Emerging Market Economies and European Economic Integration (inbunden)
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Emerging Market Economies and European Economic Integration (inbunden)

Emerging Market Economies and European Economic Integration

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Providing a picture of the processes of economic change in Europe, of which EU harmonization policies and transition policies form an integral part, the editors present a collection of articles on current issues in central and east European countries. Perhaps the most dramatic phenomenon to impact on Europe in the next two decades will be the economic integration of central and east European countries with the rest of Europe. Consequently, significant impacts should be seen in regional and international patterns of trade, demography, employment, and financial flows. The editors discuss the problems transitional economies will face and the strategies they may adopt in the context of the European economic integration process and these sectoral issues. Bringing together novel research by those within the emerging market economies, this book will be of great interest to researchers and policymakers and planners in organizations dealing with economic integration and transitional economy issues.
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`The daunting task of providing the "big picture" of the economic changes occurring today in Europe has been masterfully achieved by the editors R. Scott Hacker and his colleagues - Boerje Johansson and Charlie Karlsson. The fact that they do this in conjunction with historical and statistical data, which adds to the overall economic backdrop of this climate, only adds to the impressiveness of this collection.' -- Joan M. Jackson, Business Information Alert

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Edited by R. Scott Hacker, Associate Professor of Economics, Joenkoeping International Business School, Joenkoeping University, Boerje Johansson, Professor of Economics, Joenkoeping International Business School, Joenkoeping University, Joenkoeping and Director, CESIS (Centre of Excellence for Science and Innovation Studies), Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm and Charlie Karlsson, Professor Emeritus of the Economics of Technological Change, Joenkoeping International Business School, Joenkoeping University and Professor Emeritus of Industrial Economics, Blekinge Institute of Technology, Sweden


Contents: Preface 1. Emerging Market Economies in an Integrating Europe - An Introduction Part I: Interregional and International Trade Issues 2. Modelling Interregional and International Trade 3. Cross-Border Cooperation and Local Development: Evidence from Eastern Poland Border Regions 4. Latvian Foreign Trade with Scandinavian Countries, 1920-40 Part II: Regional Issues and Migration Issues 5. The Effect of Infrastructure Improvements on Regional Labour Markets: A Multiregional Equilibrium Job Search Model 6. International Migration to Germany: Estimation of a Time-Series Model and Inference in Panel Cointegration 7. Regional Specialisation and Employment Dynamics in Transition Countries 8. Traditional and New Causes of Regional Inequalities in Hungary 9. From Publicly Encouraged Networks to Cluster Formation in Parnu's Holiday Industry 10. Household Income Patterns by Region: An Exploratory Analysis of Transition Economies in Central and Eastern Europe Part III: Fiscal, Financial and Environmental Policy Issues 11. Assessing Fiscal Policy in Romania with Special Focus on Fiscal Sustainability 12. FDI Inflows to the Transition Economies in Eastern Europe: Magnitude and Potential Determinants 13. Sustainable Development and Evaluation: An Introduction Index