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International Order and Economic Integration

Buch von W. Röpke

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Artikel-Nr.:
71126692
Im Sortiment seit:
02.08.2012
Erscheinungsdatum:
31.07.1960
Medium:
Buch
Einband:
Gebunden
Auflage:
1959
Autor:
Röpke, W.
Übersetzung:
Käufer, C.
Taylor, J.
Trinks, G. E.
Verlag:
Springer Netherlands
Springer Netherland
Sprache:
Englisch
Rubrik:
Volkswirtschaft
Seiten:
288
Informationen:
Book
Gewicht:
596 gr
Inhaltsverzeichnis
One - A Survey of the Problem.- I The International Crisis.- Nature of the international crisis/False and true internationalism/The lesson of the atom bomb/The sociology of war/Notes.- II The Nation and the Community of Nations.- Machiavellism and realism/Nation, sovereignty and a community of nations/Europe as a community/International order as the self-assertion of the free world against communist imperialism/Notes.- Two - The Economic Elements of International Order.- I The Economic System and International Order.- The theory of international order and the solution of the problem in a liberal age/Imperialism/Notes.- II Caesaro-Economy.- Pre-collectivistic interference with international interrelations/Explosive effect of collectivism/International planned economy/The paradox of socialism/Notes.- III The International Problem of Raw Materials and Colonies.- International 'social justice'/The real problem/The liberal solution/The raw materials problem as a result of the decay of the liberal world economy/An impossible solution/The return to the liberal solution and its consequences/Notes.- IV The International Population Problem.- The development/The present situation/The problem of international migration/Conclusions/Notes.- Three - The Fear of World Economy.- I The Decay of the World Economy.- The old world economy/The work of destruction/The consequences/Forces of aggravation and self-healing/Notes.- II The Fear of Competition.- The general fear of competition/Fear of foreign agrarian competition/Fear of industrial competition from the agrarian states/Notes.- III The Fear of an Adverse Balance of Payments.- The nature of the problem/The solution of the problem/The will-o'-the-wisp of 'full employment'/Exchange control/Notes.- Four - Towards a New World Economy.- I Attempts, Tendencies and Problems.- European economic integration/The foreign body of collectivism in the world economy/Underdeveloped countries/International capital movements/Notes.- II International Monetary Order.- Ways to convertibility/A new international monetary order/Notes.- Epilogue - European Free Trade, The Great Divide.- Register of Persons.
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