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Competition, Environment and Trade in the Globalized Economy

by Gustav Dieckheuer (Volume editor) Boguslaw Fiedor (Volume editor)
Edited Collection VIII, 194 Pages

Summary

There is an ongoing discussion about causes and consequences of economic globalization. The effects of growing international trade, worldwide integration and international policy co-ordination are widespread and thus call our attention. This book focuses on four major topics of the debate: the conditions for a country’s trade on worldwide growing markets for goods and capital; environmental problems caused by international economic growth; effects of increasing international competition; national macro-policies under the influence of increasing international interdependencies.

Details

Pages
VIII, 194
ISBN (Book)
9783631396841
Language
English
Published
Frankfurt/M., Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2002. VIII, 194 pp., num. fig. and tab.

Biographical notes

Gustav Dieckheuer (Volume editor) Boguslaw Fiedor (Volume editor)

The Editors: Gustav Dieckheuer is director of the Institute for Industrial Economics and professor at the University of Münster, Germany. His main fields of research are international economics and macroeconomics. Boguslaw Fiedor is director of the Institute of Ecological Economics, head of the Economics Department and professor at the University of Wroclaw, Poland.

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