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The economics of globalization : policy perspectives from public economics

Author: Assaf Razin; Efraim Sadka
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1999.
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The increasing economic openness expressed in the globalization of independent economic systems has created problems as well as opportunities that cross formal borders in new and unexpected ways. Professors Assaf Razin and Efraim Sadka have compiled and edited a series of essays based on lectures delivered at the 1996 Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance that explore the ramifications of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Assaf Razin; Efraim Sadka
ISBN: 0521622689 9780521622684
OCLC Number: 38139492
Notes: "Essays based on lectures delivered at the 1996 congress of the International Institute of Public Finance"--Jacket.
Description: xii, 420 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1. International mobility of technology. R & D and productivity: the international connection / Elhanan Helpman --
pt. 2. Capital flows and exchange-rate misalignment. International implications of German unification / Hans-Werner Sinn. Real-exchange-rate misalignments and growth / Ofair Razin and Susan M. Collins --
pt. 3. Tax incentives and patterns of capital flows. Implications of the home bias: a pecking order of capital inflows and corrective taxation / Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka, and Chi-Wa Yuen. Transfer pricing as a strategic device for decentralized multinationals / Guttorm Schjelderup and Lars Sørgard --
pt. 4. Limits to income redistribution in federal systems. Income redistribution in an economic union: the trade-off between international and intranational redistributions / Helmuth Cremer and Pierre Pestieau. Federal insurance of U.S. states: an empirical investigation / Bent E. Sørensen and Oved Yosha --
pt. 5. Tax harmonization, tax coordination, and the "disappearing taxpayer". Is there a need for a world tax organization? / Vito Tanzi. Taxation, financial innovation, and integrated financial markets: some implications for tax coordination in the European Union / Julian S. Alworth. Can international commodity-tax harmonization be Pareto-improving when governments supply public goods? / Ben Lockwood. Fiscal separation with economic integration: Israel and the Palestinian authority / Ephraim Kleiman --
pt. 6. Political-economy aspects of international tax competition. Factor taxation, income distribution, and capital-market integration / Andreas Haufler. Interjurisdictional tax competition: a political-economy perspective / Carlo Perroni and Kimberley A. Scharf --
pt. 7. Migration of skilled and unskilled labor. Economic integration, factor mobility, and wage convergence / Gilles Saint-Paul. Human-capital formation, asymmetric information, and the dynamics of international migration / Nancy H. Chau and Oded Stark --
pt. 8. Fiscal aspects of monetary unification. The interaction of fiscal policy and monetary policy in a monetary union: balancing credibility and flexibility / Roel M.W.J. Beetsma and A. Lans Bovenberg.
Responsibility: edited by Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka.
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The increasing economic openness expressed in the globalization of independent economic systems has created problems as well as opportunities that cross formal borders in new and unexpected ways. Professors Assaf Razin and Efraim Sadka have compiled and edited a series of essays based on lectures delivered at the 1996 Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance that explore the ramifications of globalization in selected areas of public finance.

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