7 edition of Competition policies for an integrated world economy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 117-126) and index.
|Series||Integrating national economies|
|LC Classifications||HF1412 .S3 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||133|
|ISBN 10||0815777981, 0815777973|
|LC Control Number||94011819|
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While great progress has been made, much remains to be done to integrate the world economy in the 21st century. In this book, part of the Brookings Integrating National Economies series, F. Scherer explores the three-way interaction among competition policy, national trading and investment strategies, and international trade by: This book provides a much needed, in-depth study of the role of national antitrust policies in a global economy.
The Antitrust Division wrestles with this qu Skip to main content. This book provides a much needed, in-depth study of the role of national antitrust policies in a global economy. The Antitrust Division wrestles with this question daily and this book provides a guide to us and to all those interested in antitrust policy with some important "Scherer has demonstrated yet again why he is one of the world's Ratings: 0.
While great progress has been made, much remains to be done to integrate the world economy in the 21st century. In this book, part of the Brookings Integrating National Economies series, F. Scherer explores the three-way interaction among competition policy, national trading and investment strategies, and international trade policies.
Competition policies for an integrated world economy. [F M Scherer] -- During the second half of the twentieth century, competition policy has been accorded an increasingly prominent role in the policy portfolios of industrialized nations.
Competition policy is an integral and prominent part of economic policy-making in the European Union. The EU Treaty prescribes its member states to conduct economic policy ‘in accordance with the principle of an open market economy with free competition’. More precisely, the goal of EU competitionBrand: Physica-Verlag Heidelberg.
Scherer, F.M. Competition Policies for an Integrated World Economy. Brookings Institution Press, Abstract. The recent emergence worldwide of pro-market regimes and the subsequent adoption of competition policies and enforcement agencies by nations worldwide have renewed interest in the harmonization of competition policy between the world's various antitrust : A.E.
Rodriguez, Mark D. Williams. 4 Policy Options for a Sustainable Global Trade and Investment System. Abstract. Competition law and policy are essential elements of the global framework for addressing anticompetitive arrangements that thwart development and reduce the welfare of Size: KB.
Books in this series are published to communicate the results of Bank research, analysis, and operational. experience with the least possible delay. The extent of language editing varies from book to book. This work is a product of the staff of The World Bank with external contributions.
Competition and Trade Policies: Coherence or Conflict (Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy) [Hope, Einar] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Competition and Trade Policies: Coherence or Conflict (Routledge Studies in the Modern World Economy)Author: Einar Hope.
competition policy issues. 9 The material in this paragraph and the next is drawn from Scherer, Competition Policies for an Integrated World Economy, pp. 10 U.S. Department of State, Havana Charter for an Inter-national Trade Organization (March ), pp.
Competition law and policy are essential elements of the global framework for addressing anticompetitive arrangements that thwart development and reduce the welfare of citizens. The importance of such law and policy is now recognised across developed and developing countries : Eduardo Pérez Motta.
The book includes detailed recommendations for international agreement on minimum standards in those competition-policy measures that affect the ability of foreign firms to contest markets.
These standards could be negotiated and implemented bilaterally, regionally, and globally at the World. potential for global cooperation to treat economic and other threats facing the planet. Globalization of the World Economy: An Interpretation "Globalization" is understood here to mean major increases in worldwide trade and exchanges in an increasingly open, integrated, and borderless international Size: KB.
Global Competition Policy. Book Description. There is growing consensus among international trade negotiators and policymakers that a prime area for future multilateral discussion is competition policy. A succinct monograph Competition Policies for the Global Economy outlining major conclusions and proposals has been released along with.
If support for an integrated global economy was already declining before COVID struck, the pandemic will likely hasten the reassessment of globalization’s costs and benefits.
Among many policies that are important for integrating into the global economy, particularly relevant are trade, investment, and competition policies. They all share a common attribute: the capacity to shape the incentives of firms to improve resource allocation and to strengthen productivity while integrating into international : Martha Martinez Licetti, Mariana Iootty, Tanja K.
Goodwin, Jose E. Signoret. Global economy, or world economy, refers to the economic relations between countries in a world where markets are interconnected and there is a free movement of goods, services, labor and capital across countries. In order to understand the term integrated world economy, the concept of globalization needs to be defined as well.
Globalization. As we saw in U in the era after the Second World War, many countries integrated their economies into the world economy and at the same time developed income-smoothing policies, commonly termed the welfare state. In Nordic countries, for example, trade unions agreed to unimpeded imports.
A report from The World Bank Group, Strengthening Argentina’s Integration in the Global Economy: Policy Proposals for Trade, Investment and Competition, analyzes the current state of affairs in these three policy areas and proposes reforms designed to boost integration with the global markets which would then provide opportunities.Competition Policy International, Inc.
Published in Competition Policy International (print ISSN ‐, online ISSN ‐), AutumnVol. 5, No. 2. For articles and more information, visit Competition Policy and the Global Economic CrisisCited by: 2.
Yergin’s other books include Shattered Peace, an award-winning history of the origins of the Cold War, Russia and What It Means for the World (with Thane Gustafson), and Energy Future: The Report of the Energy Project at the Harvard Business School, which he edited with Robert Stobaugh.4/5(19).