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  • Identifying European economic integration and globalization : a review of concepts and measures
  • Economic geography ; Economic integration ; Economic policy ; Europe ; European Union ; Globalization ; Gross domestic product ; International trade ; Trade agreement ; Transaction cost
  • Processes of regional economic integration such as the European integration process have been shaping the economic relations between countries significantly during the last decades. At the same time an increasing integration of all national
  • economies into the global economy has affected these economic relations, too. In an effort to contribute to operationalizing these integration processes for the purpose of empirical analyses, this paper reviews the concepts and actual measures of European
  • integration and globalization. In particular, it discusses ways of separating the effects of European integration from those of globalization, thereby also reducing problems of endogeneity and collinearity.
  • Integration of Zambian maize markets.
  • Economic integration ; Liberalisation ; Maize ; Market ; Price ; Zambia
  • This paper investigates regional and international integration of maize markets in Zambia to test wether the liberalization policy has led to internally and externally integrated food markets. The results indicate that regional maize markets
  • are integrated ; however, the level of regional and international market integration is low and has not increased over time. - (L'A.).
  • Arab industrialisation and economic integration.
  • Economical and integration problems of the large-scale farming in Hungary
  • Flexible integration in the New Southern Africa
  • Africa ; Economic integration ; Economic policy ; Political geography ; Region ; Regionalism ; Southern Africa
  • Regional integration amongst the countries of Southern Africa is experiencing a fundamental realignment in the post-apartheid era. An examination of the principle factors, both international in the twenty-first century is offered. It is argued
  • that the existing political infrastructure supporting regional integration has the potential to promote rivalry between the various regional arrangements and, ultimately, their member states. - (AJC)
  • Regional economic integration and the evolution of disparities
  • Division of labour ; Economic integration ; Europe ; Externalities ; Living standard ; Market ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy ; United States
  • The paper provides an overview of the evolution of interregional disparities in Europe and in the United States in recent decades, considering also the changes that economic integration over the 1990s and beyond may bring. Data are analyzed
  • , providing insights into past performance. The characteristics of regional inversion processes are discussed, and their potential for reducing interregional disparities as economic integration advances. Innovation plays a central role.
  • Regional patterns of industry location in transition countries : does economic integration with the European Union matter ?
  • Bulgaria ; Correlation ; Economic integration ; Estonia ; European integration ; Hungary ; Industrial location ; Romania
  • ASEAN economic integration and a place for New Zealand
  • Asia ; Development strategy ; Division of labour ; Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; Investment ; New Zealand ; South-Eastern Asia ; Transnational corporation
  • Several forms of emerging regional economic cooperation are discussed, including AFTA, subregional economic zones and the promotion of wider regional economic forums. The role of large companies from within ASEAN is then examined and the distinctive
  • attibutes of these transnational corporations outlined. New Zealand's participation in ASEAN's economic growth is considered and the use of joint ventures and networking as ways of expanding participation within the region.
  • Kapitalistische okonomische Integration und Territorialstrukturen der internationalen Wirtschaftsorganisation Intégration économique capitaliste et structures territoriales de l'organisation économique internationale
  • By the example of the European Common Market the effects of internationalization of production by economic integration and on the territorial structure of the reproduction process is explained. Both, private and state-monopolistic forms
  • of integration have an influence on the territorial structure. This is explained and proved by means of some examples. In connection with processes of integration rises an influence on the territorial structure of economic and residential areas
  • - the investigation field of economic and social geography. - (l'Ed.).
  • Economic integration: the Nigerian experience since independence
  • An assessment of the effect of associate membership of the EEC and membership of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) on development within Nigeria. (EMS).
  • China and East Asia : an appraisal of regional economic integration
  • Asia ; China ; Eastern Asia ; Economic indicators ; Economic integration ; Gravity model ; Hong Kong ; International trade ; Japan ; Regional integration ; South Korea ; Taiwan
  • Integration and disintegration: a political geography of the European Union
  • Economic integration ; Europe ; European Union ; France ; Political geography ; Region ; Sovereignty ; Spain ; State ; United Kingdom
  • Description of moves toward integration in the European Union and discusses the implications of those trends for the future of the sovereign state. Spain, France and the United Kingdom are used as examples. - (DWG)
  • Integrated evaluation on the regional developmental level
  • China ; Economic system ; Industrial structure ; Living standard ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Regional economy
  • The output functions of regional economic system are principally restricted by the internal structure and external input. The A. present a measurement model of regional developmental level. According to the integrated evaluation coefficients, the 28
  • Transforming the North Korean economy for the territorial integration of the Korean peninsula.
  • Agrarian reform ; Economic integration ; Economy ; Industry ; North Korea ; Private property
  • The author attempts to establish a set of strategic guidelines for the gradual reformation and transformation of the North Korean economy which pay adequate attention to the spatial dimension of economic transformation. In addition to this spatial
  • The regional economic effects of European integration
  • Geographical problems of socialist economic integration
  • Economic structure and change in the Balkan region : implications for integration, transition and economic cooperation
  • Albania ; Balkans ; Bulgaria ; Economic cooperation ; Economic indicators ; Economic integration ; Economic restructuring ; Economic situation ; Economic space ; Economic structure ; Economy ; Europe ; Former Yugoslavia ; Greece ; Romania
  • Africa ; Economic cooperation ; Economic integration ; Regional development ; Regional economy ; Southern Africa
  • The abolition of statutory apartheid in South Africa has opened up the possibilities for regional economic cooperation. A range of groupings from customs unions to political-economic unions are examined with relation to integration theory. - (AJC)
  • Integration and mobility of Eastern European migrants in Scotland
  • Adaptation ; Eastern Europe ; International migration ; Labour migration ; Local labour market ; Mobility ; Scotland ; Social geography ; Societal relations ; Sociological integration ; United Kingdom
  • This paper explores theoretical and practical issues related to employment migration and integration of Eastern European migrants in Aberdeenshire ,Scotland. By drawing on theorizations of mobility and integration from economics and geography, we
  • propose a broader conceptualization of integration that recognizes the changing migration trajectories of Eastern European migrants. It adopts an interdisciplinary approach to the collection and analysis of data gathered from individual interviews
  • and survey data in order to investigate the relationships between the movement of migrants, integration and employment.
  • [b2] Dept. of Economics, Business School, Univ., Aberdeen, Royaume-Uni
  • The economic migration in contemporary world : an example of analysis of migration and integration behaviour of the Romanians in Paris, London and Rome
  • Economic integration ; Emigration ; International migration ; London ; Paris ; Rome
  • In international migration, economic reasons are usually the most important factor while taking decision to move into another country. The results of the study give an insight into everyday life of immigrants, challenges they meet, their desires