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The big ten : the big emerging markets and how they will change our lives

Author: Jeffrey E Garten
Publisher: New York : BasicBooks, ©1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The Big Ten is the essential guide to the ten most important Big Emerging Markets. Jeffrey E. Garten, the Dean of the Yale School of Management and the former Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, explains who they are, why they have burst onto the world scene, and how they will reshape the world in the twenty-first century. The ten countries to watch are spread across the globe: Mexico, Brazil, and  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Garten, Jeffrey E., 1946-
Big ten.
New York : BasicBooks, ©1997
(OCoLC)647070182
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey E Garten
ISBN: 0465026516 9780465026517
OCLC Number: 36207572
Description: xxiii, 232 pages : illustrations, map ; 22 cm
Contents: Introduction: America's Challenge --
1. Who Are the Big Emerging Markets and Why Are They Important? --
2. The Rewards of Economic Engagement --
3. The Risks of Economic Engagement --
4. Beyond Economics: Political Power and Political Instability --
5. Clashes with American Values: Labor Practices, Human Rights, Environmental Protection --
6. America Unprepared --
7. Restructuring Our Policies at Home --
8. A Vigorous Commercial Diplomacy --
9. America's Choice --
Appendix. Snapshots of the Big Ten.
Responsibility: Jeffrey E. Garten.
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The Big Ten is the essential guide to the ten most important Big Emerging Markets. Jeffrey E. Garten, the Dean of the Yale School of Management and the former Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade, explains who they are, why they have burst onto the world scene, and how they will reshape the world in the twenty-first century. The ten countries to watch are spread across the globe: Mexico, Brazil, and Argentina in the Americas; China, India, Indonesia, and South Korea in Asia; Poland and Turkey in Europe; and in Africa, South Africa. He addresses the critical questions facing American policy makers, business executives, educators, and concerned citizens, and he outlines the bold changes that will be necessary if we are to control our national destiny in the decades to come. The Big Ten will help readers understand the importance of NAFTA, the rise of China, the connection between trade and human rights, and the imperatives for American foreign policy, business, and higher education. Packed with powerful insights and real-life stories from the front lines of international commerce, The Big Ten will redefine the way we think about America's global role in the twenty-first century.

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