3 edition of Of Bretton Woods, the WTO and the integration of transition economies found in the catalog.
Of Bretton Woods, the WTO and the integration of transition economies
by London Institute of International Banking, Finance and Development Law in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Jan Hoogmartens ; in cooperation with the International Financial Law Unit, Queen Mary, London ... [et al.].|
|Series||Essays in international financial & economic law,, no. 40|
|Contributions||London Institute of International Banking, Finance, and Development Law., Queen Mary and Westfield College (University of London). International Financial Law Unit.|
|LC Classifications||K4430 .H66 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2003464421|
The Bretton Woods system is comprised of The World Bank, the IMF, and the World Trade Organization. The UN system has by far the broader mandate, is more open and democratic, and in its practice has demonstrated a far greater commitment to human, social, and environmental priorities. In other words, what developing countries and international civil society should aim at is not to reform the TNC-driven WTO and Bretton Woods institutions, but, through a combination of passive and active measures, to radically reduce their powers and to turn them into just another set of actors coexisting with and being checked by other.
The early theorists of imperialism, including V.I. Lenin and Nikolai Bukharin, took the existence of colonial structures for granted. Obviously, the national liberation movements of the twentieth century, the disintegration of colonial power in the second half of the century, and the resulting lack of direct political control changed the landscape in terms of how dominance could be exercised. When the Doha Round of multilateral trade negotiations was launched, in , the price of oil was $25 a barrel, a ton of rice cost $, China's current account surplus was two percent of the country's GDP, U.S. financial institutions were at the vanguard of globalization, and the term "sovereign wealth fund" could have been mistakenly thought to refer to the retirement kitty of an aging monarch.
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International Financial Law. Integration to the WTO and the integration of transition economies book WTO and Economic Transition in the South Caucasus Economies: /ch Economic transition story in the South Caucasus economies started after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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However, the Bretton Woods system came under increasing pressure in the s due to the lack of a reliable adjustment mechanism to manage payment imbalances as well as the persistent. Many feared that the collapse of the Bretton Woods system would bring the period of rapid growth to an end. In fact, the transition to floating exchange rates was relatively smooth, and it was certainly timely: flexible exchange rates made it easier for economies to adjust to more expensive oil, when the price suddenly started going up in.
The peaceful and prosperous integration of the countries and economies of Eurasia is now a real hope after many decades of forced separation which had followed on many centuries of uneven economic. The Bretton Woods system was predicated on the belief that the best way to encourage international trade and long-term investment was to enable national governments to manage their economies.
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To do this, Bretton Woods established The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank. Suppose a worker in the USA can produce 30 shirts or 20 shoes in a day and a worker in Mexico can produce 20 shirts or 20 shoes a day. For trade to benefit both nations one shoe would need to trade for more than ____ shirt(s) and less than ____ shirt(s).
The book not only looks at more recent negotiations, but exposes real-life accounts from frustrated negotiators at the Bretton Woods conference, which eventually led to the creation of the IMF and World Bank, as well as the WTO.
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