Structural Change, Economic Interdependence and World Development, Vol. III - Structural Change and Adjustment in the World Economy

Luigi Lodovico Pasinetti (Editor), Peter Lloyd (Editor)

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Abstract

Structural change and the consequent process of adjustment is one of the most pervasive features of our economies, developed, developing market or planned, with a growing internationalization of the problems involved. Structural change is treated from many angles in this volume: the choice of technology, the process of its diffusion, its effects on structures of consumption and production, on prices, on the level of activity and employment. There are case studies of Australia, Singapore, Brazil, the USA, Japan, and India. Comparisons are then made between the response of industrialized countries, developing countries, Eastern Europe, and the world as a whole to international price movements, external market fluctuations and energy policies.
Lingua originaleEnglish
EditorePalgrave Macmillan
Numero di pagine578
ISBN (stampa)0333428463
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 1987

Keywords

  • Economic aspects of alternative energy sources
  • Growth, infaltion and employment
  • Impact of world economic crises on centrally planned economies and market economies
  • International price fluctuations and inflation
  • Structural adjustment in industrially advanced countries
  • Theoretical aspects of change in productive structures

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