Cultural Diversity And International Economic Integration

Author: Paolo Guerrieri
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
ISBN:
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Cultural Diversity And International Economic Integration from the Author: Paolo Guerrieri. '. . . represents an extremely valuable contribution to the debate on cultural diversity and international trade. . . its originality consists in providing a fresh and unbiased look at the issues at stake, formulating interesting policy recommendations and taking an economic perspective on the subject matter. . .' - Anna Herold, Journal of Cultural Economics This book aims to improve the understanding of the relationship between cultural diversity and international economic integration and its implications for global governance of the audio-visual sector.

Israel Selected Issues And Statistical Appendix

Author: International Monetary Fund
Publisher: International Monetary Fund
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Israel Selected Issues And Statistical Appendix from the Author: International Monetary Fund. The paper suggests that several factors, besides tight monetary policy, may well have contributed to the high real interest rates that have been observed in Israel. The paper examines the impact of unanticipated changes in nominal interest rate monetary policy shocks on a number of variables in Israel. The paper provides evidence that the inflation expectation measure derived from the capital markets tends to overstate the trend in actual inflation. The paper also provides statistical data on the economic indices of Israel.

Environmental Disclosure Practices And Financial Performance

Author: Khondkar E. Karim
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1567205232
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Environmental Disclosure Practices And Financial Performance from the Author: Khondkar E. Karim. The many and varied recent developments in the field of international commercial arbitration are once again brought together in this Volume of Yearbook Commercial Arbitration. As in previous volumes, the accent lies on cases in the form of arbitral awards and court decisions, 80 in total. They are selected for inclusion for their general interest and relevance to international practice, presented in a uniform style and translated into English from Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Swedish and Spanish.The selection of arbitral awards covers a broad spectrum of commercial sectors: finance, maritime, commodities and manufacturing, as well as a variety of contract types such as consultancy, distributorship, foreign investment and sales.The awards also examine many aspects of procedure such as assignment and succession, jurisdiction, determination of the applicable law (including lex mercatoria ), interim measures and the powers of arbitrators. ICSID, ICC and Iran-US Claims Tribunal awards are included as well as awards from German, Italian, Japanese and Russian arbitral institutions.The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has a place in the Yearbook for the first time in the form of a Decision on the place of arbitration and Award on jurisdiction by an ad hoc tribunal constituted under this Agreement and applying the UNCITRAL Rules.Prominence is given to the reporting on the 1958 New York Convention where 42 decisions from 15 jurisdictions comprising 13 countries, the Court of Justice of the European Communities and the Full Tribunal of the Iran-US Claims Tribunal are included.

The Five Most Competitive African Countries As A Benchmark For Other African Nations

Author: A. -K. Rademacher
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3640768892
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The Five Most Competitive African Countries As A Benchmark For Other African Nations from the Author: A. -K. Rademacher. Research paper from the year 2006 in the subject Economics - Case Scenarios, grade: 1,5, University of Cooperative Education Mannheim, course: International Seminar, language: English, abstract: This term paper on hand analyses the competitiveness of five African nations. Depending on the data from the WEF, five African nations have been chosen. These are in detail South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Mauritius and Egypt. The main goal of this paper was to analyze these countries in their competitiveness and benchmark them as an example for other African nations. Therefore this paper first gives an overview on the current political situation, the geographical conditions and the historic background to each country. Each country then is analyzed in the primary, secondary and tertiary sector and gives details on the main economical challenges of each country. The benchmarking deals with the performance in different categories which are Government Efficiency, Business Efficiency, Economic Performance and Infrastructure. The paper on hand comes to the conclusion that the selected five countries are indeed very competitive countries within the African continent. They all have dealt with problematic fields of their economy in the past in their individual way and thus improved their performance. The majority of these five countries still have to work harder on these problematic areas to reach a worldwide competitive level, some of them have already reached this level to some extent. The necessary background information and statistics have been taken from the World Economic Forum (WEF) and various reliable internet resources. The paper on hand analyses the data within the past 16 years or more, depending on the question analysed.