International Economic Integration. Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Markets
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International Economic Integration. Challenges and Opportunities for Developing Markets



Estado: Activo
ISBN-13: 9786075017228
Tipo de contenido principal: Texto (legible a simple vista)
Tipo de contenido del producto: Imágenes fijas / gráficos
Protección técnica de publicación digital: DRM
Idioma del texto: Español
Número de páginas del contenido principal: 340 Páginas
Tipo de edición: Nueva edición
Número de edición: 1
Ciudad de publicación: Monterrey
País de publicación: México
Fecha de publicación: 2023
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No especificado: Editorial Digital Tecnológico de Monterrey
Disponibilidad del producto: Disponible. Sin detalles.
Precio: (MXN) 139.00

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About this book

About the authors



Chapter 1. An Overview of International Economic Integration

1.1 Pedagogical framework

1.1.1 Learning outcomes

1.1.2 Overview

1.1.3 Outline of key concepts

1.2 Historical background

1.3 Stages of Economic Integration

1.3.1 Border integration

1.3.2 Free trade areas

1.3.3 Customs union

1.3.4 Common Market

1.3.5 Economic union

1.3.6 Political union

1.4 Barriers to trade

1.4.1 Tariffs

1.4.2 Quotas

1.4.3 Subsidies

1.4.4 Non-tariff barriers

1.5 Pros and Cons of Economic Integration

1.5.1 Advantages of integration

1.5.2 Disadvantages of integration

1.6 International trade, integration, and development

1.7 End of chapter

1.7.1 Summary

1.7.2 Mind map

1.8 Questions and exercises

1.9 References

1.10 Appendix 1. Useful websites

Chapter 2. The World Trade Organization (WTO)

2.1. Pedagogical framework

2.1.1 Learning outcomes

2.1.2 Overview

2.1.3 Outline of key concepts

2.2 Historical background

2.3 Principles of the trading system

2.3.1 Trade without discrimination

2.3.2 Free Trade: gradually, through negotiation

2.3.3 Predictability

2.3.4 Promoting fair competition

2.3.5 Encouraging development and economic reform

2.4 Functions

2.4.1 Administering WTO trade agreements

2.4.2 Forum for trade negotiations

2.4.3 Handling trade disputes

2.4.4 Monitoring national trade policies

2.4.5 Technical assistance and training for developing countries

2.4.6 Cooperation with other international organizations

2.5 Main agreements

2.5.1 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)

2.5.2 General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS)

2.5.3 Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)

2.6 New topics in international trade

2.7 Future of the WTO

2.8 End of the Chapter

2.8.1 Summary

2.8.2 Mind maps

2.8.3 Questions and exercises

2.9 References

Chapter 3. Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs)

3.1. Pedagogical framework

3.1.1 Learning outcomes

3.1.2 Overview

3.1.3 Outline of key concepts

3.2 Political Economy of Regional Integration

3.2.1 Dimensions of regionalization

3.2.2 Evolution of approaches to regional integration

3.3 Economic Effects of Regional Integration

3.3.1 Static effects of economic integration

3.3.2 Dynamic effects of economic integration

3.3.3 Effects of deep economic integration

3.4 Rules of Origin in Regional Trade Agreements

3.5 Evolution of Regional Trade Agreements

3.5.1 The case of Europe

3.5.2 Some examples of integration agreements from developing countries

3.6 The Debate between Multilateralism and Regionalism

3.6.1 Spaghetti bowl of complex rules of origin

3.6.2 Capacity and dynamics of countries’ business

3.6.3 Speed of elimination of restrictions and quantity of partners

3.6.4 Simultaneous negotiations

3.6.5 Size of partners, issue of bargaining power

3.6.6 Long stand negotiations

3.7 The Case Against Economic Integration

3.8 End of the chapter

3.8.1 Summary

3.8.2 Mind map

3.8.3 Questions and exercises

3.9 References

Chapter 4. Global Value Chains (GVC): background and development

4.1. Pedagogical framework

4.1.1 Learning outcomes

4.1.2 Overview

4.1.3 Outline of key concepts

4.2 The GVC concept

4.3 Background

4.4 Global Value Chain Classification

4.4.1 Market

4.4.2 Modular

4.4.3 Relational

4.4.4 Captive

4.4.5 Hierarchy

4.5 Implications of integration/upgrading into GVC

4.5.1 Conditions to enter global value chains

4.5.2 Transmission mechanisms from GVCs to local economies

4.5.3 Conditions to sustain/improve/upgrade global value chains

4.5.4 Integration and upgrading in action

4.6 Strategies to restructure global value chains under uncertainty

4.6.1 The case of the COVID-19 pandemic

4.6.2 Strategies to face the crisis

4.6.3 Globalization does not stop

4.7 End of the chapter

4.7.1 Summarizing

4.7.2 Mind map

4.7.3 Questions and exercises

4.8 References

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