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2016, Volume 69 - Issue 4

ISSN: 2499-8265
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Data di pubblicazione: 13 ottobre 2016

EMERGING MEGA-INTEGRATION BLOCS: LIMITS AND PROSPECTS

Miroslav N. Jovanovic

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WHY ISN'T EUROPE GROWING?

Matti Viren

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EMU AND THE ANCHORING OF INFLATION EXPECTATIONS

David Mayes, Maritta Paloviita, Matti Viren

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INTERNATIONAL EVIDENCE ON THE FINANCIAL KUZNETS CURVE

Imad Moosa

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COMPARISON OF THE FUNDAMENTAL AND MONETARY MODELS OF THE DETERMINANTS OF THE ARGENTINE PESO/US DOLLAR EXCHANGE RATE

Yu Hsing

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THE IMPACT OF RECENT CRISIS ON THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IN THE UAE: EVIDENCE FROM ASYMMETRIC METHODS

Safa Al-Mohana, Abdulnasser Hatemi-J

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WHAT DRIVES LONG-RUN ECONOMIC GROWTH? EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM SOUTH AFRICA

Themba Chirwa, Nicholas Odhiambo

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Autore corrispondente

Miroslav N. JOVANOVIC, Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva, Switzerland

Emerging Mega-Integration Blocs: Limits and Prospects

Pagine

271-316

Riassunto

Accordi di mega-integrazione emergenti: limiti e prospettive


Il nascere di nuovi accordi di mega-integrazione è una caratteristica di rilievo del mercato economico globale. Gli Stati Uniti, l’Unione Europea e il Giappone vogliono stabilire autonomamente nuove regole future inerenti il commercio, gli investimenti e la risoluzione della controversie. Tutti gli altri soggetti dovranno accettare (o meglio subire) queste regole o saranno esclusi dai potenziali benefici. Tutto ciò può potenzialmente ritorcersi contro, in quanto importanti soggetti, come la Cina, potrebbero creare un sistema parallelo. Inoltre, l’intero processo normativo di questi accordi non è trasparente ed è gestito dalle grandi multinazionali che stabiliscono le regole a seconda delle loro necessità.  In  questo processo le persone non hanno diritti e non sono trattate da cittadini ma da consumatori, il che causa l’avversione delle popolazioni alla nascita di questi accordi. Il sistema di risoluzione delle dispute è controverso perché oscuro e creato ad hoc. Il processo di ratifica di questi nuovi mega accordi sarà lungo ed incerto e potrebbe anche finire fuori controllo.

Classificazione JEL

F10, F13, F15, F50

Parole chiave

TPP, TTIP, US, EU, China, Corporations, ISDS, Ratification

Indice dell'articolo

  1. Introduction
  2. Trans-Pacific Partnership
  3. Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
  4. Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
  5. Tripartite Free Trade Area
  6. Conclusions

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