4 edition of The political economy of regionalism and developing countries found in the catalog.
by Economics Division, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University in Canberra, ACT, Australia
Written in English
|Series||Economics Division working papers,, 92/1|
|LC Classifications||HD72 .E27 no. 92/1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||94104322|
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This book examines the effects on regions of economic and political restructuring in Europe and North America. The main theses are: international economic restructuring and its impact on regions; political restructuring at the supranational, national and regional levels; political realignments at the regional level; questions of territorial identity and their connection with class, gender and.
The political economy of regionalism in Africa: a decade of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) S. Asante Praeger, - Business & Economics. in the Caribbean Small Island Developing States (IWCAM) project (support to or from an existing regional body) 36 SUMMARY AND KEY MESSAGES 7 1.
INTRODUCTION 11 2. THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIONALISM – AN OVERVIEW 13 Old and New Regionalism 13 Types of Regions 15 Regional Governance 16 Regional Public Goods Why have many developing countries that have succeeded in expanding access to education made such limited progress on improving learning outcomes.
There is a growing recognition that the learning crisis constitutes a significant dimension of global inequality and also that educational outcomes in developing countries are shaped by political as well as socio-economic and other factors. Regionalism is based on the following three ingredients: identifiable geographical region, geographical proximity and an organization with a common sense of identity and purpose (economic, political, security/military, etc.) among the member states.
There are many views of the whys and wherefores of the joining the regional organizations. The New Regionalisms series presents innovative analyses of a range of novel regional relations & institutions.
Going beyond formal, interstate organisations, this interdisciplinary Series builds on over two decades of the pioneering International Political Economy of New Regionalisms series, also edited by Professor Timothy M.
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compete in international competitive markets. Economic cooperation via regionalism is an effective way for safeguarding the interests of developing countries of global South. Introduction Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) is one of the regional economic blocks of the developing countries of West, Central, and South Asia.
The Political Economy of Bank Regulation in Developing Countries: Risk and Reputation Edited by Emily Jones. A unique volume that systematically analyses and compares the responses of low- and lower-middle income countries to international financial standards. Combining an analysis of regionalism from a systemic view with a domestic political-economy analysis, this book sheds light on the new dynamics and emerging configurations of regionalisms and interregionalisms in the post-Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Regionalism gives collective bargaining on the level of the region could improve the economic position of marginalized countries in the world system. As in the case of WTO Bali meet, developed countries were hell-bent on Trade facilitation agreement and were pressurizing for doing away of subsidies in developing countries.
In politics, regionalism is a political ideology focusing on the "development of a political or social system based on one or more" regions and/or the national, normative or economic interests of a specific region, group of regions or another subnational entity, gaining strength from or aiming to strengthen the "consciousness of and loyalty to a distinct region with a homogeneous population.
which the developing countries and the transition economies will carry more weight than at present. Moreover, they see regional economic integration as an important way for most developing countries to develop their economies in a more satisfactory manner.
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Regionalization. Regionalism contrasts with regionalization, which is, according to the New Regionalism Approach, the expression of increased commercial and human transactions in a defined geographical alism refers to an intentional political process, typically led by governments with similar goals and values in pursuit of the overall development within a region.
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New developments in trade flows and in the institutional structure of international economic relations have put the questions of why countries form regions, and how these affect their members, those excluded and the international system back on to the policy agenda.
This book examines 13 regions in Latin America, Asia and Africa, comparing their internal integration and their relations with.Get this from a library! Regionalism among developing countries. [Sheila Page] -- "This book examines thirteen regions in Latin America, Asia and Africa, comparing their internal integration and their relations with the rest of the world to those of countries not in regions and to.Economic regionalism, institutional arrangements designed to facilitate the free flow of goods and services and to coordinate foreign economic policies between countries in the same geographic region.
Economic regionalism can be viewed as a conscious attempt to manage the opportunities and constraints created by the dramatic increase in international economic ties since the end of World .