6 edition of The newly industrializing countries, trade and adjustment found in the catalog.
The newly industrializing countries, trade and adjustment
by Published for the Royal Institute of International Affairs by G. Allen & Unwin in London, UK, Winchester, Mass., USA
Written in English
|Statement||Louis Turner and Neil McMullen with Colin I. Bradford, jr. ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||McMullen, Neil., Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|LC Classifications||HC59.7 .T87 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 290 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||290|
|LC Control Number||82004006|
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There has been much discussion of the Newly Industrializing Countries (NICs) in recent years and various studies of their impact have been made.
Much of the concern about NICs in the industrialized countries is however based on what they portend for the future rather than their present impact. This article, which draws on the work of a group of researchers Cited by: 1.
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The Newly Industrializing Countries: Trade and Adjustment. By Louis TURNER and NEIL MCMULLEN. (London: George Allen and Unwin for the Royal Institute of International Affairs, Pp.
xi + /^) These two multi-authored books deal with the same problem in Author: Jagdish N. Bhagwati. OCLC Number: Notes: Sponsored by the Committee, National Planning Association, C.D. Howe Institute. "Derived in part from the book-length study: The Newly industrilizing countries: trade and adjustment ".
Louis Turner and Neil McMullen, the newly industrializing countries: Trade and adjustment: (George Allen & Unwin, London, ) pp. xi + Albert Berry Pages Wood, Ethel. "Unit Three: Newly Industrializing and Less Developed Countries." AP Comparative Government and Politics: An Essential Course Book.
6th ed. Germantown. In sum, notwithstanding its limitations--including the omission of two tables from Levin's article-this book is a valuable source of information and analysis, especially for academics and advanced students of labor economics and labor relations interested in developing and newly industrializing important, perhaps, is its potential to stimulate new ways of conceptualizng and.
The New Protectionism: A Response to Shifts in National Economic Power Issued in NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment, International Finance and Macroeconomics. and the emergence of a highly competitive group of newly industrializing countries. For the United States, the adjustment process has been difficult.
Introduction. 1 The Asian newly industrialized economies (NIE's), namely Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore and Taiwan are attracting world-wide attention for five layers of reasons. There is quasi-unanimity in recognizing them as success stories in industrial development and economic growth.
They are being discussed and they consider themselves as conceivable members of Cited by: 3. tries: Trade and Adjustment. London: George Allen & Unwin,pp. David B. Yoffie, Power and Protectionism: Strategies of the Newly Industrial-izing Countries.
New York: Columbia University Press,pp. INTRODUCTION T HE newly industrializing countries (NICs) occupy center stage inCited by: Balassa, Bela (a) The Newly Industrializing Countries in World Economy (New York: Pergamon).
Google Scholar Balassa, Bela (ed.) (b) Development Strategies in Semi-Industrial Countries (Baltimore, Md.: Johns Hopkins Press).Cited by: 2. Pathways from the Periphery: The Politics of Growth in the Newly Industrializing Countries (Cornell Studies in Political Economy) 1st edition by Haggard, Stephan () Paperback on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Pathways from the Periphery: The Politics of Growth in the Newly Industrializing Countries (Cornell Studies in Political Economy) 1st edition /5(3). All six large newly industrializing countries (NICs) in this study favored an autarkic industrial policy (AIP) in the s.
AIP required, however, the rapid build-up of heavy and chemical industry (HCI) which caused foreign exchange shortages if the HCI matured by: reindustrializing or late-industrializing countries.
The initial postwar imbalances were related to the reconstruction of Europe and Japan, and then the emergence of newly industrializing developing countries, such as Korea and the NICs, followed by the Little Tigers, and currently the Big Dragon.
A panel analysis of 20 OECD countries finds that the impact of structural reforms on productivity growth may be weak or negative in the short run, possibly. The Myth of De-industrialization the newly industrializing countries gained strength, post-war adjustment.
Trade was roughly bal- anced. This paper contains further work by the Fund staff on trade issues and developments following the pattern of the surveys prepared in andmainly focusing on commercial policies of the major trading nations. It also includes a discussion of agricultural protection and issues relating to international trade in agricultural products.
Adjustment in Africa: reforms, results, and the road ahead (English) Abstract. To reverse the economic decline that began in the s, many sub-Saharan African countries have undertaken structural adjustment programs.
These programs are designed to pave the way for long-term development and prosperity by fundamentally restructuring. The average index for trade in all industries within a nation is calculated by weighting each industry by its share in total trade.
b SITC = Standard International Trade Classification 80 60 40 20 o Percent United States HI Japan U.K. ~ Europe I I W. Germany ~ France Netherlands FIGURE Ratio of inward to outward stocks of foreign direct. Start studying Chapter 1.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. "social overhead capital" railways, roads, ports, and infrastructure. Enables shift from agrarian society to more trade and manufacturing societies. Balassa, Bela, "Adjustment policies in East Asia," Policy Research Working Paper SeriesThe World kamp, Peter & Picht, Hartmut, "Debt repudiation by developing countries in the s: a cross-country analysis of major determinants," Kiel Working PapersKiel Institute for the World Economy (IfW).Vollrath, Thomas L., Hudec provides both a history and a critique of the role of the developing countries in the GATT legal system one cannot conclude a review of a book by Robert Hudec without paying tribute to his clear and concise writing style.' Source: World Trade ReviewCited by: The Third World: opposing viewpoints / Janelle Rohr, book editor.
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