3 edition of Small States in the Global Economy found in the catalog.
by Commonwealth Secretariat
Written in English
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The analysis in this book shows that the experiences of small states can be valuable for other countries but at the same time, small states can be vulnerable.
This book discusses several issues that are of global importance and analyses how small states are affected, why they can be vulnerable and how their experiences can be beneficial Format: Paperback. Integrating Small States in a Fast-changing Global Economy by Shahid Javed Burki Aid, risk and the special concerns of small states by Paul Collier and David Dollar Globalisation and Small Developing Economies: Challenges and Opportunities by Richard L.
Bernal. Small states were indispensable to the "European miracle," the steady economic progress starting in the high middle ages that lifted the masses out of poverty and created the prosperous middle class while sustaining an unprecedented rise in human population.
Small states face unique development challenges. Due to their small population (i.e., those with a population of million or less) and economic base, these countries are particularly vulnerable to exogenous shocks, such as natural disasters and climate change.
With limited economic opportunities and significant migration, they often face. 3 The Blue Economy and Small States 21 The blue economy potential in small states 23 Fishing 24 Maritime transport 26 Coastal tourism 26 Potential blue economy growth sectors 28 Endnotes 31 References 31 4 Growing the Blue Economy 33 Barriers to blue growth 35 Creating the enabling conditions to support blue growth Table of Contents.
Introduction. Lino Briguglio Part I: Trade 1 Opportunities and Challenges for Small Economies in Global Value Chains. Rainer Lanz and Hans-Peter Werner. 2 Trade Openness, Volatility and Governance.
Lino Briguglio and Melchior Vella. 3 Trade, Fiscal and Welfare Considerations of the CARIFORUM-EU Economic Partnership Agreement: A CARICOM Perspective. Small states have always been more vulnerable in the global economy.
This is so because trade comprises a larger proportion of their economic activity, and because they lack the power to set the terms or make any of the rules that govern globalization.
Studies of small states tend to focus on the nature of their vulnerabilities, without considering that these countries have managed external.
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This realization underscores the challenge facing the Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and Least Developed Countries (LDCs) as they turn to better man - aging their blue economies. The “blue economy” concept seeks to promote economic growth, social inclusion, and theFile Size: 1MB.
1 Oceans and the Global Economy Purpose of this series and summary of volumes References 2 The Blue Economy Concept Defining the blue economy Priorities for the blue economy Optimising returns from existing activities Endnote References 3 The Blue Economy and Small States The blue economy potential in small states Fishing.
"How was it," he asked, "that these small economically vulnerable states had per capita incomes that matched or exceeded those of the United States?" The answer was a subtle blend of comparative politics and political economy.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: Integrating small states in a fast-changing global economy / Shahid Javed Burki --Aid, risk, and the special concerns of small states / Paul Collier and David Dollar --Globalisation and small developing economies: challenges and opportunities /.
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