International Business, Not as Usual
Edited by Michel Dumont & Glenn Rayp
Distributed by Coronet Books Inc.
237 pages, Illustrated
$77.50 Paper original
International economic integration often consists in countries strenghtening economic links with a relatively small group of geographically close countries whereas links with more distant countries remain neglected. Regional agreements may acutally reinforce such insider-outsider phenomenon. Through geographical and cultural distance substantially hampers international trade, the fragmentation of the world economy into trading blocks may result in detrimental lock-in effects and the disregard of existing oppotunities.
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