Regions and Development Politics, Security and Economics
At the 1996 EADI Conference, the papers presented in the World Trade and Trade Policy workshop looked at the new trends in regionalism from a variety of points of view for different institutions. They considered the effects of regions, their implications for policy and performance in the developing countries and for international economic institutions, and tried to interpret them in terms of economic and political theory.
"an important addition to the literature surrounding the resurgence of interest in regions...a wide array of information on regionalisation and its implications for development. It will interest all those attempting to understand how globalisation has/is reconfiguring the international political economy and how this stimulates regionalist projects and the ramifications this may have for the developing world