This work challenges the popular view that globalization threatens the role of the nation-state in determining national policy. It examines the fundamental issue of competitiveness and market power in an increasingly borderless and co-dependent world. Despite this increased threat to the nation-state as an effective manager of the national economy, the authors argue that there are a number of options and alternatives open to governments to protect themselves from the global business cycle.
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Buchbeschreibung Routledge, 1996. Paperback. Buchzustand: Very Good. First Edition. 448 pages with the index, in very good condition with no remarks or highlights. Countries are looking for ways to compete and increase their share of exports; this has led to the lowering of national borders and greater co-dependence. To many, this climate of globalization signals the end of the nation-state as an effective manager of national economic policy.Large Heavy Books May Need More Payment For Overseas Delivery. Artikel-Nr. 8080A