The Global Context
1. Auflage 1997,
480 Seiten, Kartoniert, Format (B × H): 156 mm x 234 mm, Gewicht: 667 g
Dent The European EconomyThe shape of the world economy is changing. Globalisation and regionalism have led to the development of powerful but interdependent economic blocs. Much economic potential has shifted from the Atlantic to the Pacific area. In view of this The European Economy argues that economists need a broader, worldwide base of information if these processes and their effect on Europe are to be fully understood. Topics discussed include:* Europe's experience of the growing trend of regionalism* the single market* plans for economic union* EU enlargement* Europe's triad rivals* EU external trade and trade relations* technology and innovation* environmental issuesThis fresh approach highlights the issues which will challenge European countries into the twenty-first century.
Weitere Infos & Material
1. Global and Regional Interdependence: The Context of the European Challenge 2. Regional Integration Chapter 3. Single Market, Single Money 4. EU Enlargement 5. Europe and the Triad 6. EU External Trade and Trade Relations 7. Internationalisation and Globalisation 8. Foreign Direct Investment 9. Technology and Innovation 10. The Human Dimension 11. The Environment