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AUTORS Baldassarri, Mario, 1946-
NOSAUKUMS The World economy towards global disequilibrium : American-Asian indifference and European fears / Mario Baldassarri and Pasquale Capretta.
IZDEVĒJS/GADS New York
Palgrave
2007
APJOMS XXII, 348 p.
BIBLIOGRĀFIJA Includes bibliographical references and index
VIETVĀRDS Italy - Economic policy
CITI AUTORI Capretta, Pasquale 1950-
ISBN 9780230521490
0230521495
UDK INDEKSS 330

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Acknowledgements xviii * List of Figures * List of Maps xvi * List of Tables * Introduction and Main Conclusions * PART I: WHAT DOES GLOBALIZATION REALLY MEAN? : WORLD, EUROPE, ITALY * The World Has Changed: Wake Up, Europe! * Fifty Years Ago... Until a Few Years Ago * Thirty Years from Now... If Everything Continues as it Has in the Last Five Years * PART II: HOW TO PREVENT DISEQUILIBRIUM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY * The American Grasshopper, the Chinese Ant, the Russian Eagle and the European Sleeping Beauty * How Long Can the European Beauty Keep Sleeping: Maastricht and Lisbon Together or Maastricht Alone... For Ever and Ever. Amen? * World Growth, Trade, Real and Financial Imbalances, the International Monetary System and Exchange Rates: A Global Vision * Appendix to Chapter Six: Tables of Simulations * Does a Positive Sum Game that Makes Everyone Better Off Really Exist? The Risks and Temptations from the Myopic and Egoistic Viewpoints of Individual Continents and Countries * Appendix to Chapter Seven: Tables of Simulations * PART III: ITALY AS A CASE STUDY FOR EUROPE: GROWTH IS POSSIBLE, GROWING MORE IS A MUST * Financial Equilibrium and Higher Growth: An Analysis of Expenditure Items with the Purpose of Appraising Where to Find and Where to Shift Resources * A Policy Mix to Re-Launch Growth under Conditions of Structural Equilibrium in Public Finance * A Strategy of Structural Policies for Competitiveness and Growth * Appendix to Part III: The Italian Plan to Match the Lisbon Strategy
Acknowledgements xviii * List of Figures * List of Maps xvi * List of Tables * Introduction and Main Conclusions * PART I: WHAT DOES GLOBALIZATION REALLY MEAN? : WORLD, EUROPE, ITALY * The World Has Changed: Wake Up, Europe! * Fifty Years Ago... Until a Few Years Ago * Thirty Years from Now... If Everything Continues as it Has in the Last Five Years * PART II: HOW TO PREVENT DISEQUILIBRIUM IN THE WORLD ECONOMY * The American Grasshopper, the Chinese Ant, the Russian Eagle and the European Sleeping Beauty * How Long Can the European Beauty Keep Sleeping: Maastricht and Lisbon Together or Maastricht Alone... For Ever and Ever. Amen? * World Growth, Trade, Real and Financial Imbalances, the International Monetary System and Exchange Rates: A Global Vision * Appendix to Chapter Six: Tables of Simulations * Does a Positive Sum Game that Makes Everyone Better Off Really Exist? The Risks and Temptations from the Myopic and Egoistic Viewpoints of Individual Continents and Countries * Appendix to Chapter Seven: Tables of Simulations * PART III: ITALY AS A CASE STUDY FOR EUROPE: GROWTH IS POSSIBLE, GROWING MORE IS A MUST * Financial Equilibrium and Higher Growth: An Analysis of Expenditure Items with the Purpose of Appraising Where to Find and Where to Shift Resources * A Policy Mix to Re-Launch Growth under Conditions of Structural Equilibrium in Public Finance * A Strategy of Structural Policies for Competitiveness and Growth * Appendix to Part III: The Italian Plan to Match the Lisbon Strategy

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