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North-South and South-South : Essays on International Economics - F. Stewart

North-South and South-South

Essays on International Economics

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'...an important and timely contribution to the study of South-South economic relations. It provides a cogent and detailed analysis...'-Henock Kifle, South Letter '...provides some interesting insights into the determinants and consequences of South-South trade.'- Frances Stewart, The World Economy 'This comprehensive, incisive work....represents both historical depth and topical breadth. ....This well-written analysis makes an important contribution to development studies, including development economics and development geography.'- Georges G. Cravins, The Journal of Asian Studies These essays explore interactions between North and South and South and South in trade, technology and finance, focusing on the interests of the South, and particularly the poor. The 'conventional' neo-classical approach is shown to have many theoretical deficiences, the consequences are often harmful to Southern interests, while the poor are neglected. The author concludes that the South should adopt a bargaining approach to N-S negotiations and urges for closer South-South relations in trade, technology and finance.

SECTION 1: RELATIONS BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH - Introduction and Overview - Alternative Approaches to North-South Negotiations - Basic Needs Strategies, Human Rights and the Right to Development - SECTION 2: TRADE - New Theories of International Trade: Some Implications for the South - A Note on Strategic Trade Theory and the South - Externalities and Trade - The Role of Countertrade - Are Quantitative Restrictions Out of Date?: An Assessment of Article XVIII(b) of GATT - SECTION 3: THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY SYSTEM - Money and South-South Co-operation - A New Currency for Trade Among Developing Countries - The International Debt Situation and North-South Relations - Back to Keynesianism: Reforming the IMF - SECTION 4: TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER - Technology Transfer for Development - Technical Change in the North: Some Implications for the South - References - Index

ISBN: 9780333490884
ISBN-10: 0333490886
Series: Essays on International Economics
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 394
Published: 25th November 1991
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.3 x 14.5  x 3.0
Weight (kg): 0.66
Edition Number: 2