Trade, Integration and Institutional Reforms in Latin America and the EU
Ongoing processes in the European Union and the South American Mercosur enforce political and institutional reforms. Economists and politicians must be able to understand these processes to formulate strategic scenarios, to design and implement interventions which contribute favorably to the future. Under four headings the discussion is organized: regional economic integration with respect to financial markets (and the consequences for Basel II), commercial and competitive policy, and the role of foreign direct investments. International trade and growth related to agricultural products, natural gas, and labor. Institutional comparisons and methodological problems with respect to pharmaceutical price policies, teachers’ salaries, income distribution, and critical realism. Fundamental changes of ICT affect governance structures, the value chain, and academic teaching and learning.
The Editors: Roland Eisen, born in 1941, Professor of Economics at the University of Frankfurt am Main (Germany).
Alberto Díaz M. Cafferata, born in 1948, Professor of International Economics at the National University of Córdoba (Argentina).
Ángel Enrique Neder, born in 1962, Professor of Monetary Economics and Consultant in Regulatory Economics at the National University of Córdoba (Argentina).
María Luisa Recalde, born in 1948, Professor of Economics at the National University of Córdoba (Argentina).
|Herausgeber||Roland Eisen, Alberto Martin Diaz Cafferata, Ángel Enrique Neder|
|Verlag||Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften|
|Maße (L/B/H)||21.6/15.1/2.5 cm|