Books in category Business & Economics – International

  • Capitalist Development in the Twentieth Century

    Capitalist Development in the Twentieth Century
    John Cornwall, Wendy Cornwall

    This 2001 book draws upon Schumpeterian, Institutional and Keynesian economics to investigate how far these swings in performance can be explained as integral to capitalist development.

  • The Value Added Tax Its Causes and Consequences EPub

    The Value-Added Tax: Its Causes and Consequences (EPub)
    Mr. Ben Lockwood, Mr. Michael Keen

    Has the VAT proved, as its proponents claim, an especially effective form of taxation?

  • Abuse of Dominant Position New Interpretation New Enforcement Mechanisms

    Abuse of Dominant Position: New Interpretation, New Enforcement Mechanisms?
    Mark-Oliver Mackenrodt, Beatriz Conde Gallego, Stefan Enchelmaier

    The chapters in this volume critically appraise the Commission’s proposals, including the most recent ones.

  • The Politics of International Economic Relations

    The Politics of International Economic Relations
    Joan Edelman Spero, Jeffrey Hart

    THE POLITICS OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS is the first book to give students the breadth and depth of scholarship they need to truly understand the politics of today's world economy.

  • Republic of Kazakhstan

    Republic of Kazakhstan
    International Monetary Fund

    This 2012 Article IV Consultation reports that fiscal and monetary policies have adapted to the economic recovery in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

  • Global Capital Markets

    Global Capital Markets
    Maurice Obstfeld, Alan M. Taylor

    After a century in which markets closed and then reopened, this book brings together what we have learned about the dynamics of the international macroeconomic order."–Jacket.

  • Japan s Capitalism

    Japan’s Capitalism
    Shigeto Tsuru

    An authoritative account of Japan's economic resconstruction after World War II.

  • Is Policy Ownership An Operational Concept

    Is Policy Ownership An Operational Concept?
    Mr. James M. Boughton, Mr. Alex Mourmouras

    This paper reviews the theoretical basis for the importance of ownership, summarizes what is known about its empirical effects, and suggests a strategy for strengthening it.

  • The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities

    The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities
    Giovanni Dosi, Richard Nelson, Sidney Winter

    In this book, the editors and a team of distinguished international contributors analyse the nature of organizational capabilities–how organizations do things, use their knowledge base, and diffuse that knowledge in a competitive …

  • Sources of Economic Growth

    Sources of Economic Growth
    Mr. A. Senhadji Semlali

    A growth accounting exercise is conducted for 88 countries for 1960-94 to examine the source of cross-country differences in total factor productivity (TFP) levels.

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