By Robert Z. Lawrence
In this capstone quantity within the INE sequence, the authors overview the starting to be strain for deeper overseas integration, discover the strengths and weaknesses of other methods to facing those pressures, and current concrete proposals to assist in attaining an international neighborhood that may stability openness, variety, and unity. A quantity of Brookings' Integrating nationwide Economies sequence
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Lawrence Albert Bressand Takatoshi Ito Page iv Copyright © 1996 THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION 1775 Massachusetts Avenue, N. C. (Integrating national economies) Includes bibliographical references and index. Commercial policy. Series. 48-1984 Typeset in Plantin Composition by Princeton Editorial Associates Princeton, New Jersey Printed by R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co. Harrisonburg, Virginia Page v THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION The Brookings Institution is an independent organization devoted to nonpartisan research, education, and publication in economics, government, foreign policy, and the social sciences generally.
Whitehead James D. Wolfensohn Page vii Foreword AT THE END of the twentieth century a new vision must emerge to guide international policy. Because almost every aspect of domestic policy now has international ramifications, tension between economic integration and the autonomy of the nation-state poses a challenge both to those who are responsible for defining national economic policy and to those seeking to foster multilateral cooperation. The challenge holds both peril and promise. Attempts to press for expanded national autonomy could further complicate needed international cooperation and fragment the global economy.
Yet there is also the promise of creating a more substantial international community reflecting such values as openness, diversity, and cohesion while achieving a balance among them. In this book the authors present proposals to help realize this promise. They review developments that are forcing the world to look beyond reduction of at-the-border trade barriers and explore alternative ways of dealing with these global changes. They propose a new paradigm of international governance suited to a world of deeper integration as new technology, corporate strategies, and international market pressures undermine the traditional separation between the domains of international and domestic policy.
A vision for the world economy: openness, diversity, and cohesion by Robert Z. Lawrence