This volume brings together articles on three primary elements of globalization: multilateralism, regionalism and unilateralism. Expert contributors investigate the substantive issues of commodity and factor trade, capital movements and monetary and fiscal policies, from both theoretical and empirical perspectives.
Table of Contents
Part I. Gains from Regionalism and Multilateralism
Part II. Regionalism and Globalization for the Developing Countries
Part III. Globalization and the Capital Markets
Part IV. Globalization via Unilateral Actions
Part V. Regionalism: Monetary, Fiscal, and Industrial Policy Co-ordination