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Globalization, Integration and Transition: Challenges for Developing and Developed Countries

Author: M. Pop Silaghi, H. Marques, D. Mati
Vol.: 2
Publishing house: iv) Lambert Academic Publisher
Place: Koeln, Germany
year: 2010
No of pages: 308
ISBN 3838311655
category Archives (LAP)
price 71.00 GBP

This volume, Globalization, Integration and Transition, originates from the 8th International Network for Economic Research (INFER) workshop on International Economics held at the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Babe-Bolyai University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, on 17-18 October 2008. This workshop brought together researchers and policy makers to discuss the challenges of the European integration, especially for the emergent countries and of the globalisation. Fourteen papers are published in this volume and they form two themes: Globalization, Integration and Development and Facing Globalisation, Integration and Transition: Emergent countries with a focus upon the Romanian Economy. This collection of papers aims to stimulate further debate on these issues and, in doing so, will help to broaden the exchange of ideas among economists in both academia and business.

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Aspects in Varieties of Capitalism: Dynamics, Economic Crisis, New Players

Author: H. Egbert and C. Esser
Vol.: 3
Publishing house: iv) Lambert Academic Publisher
Place: Koeln, Germany
year: 2010
No of pages: 236
ISBN 3838340450
category Archives (LAP)
price 69.00 GBP

The Varieties of Capitalisms (VOC) approach focuses on institutional complementarities. These complementarities explain how and why different types of capitalist systems are able to co-exist and complement each other. This volume provides some new perspectives on the VOC approach by including countries and actors which so far have not been in the focus of attention. Different methodologies are used to analyze topics which have generally been neglected previously. The book includes - inter alia - contributions on Indian multinationals, the labour market in Spain, regional labour markets in Slovakia, a historical analysis of institutional development in New Zealand and the Netherlands, as well as on educational systems. As the contributions are made by economists, political scientists, historians and sociologists, they are meant for an interdisciplinary audience. Hence, readers from these disciplines with an interest in policy analysis will find the book most useful.

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Challenges for Economic Policy Design - Lessons from the Financial Crisis

Author: Richter, C. Caleiro, A. Vieira, C. Vieira, I.
Vol.: 1
Publishing house: iv) Lambert Academic Publisher
Place: Koeln, Germany
year: 2009
No of pages: 458
ISBN 3838326709
category Archives (LAP)
price 79 EUR

The papers in this volume are delibrately chosen from different areas of economics in order to give an as broad overview of current areas of research as possible. They all have in common that in one way or another they question the current dominant neo- classical theory. The papers are arranged in five sections, with the first group looking into macroeconomic policies, the second group analyses economic growth, the third group looks into banking and moral hazard, the fourth group considers the welfare state and immigration and finally the last group is centred on heterodox economics.

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INFER Series in Applied Economics

The volumes in this series are usually edited volumes containing papers from different fields in economics. All volumes have in common that they target research in applied economics or economics with practical applications. The volumes in this series are usually the outcomes of workshops or conferences of INFER. However, we also accept monographs, if they fit into this series.

INFER and LAP emphasise the need for quick publication so that research does become outdated. For that, LAP provides an online platform that guarantees a very fast turn around.

The publishing house LAP publishes academic research worldwide. For more information on LAP please visit their webpage www.lap-publishing.com.

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