Norwegian Catch-Up: Development and Globalization before World War II, 1st Edition (e-Book) book cover

Norwegian Catch-Up

Development and Globalization before World War II, 1st Edition

By Jonathon W. Moses

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159 pages

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pub: 2017-11-28
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'Norwegian Catch-Up' looks at the early Norwegian economic trajectory in the light of its external commitments and opportunities. Detailing Norway's economic performance relative to other countries at a time characterized by globalization, it has a particular focus on the role of international trade, investment and migration. The book examines how a small open state adapted successfully to the demands of (and opportunities provided by) a global market place. Not only did Norway manage an impressive economic record, but it developed concomitantly a strong and articulate labor movement and resilient democratic institutions. In short, the Norwegian example provides hope for development in a context of globalization. This text provides the student with a pioneering new vantage point for understanding the nature and scope of today's globalization and its effect on economic (and political) development. It also provides a historical reflection on the liberal antecedent of modern social democracy.

Table of Contents

Contents: A Cinderella story; Global opportunities; The Norwegian context; Natural bounty; Trading up; Capital gains; On the move; The end of an era; Interwar epilogue; Bibliography; Index.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS000000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / General