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- WYBRANE PROBLEMY MIÄ˜DZYNARODOWEJ INTEGRACJI GOSPODARCZEJ NA OBSZARZE POSTRADZIECKIM W LATACH 1991â€‘2010: PERSPEKTYWA ROSYJSKA. GAFAROWSKI, Dymitr // Politeja;2013, Vol. 26, p169
The article focuses on the evolution, dynamics and structure of international economic integration in the postâ€‘Soviet space in the period of 1991â€‘2010. The main objective of the article is to review synthetically the most crucial issues of integration processes from political and...
- Indicators of Economic Integration. Prakash, Aseem; Hart, Jeffrey A. // Global Governance;Jan-Mar2000, Vol. 6 Issue 1, p95
Focuses on the indicators of economic integration. Approaches to assess the levels of economic integration among countries; Impact of the integration of technology markets on domestic political economy; Evaluation on various interest groups representing firms and factors of production.
- China and India: Openness, Trade and Effects on Economic Growth. Marelli, Enrico; Signorelli, Marcello // European Journal of Comparative Economics;2011, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p129
The purpose of this paper is to analyse the economic growth of China and India in terms of their integration in the global economy. We begin with a discussion of some stylized facts concerning their recent economic growth, the most significant institutional reforms, with particular reference to...
- Integaration capacity of Kazakhstan and Russia. Kalieva, S. A. // Economy of Region / Ekonomika Regiona;2012, Issue 4, p227
Within this article, the analysis of various theoretical approaches to assessment of international integration is carried out (3 blocks of criterions of degrees of countries integration are allocated: degree of involvement of national economy into international trade, degree of participation of...
- Integrace ÄR a stÅ™ednÃ Evropy do SpoleÄnÃ©ho trhu EU. // Politologicky Casopis;2010, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p377
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- CHINA AND EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION AND COOPERATION. Yunling Zhang // Journal of Economic Development;Dec2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p169
China's role in the East Asian economic development has grown increasingly important since China becomes a rapidly growing market for other regional economies. China's participation is essential to the progress of the East Asian economic integration. Due to its great diversity, East Asian trade...
- PROSPECT AND CHALLENGES OF EAST ASIAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION: A SOUTH KOREAN PERSPECTIVE. Choong Yong Ahn // Journal of Economic Development;Dec2006, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p187
Although East Asia is regarded as one of the three major economic pillars in the world, it still has the lowest level of economic cooperation and integration compared to the EU and NAFTA. The Asian financial crisis in 1997/98 triggered a sense of "East Asian regional identity." A "functional...
- REGIONAL CONVERGENCE IN EUROPE: A HIERARCHICAL LINEAR MODEL. Ghaddab, Kamel // Journal of Business Studies Quarterly;2011, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p15
The aim of this paper is to introduce a new empirical approach to test the neo-classical hypothesis of regional convergence. The introduced hierarchical approach consists of a linear mixed model of the convergence equation, in which the coefficients are modeled as random variables. The advantage...
- Leading Europe toward unity. // Advertising Age;10/5/1992, Vol. 63 Issue 41, p21
Stresses the significance of marketing to the common market ideal of Europe. Delays in the effort toward a united European currency and a unified political system; Role of marketing exposure in the acceptance of additional forms of a new political and fiscal approach in Europe.