This book discusses the principles behind the politics of managing the global economic changes since World War II. Historical principles, key concepts and persistent trends are set in a context of adapting to global change without losing cultural identity. It discusses how the economic shifts in business cycles and global capital flows have had an impact upon the world economy and demonstrates the importance of "globalization" as a long-term process which has sped up, of late. The fast-forwarded process has shaped many international organizations and institutions in their scramble to catch up in this environment of change.
Concepts for Monitoring Change. The Global Environment. Domestic Sources of National Economic Behavior. Cycles, Trends, Conclusions.
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This text utilizes the standard of laissez-faire free-market ideology as a springboard to analyze global economic change. This edition focuses on how change is managed in the post-capitalist global economy of the 1990s, stressing the human, strategic and political dimensions.From the Publisher:
Using a collective learning approach, this text utilizes the standard of laissez-faire free market ideology as a springboard to analyze global economic change. The Second Edition focuses on how change is managed in the post-capitalist global economy of the '90s, stressing the human, strategic and political dimensions.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1995. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2 Sub. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131816780
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