International Economic Integration: Limits and Prospects

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Tables
1.1 Types of international economic integration 11
2.1 Unit cost of production of a commodity in dollars 18
2.2 Price of an imported commodity in dollars with the tariff in country A’s market 19
2.3 Prices in country A and their relationship to prices on the international market 36
2.4 Intra-industry trade in major OECD countries: share in total trade (%) 59
2.5 Mergers and majority acquisitions, 1987-1993 67
2.6 Mergers and majority acquistions by major economic activities in the EU, 1987-1993 67
2.7 Overall state aid in member states, 1990-1992 and 1992-1994, as % of GDP, per person employed, and relative to government expenditure 74
2.8 Intra-group trade of select integration groups 96
2.9 Non-tariff barriers 104
3.1 Population and immigrants in the EU in 1993 (thousands) 129
3.2 Profit in the aircraft industry, without intervention 149
3.3 Profit in the aircraft industry, with intervention 150
3.4 Intra-EU(12) flows of FDI, 1985-1994 (%) 160
3.5 Extra-EU(12) flows of FDI, 1985-1994 (ECUs millions) 161
3.6 Extra-EU(12) and extra-EU(15) FDI outflows (equity and other capital) 162
4.1 Composition of the ECU (%) 189
4.2 Systems and rates of corporation taxes in EU countries in 1997 213
4.3 VAT rates in EU countries in 1997 221
4.4 Excise duty rates in EU countries in 1992 222
4.5 The 1996 budget expenditure (ECUs millions) 227
4.6 The financing of the 1996 budget (ECUs millions) 229
4.7 Real GDP in the EU countries, US and Japan, 1987-1996 (annual % change) 268

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Tables x
  • Foreword xii
  • Preface xvi
  • Acknowledgements xx
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Customs Union 15
  • 3 - Common Market 120
  • 4 - Economic Union 170
  • 5 - Integration Schemes 316
  • 6 - Measurement of the Effects of International Economic Integration 342
  • 7 - Conclusion 353
  • Gatt: Regional Integration Agreements 361
  • Research Topics for the Future 413
  • Bibliography 417
  • Index 438
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