New Forces in the World Economy

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Brad Roberts, Alexander T J Lennon
MIT Press, 1996 - 437 páginas

Two factors have brought the world economy to the center of the international political arena: first, the end of the Cold War and the increasing importance of economic factors relative to strategic ones in the foreign policies of the major powers; and, second, the emergence of a rapidly expanding and genuinely global economy that is defined not only by trade but also by investment and the diffusion of advanced technologies and expertise. This collection of 24 articles from The Washington Quarterly examines the features of the new world economic order, beginning with a review of the changing structure of the world economy (including articles on trade, investment, finance, and competitiveness), then turning to a review of the policy debate (with articles on major international institutions, prominent bilateral relationships, and the role of the private sector).

Contributors
Kenneth Berlin, Richard E. Bissell, Delia M. Boylan, Daniel F. Burton, Hernando de Soto, Thomas J. Duesterberg, Richard E. Feinberg, James R. Golden, Maurice R. Greenberg, Penelope Hartland- Thunberg, Ryuzaburo Kaku, Ethan B. Kapstein, Amy Kaslow, Joseph LaPalombara, Jeffrey M. Lang, Derek Leebaert, Erik R. Peterson, Ernest H. Preeg, Donald R. Sherk, W. R. Smyser, John D. Sullivan, Heizo Takenaka, Raymond Vernon, Murray Weidenbaum, John Yochelson.

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Contenido

Looming Collision
3
Economics
15
Modular
39
Economic Colossus?
53
Global Economic
67
Round Free Trade
79
New Directions of
119
Whos Benefiting
139
and the Southern Cone
239
The Global Power
263
139
268
Smith
279
Crisis in the Currency
295
351
325
Bilateral Relationship
339
Finance
351

Trade and
157
Let Them
175
The New Regional
207
and Investment in
217
Economic Integration
227
Americas German
375
the Multilateral
393
Labor Standards
403
and National
427
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Brad Roberts is a Research Fellow in International Security Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.

Alexander T. J. Lennon is the editor-in-chief of The Washington Quarterly, the flagship journal of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). He is also a fellow in the international security program at CSIS, and an adjunct professor in Georgetown University's Security Studies program. He is the editor of The Epicenter of Crisis: The New Middle East; Reshaping Rogue States (MIT Press, 2008) Preemption, Regime Change, and U.S. Policy Toward Iran, Iraq, and North Korea (MIT Press, 2004); The Battle for Hearts and Minds: Using Soft Power to Undermine Terrorist Networks (MIT Press, 2003), What Does the World Want from America? and Contemporary Nuclear Debates (MIT Press, both 2002), and the coeditor (with Michael T. Mazarr) of Toward a Nuclear Peace (St. Martin's Press, 1994).

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