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Power and Poverty

Is the EU a New Planet?

Alpago Alpago

This book focuses on the economic and political relations between the EU, Turkey, Morocco and Mediterranean Countries. It examines these relations from a global and pluralistic perspective and investigates them through a comparative analysis. The study reveals the untold issues and that’s why it leads the readers to go beyond the borders. It is a professional and important source, particularly for economic and political decision makers. Furthermore this book addresses everyone, who wants to know about the background of international economic and political happenings.

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Introduction .............................................................................................................................. 15 Section I .................................................................................................................................... 17 The theoretical background of the EU- Integration Policy towards Turkey in comparison to the Mediterranean Cooperation Agreement ......................................................................... 17 1. Preface .................................................................................................................................. 17 2. Problem Definition ....................................................................................................... 17 3. Terminology of Theories .............................................................................................. 18 4. Theories ........................................................................................................................ 20 4.1. Economic Integration ............................................................................................ 22 4.2. International Trade ................................................................................................ 22 4.3. .................................................................................................... 24 4.4. International Relations Theory .............................................................................. 25 4.5. Development Theory ............................................................................................. 25 5. Methodology ................................................................................................................ 25 6. How these relations have been designed ...................................................................... 27 7. EU Policy towards Turkey and Morocco ..................................................................... 29 8. Globalization and EU ................................................................................................... 31 9. EU Economic and Political Situation ........................................................................... 33 10. Turkish Economic and Political Situation .................................................................. 36 10.1. Ankara Agreement .............................................................................................. 37 10.2. Importunacy of Turkey for the EU ...................................................................... 37 11. Moroccan Economic and Political Situation .............................................................. 41 11.1. FDI in Morocco ................................................................................................... 42 12. EU Political interests towards Turkey and Morocco ............................................. 44 12.1. EU and USA Policy towards Morocco in Comparison ....................................... 45 12.2. EU Neighborhood Policy towards Mediterranean Countries .............................. 46 13. A Comparative Account of These Relations .............................................................. 48 13.1. The Meaning of Hinterlands for EU ................................................................... 50 13.2. FDI in Turkey and Morocco ................................................................................ 51 13.3. Export- Import in Turkey and Morocco .............................................................. 52 14. Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 56 Section II .................................................................................................................................. 57 Customs Union with Turkey .................................................................................................... 57 1. Objective of the Paper ...................................................................................................... 57 2. Concept of Customs Union .......................................................................................... 57 3. Theory of Customs Union ............................................................................................ 57 4. Effects of the Customs Union ...................................................................................... 60 4.1. Static Effects of the Customs Union ..................................................................... 61 4.1.1. Specialization Effect .......................................................................................... 61 4.1.2. Consumption Structure Effect ............................................................................ 61 4.1.3. Distribution Effect .............................................................................................. 61 4.1.4. Trade Creation and Trade Diversion .................................................................. 61 4.1.5. Welfare Effect .................................................................................................... 61 4.1.6. Terms-of-trade Effect ......................................................................................... 61 4.2....

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