Internationalization and Economic Policy Reforms in Transition Countries / Edition 1by Edward M. Graham
Pub. Date: 09/21/2005
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Edward M. Graham, Nina Oding and Paul J. J. Welfens Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union have achieved sustained economic growth in first half of the new decade in the 2Vsub century. EU ac cession countries which have joined the EU have benefited mainly from high capital inflows, a reduced risk premium - with shadow effects of this already occurring in… See more details below
Edward M. Graham, Nina Oding and Paul J. J. Welfens Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union have achieved sustained economic growth in first half of the new decade in the 2Vsub century. EU ac cession countries which have joined the EU have benefited mainly from high capital inflows, a reduced risk premium - with shadow effects of this already occurring in the years before explicit membership - and growing trade. While system transformation has undermined trade between Eastern Europe and Russia for several years there are medium prospects for grow ing trade in the whole of Europe. Russia's case, however, is different from the EU accession countries as a major driving force of economic dynamics is the oil and gas sector which has considerable backward and forward linkages. At the same time this sector apparently is politically quite sensi tive. The Transatlantic Transformation and Economic Development Re search Group has organized several workshops within a major interna tional research project. The project is devoted to analyzing the internatio nalization of the Russian economy and the associated changes in major policy fields. This book contains the revised analytical papers from the St. Petersburg conference in 2003 when the city celebrated its 300 year anniversary. We are very grateful to the Leontief Center for excellent organization of the conference. The paper by Paul J. J.
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Table of Contents
Introduction.- Structural Change, Natural Resources Sector Expansion and Growth in Russia.- Monetary and Financial Stability as a Basis for Russia's Sustained Economic Internationalization.- Core Inflation in Russia - Different Approaches for the Period from January 1997 to April 2003.- Russia’s Banking System, the Central Bank and the Exchange Rate Regime.- Russia and International Economic Structures.- An Increase of Energy Efficiency as a Major Tool for Achieving Energy Security.- European Energy Security: Opportunities and Problems for Cooperation EU-Russia.- Diversification of the Russian Economy and Growth.- Internationalization of Russian Regions: The Role of MNCs and Outsourcing with Respect to Domestic and Foreign SMEs.- Do Export Processing Zones Attract FDI and its Benefits? Experience from China and Lessons for Russia.- The Baltic Sea Regional Integration and International Trade: A Gravity Model Approach.- Russia’s Foreign Economic Relations and Regional Integration in CIS Countries: Theory, Problems and Options.
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