutional Aspects of International Cooperation.- R. Schils: Comment.- T. Jones, J. Oliveira Martins: Globalization and the Environment: Trade, FDI and International Co-operation Issues.- H.G. Petersen: Comment.- W. Güth, R. Selten: Strategic Aspects of IIASÀs Food and Agriculture Model.- S. J. Key: Trade Liberalization and Prudential Regulation: The International Framework for Financial Services.- P. J. J. Welfens: Comment.- Panel Discussions: Panel M: The Role of the BIS: G. Baer: The Role of the Bank of International Settlements in the 1930s and 1990s.- R. Tilly: Reflections on the Early History of the Bank for International Settlements.-Panel N: Integrating Eastern Europe into the World Economy: A. Blahó: Association with, Hopes for Joining the European Union.- H. Engelke: Integrating Eastern Europe into the World Economy.- C. Meier: Integrating Eastern Europe into the World Economy: The Relations between the EU and Russia.- W. Varga: Integrating Eastern Europe into the World Economy.

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