How will Britain remain prosperous and influential in the XXI-st century? The high-value-added activities in which Britain is a world-better. How much do these activities matter to the UK? The London economy. The UK approach to financial regulation.
Investigations causal relations and dinamik interactions amond asset return, real activity, and inflation in the postwar United States. Major findings are stock returns Grander, real activity with interest rate. Multivariant vektor-regression approach.
Historic Progress in China's Foreign Trade. The Development of China's Foreign Trade Contributes to the World Economy. Constructing All-round Economic and Trade Partnerships with Beneficial Cooperation. Realizing Sustainable Development of Foreign Trade.
Chinese foreign policy through the prospective of Neoliberalism. Complex interdependence and how open markets provide more absolute gains. Prisoners’ Dilemma regarding Sino-American relationships. Interdependence with Africa, interdependence with Vietnam.
Description possible impact of the economic crisis on the global economy. The specificity of the causes of economic instability in the countries of the European Union, socio-political contradictions in the life of the member countries of the Union.
Today, most political and economic analysts claim that the world got "flatter" and more globalized, but few can agree on how and why it has happened. In fact, the integration of production and technologies indeed are the measurements of globalization.
Interest of East Asia to natural resources, transportation routes and new fishing grounds Arctic region. The lack of unity within the Asian Arctic rehionudlya achieve common goals. Perspectives of Asian cooperation with members of Arctic council.
Short overview of Finland’s economy, government budget, budget policy, budget cycle and annual budget process. The public debt and budget deficit. Crisis in financial sector of Finland. The structure of budget expenditures. Exports and import by month.
The essence of European economic integration. The consequences of economic integration in trade, the consequences of Market integration of the European Union and its impact on foreign trade. Threats, challenges in the last stage of economic integration.
The development of the idea of a united Europe. The EU's actions for insurance the safety and security. Economic and social solidarity of the member states, promoting the European model of society. Historic steps of creation and expansion of the Union.
Based on selected papers kindly provided by the European Central Bank. Developments in the Financial Sector in Europe following the Introduction of the Euro. Economic and Monetary Union in Europe - the challenges ahead. Euro and European integration.
The nature and system rules of development of the European Union. Features of the monetary and banking system of the EU, which is made up of the European Central Bank and the national banks of member-states. Characteristics of the target payment system.
European Union approach on migration. Its immediate action in the lights of values. Military involvement in the crisis. Relocation and resettlement mechanisms. Challenge to human dignity and fundamental rights. Analysis of the European Union-Turkey deal.
Gravity model for Latvian trade in agricultural products, its use for the identification and assessment of key factors influencing trade flows. Characteristics of a positive trend of development of Latvia's total export of agricultural products.
Eurasian Economic Union, the purpose of its activities. The idea of a new joint currency, proposed by President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev. The projected economic impact. The signing of the agreement on the establishment of the Customs Union.
Globalization as a multi-dimensional process. The impact of the сrisis on the global economy. Mechanisms of the macroeconomic impact of the crisis in the manufacturing sector: overview. Textiles and garments. The automotive industry, agro-industries.
The environmental issues that are sorted out in the Visegrad Group countries. Historical consequences which caused the problems that are to be solved as soon as possible because the damage of the environment could be destroying for the society itself.
Comparison of a large economy of China with a economy of Hong Kong. Comparative analysis of the integration processes in Europe with the integration processes between Hong Kong and China. Practical aspects of trade in goods and services within the CEPA.
The inherent conflict between Economics and Security. From Neorealist security theory to the Copenhagen school. Implementation of Import Substitution Industrialisation in Russia: the Political Element and the benefits of increased domestic manufacturing.
Control of trade between the participating countries. The mechanism of the application of special protective, antidumping and countervailing measures in trade of the Customs Union. European Economic Community. The Tokyo Round: a try to reform the system.