The Technical Challenges and Opportunities of a United Europe

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This book examines the EC's movement towards a stable, unified European economy in 1992. Contents: Introduction; Section I: The European Community: Looking Towards 1992; Section II: The Impact of the 1992 Movement On Europe; The Economic and Political Meaning of Europe 1992; The Integration of Systems and Non-Systems: E.C. '92 and the German Transportation Carriers; The Emerging Social Dimensions of Europe 1992; Section III: The Technological Challenge; Forging the European Technology Community; Technology, ...

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Overview

This book examines the EC's movement towards a stable, unified European economy in 1992. Contents: Introduction; Section I: The European Community: Looking Towards 1992; Section II: The Impact of the 1992 Movement On Europe; The Economic and Political Meaning of Europe 1992; The Integration of Systems and Non-Systems: E.C. '92 and the German Transportation Carriers; The Emerging Social Dimensions of Europe 1992; Section III: The Technological Challenge; Forging the European Technology Community; Technology, Competitiveness and Cooperation in Europe; Defence Technology and European Security in the 1990s; Section IV: The Tripartite Relationship; European Management of Trilateral Interdependencies; The U.S. View of EC 1992; The Impact on Global Corporate Competition and Multinational Corporate Strategy; Signposts on the Road to Trade Policy Reform in Agriculture; Will Japan Seek Regionalism?; Section V: The E.C. and the Third World; 1992 and ACP Trade Prospects; Development Assistance Under Lome IV: Politics or Economics?.

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"...these papers provide a good introduction to the EC, while the discussion of the social charter in Chapter 4 will be of special interest to students of human and personnel relations."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780389209003
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 4/26/1990
  • Pages: 224
  • Product dimensions: 6.24 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 0.78 (d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: The European Community - looking towards 1992, G.Edward Schuh. Part 2 The impact of the 1992 movement on Europe: the economic and political meaning of Europe 1992, Donald Puchala
the integration of systems and non-systems - EC '92 and the German transportation carriers, Klaus Kammerer
the emerging social dimensions of Europe 1992, Seamus O'Cleireacain. Part 3 The technological challenge: forging the European technology community, Pierre-Henri Laurent
technology, competitiveness and co-operation in Europe, Alain Dumont
defence technology and European security in the 1990's, Christopher Coker. Part 4 The tripartite relationship: European management of trilateral interdependencies, Gavin Boyd
the US view of EC 1992, Gregory O'Connor
the impact on global corporate competition and multinational corporate strategy, Lawrence Franko
signposts on the road to trade policy reform in agriculture, Ford Runge
will Japan seek regionalism?, Susumu Yamakage. Part 5 The EC and the Third World: 1992 and ACP trade prospects, Carol Cosgrove
development assistance under Lome IV - politics or economics?, Carol Grigsby.
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