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Globalization and Economic and Financial Instability.


Globalization and economic and financial instability.

Ed. by H. Peter Gray and John R. Dilyard.

Edward Elgar Publishing


630 pages



The globalization of the world economy; 16, An Elgar reference collection


Gray (international business and economics, Rutgers U.) and Dilyard (St. Francis College) collect 30 articles from 1987-2003 on globalization and economic and financial instability. The articles deal with the problem in general terms, then developing nations, regional instability, instability in the industrialized world, and structural weaknesses in the international financial architecture. A sampling of specific topics: banking and currency, monetary reform, foreign investment and sustainable development, Brazil, East Asia, Taiwan, Malaysia, the US economy, Russia, and the Washington Consensus. Articles were drawn from books and journals and were written by internationally based scholars and researchers. The book is intended for students, researchers, and professors in economics, business, and international political economy.

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