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The Economics of German Unification by A. Ghanie Ghaussy,Wolf Schäfer Book Resume:
German unification is proving much more difficult than was originally envisaged. The integration of two national economies with different economic orders, different sectoral structures and divergent levels of development seems set to take a long time. This timely examination of the major issues involved emphasises the impact of unification on different sectors of the economy and their likely consequences.
Competition, Growth Strategies and the Globalization of Services by Terence LaPier Book Resume:
This book examines the international growth and diversification of real estate advisory services in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany and Japan since 1960. The book explains how successful firms develop competitive advantages in the global marketplace. An evaluation of forty prominent firms (ten from each country) provides a comparative reference for a detailed analysis of the growth and internationalization of four major real estate advisory service firms (one from each country). The firms have responded in many ways to changes in international real estate investment, and their fortunes have varied accordingly. The analysis provides factual evidence demonstrating growth strategies that enable a firm to become a successful real estate advisory service in today's global economy.
The Power of Inaction by Cornelia Woll Book Resume:
Bank bailouts in the aftermath of the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the onset of the Great Recession brought into sharp relief the power that the global financial sector holds over national politics, and provoked widespread public outrage. In The Power of Inaction, Cornelia Woll details the varying relationships between financial institutions and national governments by comparing national bank rescue schemes in the United States and Europe. Woll starts with a broad overview of bank bailouts in more than twenty countries. Using extensive interviews conducted with bankers, lawmakers, and other key players, she then examines three pairs of countries where similar outcomes might be expected: the United States and United Kingdom, France and Germany, Ireland and Denmark. She finds, however, substantial variation within these pairs. In some cases the financial sector is intimately involved in the design of bailout packages; elsewhere it chooses to remain at arm’s length. Such differences are often ascribed to one of two conditions: either the state is strong and can impose terms, or the state is weak and corrupted by industry lobbying. Woll presents a third option, where the inaction of the financial sector critically shapes the design of bailout packages in favor of the industry. She demonstrates that financial institutions were most powerful in those settings where they could avoid a joint response and force national policymakers to deal with banks on a piecemeal basis. The power to remain collectively inactive, she argues, has had important consequences for bailout arrangements and ultimately affected how the public and private sectors have shared the cost burden of these massive policy decisions.
Institutional Challenges in the European Union by Madeleine O. Hosli,Mika Widgrén,Adrian M. A. van Deemen Book Resume:
The European Union (EU) is a continuously evolving entity. Starting with six member states in the late 1950s, the EU currently encompasses fifteen states of Western Europe. It is expected to almost double in size in the near future, however, taking in a number of states located in Central and Eastern Europe, in addition to Cyprus and Malta. This dramatic increase has lead to an intensive debate on how the institutions of the EU should be adapted in order to cope with this growth. This book addresses the challenges that EU enlargement and institutional change imply for various policy fields, such as EU trade policy, agriculture and monetary policy in the framework of European economic and monetary union. It will be of interest to economists and political scientists seeking an up-to-date overview of institutional challenges facing the European Union
The Making of Monetary Union by David Begg Book Resume:
This Report examines the monetary unification of Europe and the creation of a European Central Bank. It deals first with the macroeconomics of monetary union and highlights four issues. What monetary constitution is required to deliver price stability, and do the draft statutes of the European Central Bank (ECB) meet these conditions? Are fiscal rules a necessary adjunct to such a constitution? Is convergence of inflation rates a precondition for embarking on monetary union? Finally, how should the transition be managed?
Comparative Economic Systems by Richard L. Carson Book Resume:
This updated examination of transitional economies such as Russia and China, draws on the experiences of other East European transforming economies. It profiles the Japanese and Swedish economies as examples of capitalist systems, and draws on the experiences of other Asian economies.
International Bibliography of Economics 1998 by Compiled by Compiled by the British Library of Political and Economic Science Book Resume:
Renowned for its international coverage and rigorous selection procedures, this series provides the most comprehensive and scholarly bibliographic service available in the social sciences. Arranged by topic and indexed by author, subject and place-name, each bibliography lists and annotates the most important works published in its field during the year of 1997, including hard-to-locate journal articles. Each volume also includes a complete list of the periodicals consulted.
Ibss: Economics: 1999 by British Library of Political and Economic Science Book Resume:
The International Bibliographies of the Social Sciences have been renowned for their international coverage and rigorous selection procedures for nearly 50 years. Arranged by topic and indexed by author, subject and place-name, each bibliography lists and
Ibss: Political Science: 1997 by British Library British Library of Political and Economic Science Book Resume:
This bibliography lists the most important works in political science published in 1997. Renowned for its international coverage and rigorous selection procedures, IBSS provides researchers and librarians with the most comprehensive and scholarly bibliographic service available in the social sciences. IBSS is compiled by the British Library of Political and Economic Science at the London School of Economics, one of the word's leading social science institutions. Published annually, IBSS is available in four subject areas: anthropology, economics, political science and sociology.
United Germany by Mr. Karl Friedrich Habermeier,Mr. Robert J. Corker,Mr. Robert Alan Feldman,Ms. Tessa Van der Willigen,Mr. H. Vittas Book Resume:
This papers reviews economic and financial developments in Germany since its reunification nearly five years ago; and analyzes some critical issues that have featured prominently in the policy debate over this period and are likely to continue attracting attention in the years ahead.
Advances in Economic Forecasting by Matthew L. Higgins Book Resume:
The book's contributors assess the performance of economic forecasting methods, argue that data can be better exploited through model and forecast combination, and advocate for models that are adaptive and perform well in the presence of nonlinearity and structural change.
Policy Coordination in the European Monetary System by International Monetary Fund Book Resume:
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Monetary Union Among Member Countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council by Ugo Fasano-Filho,Andrea Schaechter,International Monetary Fund Staff Book Resume:
The six member countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)--Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates--have made important progress toward economic and financial integration, with the aim of establishing an economic and monetary union. This paper provides a detailed analysis of the economic performance and policies of the GCC countries during 1990-2002. Drawing on the lessons from the experience of selected currency and monetary unions in Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean, it assesses the potential costs and benefits of a common currency for GCC countries and also reviews the options for implementing a monetary union among these countries.