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Dynamics of Globalization and Development : RECENT ECONOMIC THOUGHT SERIES - Satya Dev Gupta

Dynamics of Globalization and Development

RECENT ECONOMIC THOUGHT SERIES

By: Satya Dev Gupta (Editor)

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Dynamics of Globalization and Development debates the role of structural adjustment programs and policies, the implication of financial liberalization for growth and stability, the effects of foreign direct investment and the associated behavior of multinationals in terms of intellectual property rights, the diffusion of technology, growth and development. Many contributors offer innovative insights into the complexities of the process in terms of its micro foundations, and propose efficiency-based multinational policy frameworks. A general thrust of most of the studies in this volume is that the market-driven process of globalization alone will not lead to stable and equitable economic growth Consequently, several contributors recommend a set of proactive policies to promote greater stability in the system and a more equitable distribution of the benefits of globalization. This anthology will provide valuable insights and important background analysis for scholars working in the field of globalization as well as senior undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of curricula, including economics, finance, development studies, and international studies.

Prefacep. XI
Dynamics of Globalization and Development: An Introductionp. 1
Globalization at the Crossroads?p. 4
Financial Liberalizationp. 6
Multinational Enterprises, Investment and Technologyp. 8
Micro Foundationsp. 10
Conclusionp. 12
Referencesp. 13
Financial Liberalization
Foreign Aid and Growth: A Simulation Modelp. 15
A Non-technical Explanation of the Modelp. 16
The Coefficients and the Simulation Strategyp. 18
The Simulation Resultsp. 20
The Alternative Simulationsp. 25
Conclusionsp. 32
The Modelp. 34
Referencesp. 40
Liberalization and Growth-oriented Structural Adjustment Programs: A Financial Programming Approach for Indiap. 41
Analytical Framework For Macroeconomic Managementp. 43
Financial Programmingp. 52
Conclusionsp. 61
Referencesp. 64
The Monetary Dynamics of Economic Integrationp. 65
A Keynesian Theoretical Foundationp. 66
A Keynesian Interpretation of the Monetary Dynamics of Integrationp. 68
Monetary Integration and Economic Growthp. 73
The Policy Requirements for Effective Economic Integrationp. 76
Referencesp. 79
Multinational Enterprises, Investment and Technology
EU, ASEAN and North American Integration: Lessons from Their Degrees of Integrationp. 81
Blocs and Their Degrees of Integrationp. 83
Econometric Analysisp. 95
Conclusionsp. 107
Referencesp. 109
Speculation-led Development in the Third Worldp. 111
Theoretical Foundations of Speculation-led Developmentp. 114
Speculation-led Developmentp. 118
Consequences of Speculation-led Economic Developmentp. 126
Implications for Financial Liberalization Theory and Policyp. 127
Referencesp. 130
Globalization and Development: Lessons from the Peripheral Countries of the European Unionp. 135
Conditions for Convergence in the EU Peripheryp. 136
Economic Structures: Core and Peripheryp. 138
The Single European Marketp. 142
Policies for the Development of the European Peripheryp. 143
Conclusionp. 149
Referencesp. 150
Globalization's Implications for Indonesia: Trade Policy, Multinationals,and Competitionp. 153
Recent Economic Trends and the Policy Debatep. 155
Changing Trade Structures and Comparative Advantagep. 158
Foreign Multinational Firms and Competition in Manufacturingp. 165
Conclusionsp. 177
Appendixp. 179
Referencesp. 183
Technical Diffusion and Confusionp. 187
Back to the Basicsp. 188
Reality Checkp. 199
Alternativesp. 201
Referencesp. 204
The Role of Intellectual Property Rights in Economic Growthp. 209
Intellectual Property Rights Protectionp. 211
Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth Theoryp. 213
Intellectual Property and Economic Growthp. 215
Intellectual Property Rights and Economic Growth: The Resultsp. 217
Intellectual Property in Open and Closed Trade Regimesp. 222
Conclusionp. 231
Data Source Appendixp. 232
Referencesp. 237
Micro Foundations
A New Approach to Global Trade Imbalancesp. 243
The Absorption Approachp. 245
An Alternative Approachp. 247
A Critique of the Current Thinkingp. 255
A New Interpretation of U.S. BOP Historyp. 257
Developing Economiesp. 260
Conclusionp. 260
Referencesp. 260
Structural Microeconomics of Productive Efficiency and Strategic Alliancesp. 261
Inertial Forces and Prior Commitment to Competitionp. 262
Theoretical Omissions and Realistic Inadequaciesp. 263
Structural Design, Technological Progress and Informationp. 265
Microeconomic Foundations of Globalizationp. 266
International Collaboration, Standards and Alliancesp. 268
Dynamic and Integrated Global Processesp. 269
Reconstruction, Communication and Managerial Limitsp. 270
Recasting Some Earlier Theories of the Large Firmsp. 271
Concluding Remarks: Globalization and Micro-Macro Synthesisp. 273
Referencesp. 275
Markets, Globalization and Structural Changep. 281
Questions on the Methodology of Oligopolistic Decision Makingp. 282
The Contractarian Nature of Oligopolistic Decision Makingp. 284
Alternative Concept of Market Contractp. 285
Social Contractarianism of Markets: Hayek and Buchananp. 286
A Model of the Market as a System of Social Contractp. 290
Oligopolistic Behavior in the Light of Knowledge Induced Marketsp. 293
Islamic Relevance of Malaysian Development Initiativesp. 300
Political Economy of Markets in the Globalization Processp. 301
Some Empirical Inferences on Markets and Globalizationp. 304
Conclusionp. 307
Referencesp. 308
A New International Economic Priority: Policy Responsibilities among Multilateral and Regional Institutionsp. 311
The Unique Example of the EECp. 313
Shifting Priorities Since the 1960sp. 314
A Common Theoretical Context--Market Failure and "Subsidiarity"p. 316
Competition Policy Issuesp. 319
International Investment and Technology Issuesp. 320
Environment and International Transactionsp. 322
Policy Priorities and Programs Linking Competition, Investment and Environment Issues to Multilateral and Regional Institutionsp. 324
Appendixp. 327
Referencesp. 331
Indexp. 333
Contributorsp. 341
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ISBN: 9780792399773
ISBN-10: 0792399773
Series: RECENT ECONOMIC THOUGHT SERIES
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 344
Published: 31st August 1997
Publisher: Springer
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 17.15  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.79