Author: Nicholas Perdikis,William A. Kerr,May T. Yeung
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub (September 30, 1999)
Category: Social Sciences
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The Asia–Pacific Rim is still potentially one of the most dynamic areas of the global economy, and the European Union (EU) is the world’s most prosperous market.
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Start by marking Regional Trading Blocs In The Global Economy . May T. Yeung, William A. This work traces the relationship between the EU and ASEAN, considering the current and future position of trade relations.
Start by marking Regional Trading Blocs In The Global Economy: The Eu And Asean (Elgar Monographs) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It explores regionalism in the global economy and the establishment of regional trade organizations, in particular the EU and ASEAN, with an analysis of the changes required.
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Creator May T. Kerr, William A. (William Alexander). xi, 163 pages ; 25 cm. ISBNs 9781840641042, 1840641045. Includes bibliographical references (pages 153-159) and index.
Published 1999 by E. Elgar in Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA.
Regional trading blocs in the global economy. Published 1999 by E. Written in English. ASEAN, Commercial policy, Free trade, Trade blocs.
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After discussing international commerce and trade at the beginning of the twenty-first century, the authors explore regionalism in the global economy and the establishment of regional trade organizations, in particular the EU and ASEAN. They then contrast the direct organization-to-organization approach which has characterized EU-ASEAN relations with that of APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation). The book concludes with a substantial discussion of the institutional and policy changes that the EU and ASEAN need to enhance their future trading relationship. In addition, the authors offer insights from the EU-ASEAN experience for relations among other regional trade organizations.
Regional Trading Blocs in the Global Economy will be welcomed by scholars and students interested in international trade, regional economics, European and Asian studies.