The Planned Economies and International Economic Organizations

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Cambridge University Press, 26/04/1991 - 318 páginas
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This is the first comprehensive study of the role of socialist countries within the international economic order. The author presents an overview of the emergence of the postwar economic order and examines the key features of three kinds of centrally planned economies. He then analyzes the role of financial frameworks and the international trade system in ensuring smooth economic relations among market-type economies and he details the problems of associating typical CPEs within them. Finally Jozef van Brabant explores the possibility of reconstituting a multilateral economic order that can provide greater security, predictability, stability and reliability in international economic relations. The Planned Economies and International Economic Organizations is written at a time when the Soviet Union and other centrally planned economies are seeking closer links with the mainstream world economy. It will therefore be of interest to governments and institutional economists as well as to students and specialists of Soviet and East European studies, international relations and comparative economics.
 

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Eastwest economic relations
9
Wartime planning for a new economic order
24
The socialist countries and Bretton Woods
43
Toward a rationale for nonparticipation
62
Reforming the traditional CPE
82
National economic reforms and the economic mechanism
99
International monetary arrangements and Eastern Europe
115
Evolution of the CPEs and the IMS
121
Provisions in the Charter for CPE
172
The provisions of the GATT for dealing with CPEs
181
Problems of bringing CPEs into the GATT
192
The benefits and drawbacks of the GATT approach
209
The CPEs and reform of the global economic order
215
Regaining multilateralism and international regimes
221
Economic reforms in CPEs and the international economic
233
The CPEs and remaking the IMS
252

The original critique of the BWS by the CPEs
130
The participation of CPEs in the IMS
137
Weaknesses and strengths of the prevailing BWS
147
The international trading system and the CPEs
166
The CPEs and remaking the IFS
259
Conclusions
267
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