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By Robert Z. Lawrence

ISBN-10: 0815751842

ISBN-13: 9780815751847

In this capstone quantity within the INE sequence, the authors overview the becoming strain for deeper overseas integration, discover the strengths and weaknesses of different methods to facing those pressures, and current concrete proposals to aid in attaining a world neighborhood that would stability openness, variety, and team spirit. A quantity of Brookings' Integrating nationwide Economies sequence

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C. Page xi Contents 1. The Postwar Paradigm 1 Liberalization and International Governance 1 Stretching the Limits of Shallow Integration 4 A New Threshold 14 Pressures and Frictions 18 2. The Impact of Contending Forces 23 Responses 23 Scenario 1: The Invisible Hand 28 Scenario 2: Global Fragmentation 33 Scenario 3: Imperial Harmonization 37 Observations 42 3. When Is International Cooperation Desirable? 44 The Case for Shallow Integration 45 The Case for Deeper Integration 48 Implications 57 4.

Litan (Department ofJustice/Brookings Institution) Financial Regulation in the Global Economy Miles Kahler (University of California, San Diego) International Institutions and the Political Economy of Integration Anne O. Krueger (Stanford University) Trade Policies and Developing Nations Robert Z. Lawrence (Harvard University) Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Deeper Integration Sylvia Ostry (University of Toronto) and Richard R. Nelson (Columbia University) Techno-Nationalism and Techno-Globalism: Conflict and Cooperation Robert L.

Dollar. The EMS devised a specific mechanism through daily cooperation among central banks, unlimited short-term credits, and joint decisionmaking called the exchange rate mechanism (ERM) to keep bilateral rates within bands. Members in the system proved relatively successful in keeping their exchange rates stable, and the realignments that took place in the first half of the 1980s followed the agreed rules. They were joint decisions regarding the overall parity grid, rather than national devaluation or revaluation.

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