4 edition of Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe found in the catalog.
by Edward Elgar Publishing
Written in English
|Contributions||Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell (Corporate Author), Peter Mooslechner (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||496|
the great divergence: china, europe, and the making of the modern world economy / kenneth pomeranz. p. cm. — (the princeton economic history of the western world) includes bibliographical references and index. isbn (cl: alk. paper) 1. europe—economic conditions—18th century. 2. europe—economic conditions—19th century. Convergence between the euro zone's richer and poorer economies appears to be resuming, but income gaps remain huge and the euro has not been a catalyst for reducing inequality, a study published Author: Reuters Editorial.
Abstract. The all-round aspects of bilateral relations are considered in the common Ukrainian-Polish monograph. Authors uncover important features of social-and economic systems convergence under conditions of globalization and European integration, as well as the further transformation of Central- and East European : Dmytro Lukianenko, Viktor Chuzhykov, Michał Gabriel Wozniak, Larysa Leontiivna Antoniuk, Teresa Bal-. This new working paper attempts to address some of the main problems of the European Union today. The main thesis is that the Weltanschauung and the economic narrative on which the European project has been based have changed radically since the inception of the European Project, from one conducive to convergence and cohesion to another which is conducive to divergence and, in .
Europe and Asia are increasingly linked through trade, economic and political interactions. The Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) reflects this enhanced interaction between the two regions as do China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Europe’s own cross-border connectivity plans and similar blueprints for connecting nations and regions drawn up by Japan, ASEAN, India and others. The great economic divergence between China and Europe has generated countless debates, and as various scholars unite to provide reasons for this phenomenon, numerous interesting theories are born. Among these views is the monumental theory of history researcher and professor Kenneth Pomeranz.
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Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe will be of interest to economists and researchers of regional and European studies, particularly those with a focus on integration. Its accessible and non-technical approach assures its appeal to experts from the banking and governmental by: Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe will be of interest to economists and researchers of regional and European studies, particularly those with a focus on integration.
Its accessible and non-technical approach assures its appeal to experts from the banking and Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe book sectors. This uneven book addresses a very interesting and extremely important issue; what accounts for the "Great Divergence" in economic trajectories between western Europe-North America and China over the last few centuries.
Wong and Rosenthal attack several prior explanations for this phenomenon and then attempt to provide their own by: Economic Convergence and Divergence in Europe: Growth and Regional Development in an Enlarged European Union by Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell, Peter Mooslechner and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Convergence or Divergence between Nations The concept of convergence between countries in terms of GDP per capita is currently a common question of economic thinking, this convergence hypothesis is based on the neoclassical growth models.
For these models the convergence will occur when a poor country tends to catch up. This paper examines the effect of this variation on regional economic cohesion in Europe. We measure the effect of convergence or divergence in the share of the working age population on. The idea of convergence in economics (also sometimes known as the catch-up effect) is the hypothesis that poorer economies' per capita incomes will tend to grow at faster rates than richer economies.
As a result, all economies should eventually converge in terms of per capita income. Developing countries have the potential to grow at a faster rate than developed countries because diminishing. This highly topical book addresses the challenge of economic convergence within Europe, beginning with a thorough review of the theory of growth and related empirical research.
Historical and more recent economic developments within the present EU and current accession countries are discussed, along with the design for the process of further Cited by: 7. This highly topical book addresses the challenge of economic convergence within Europe, beginning with a thorough review of the theory of growth and related empirical research.
Historical and more recent economic developments within the present EU and current accession countries are discussed, along with the design for the process of further Cited by: Economic Convergence Between the CEE-8 and the European Union Article in Eastern European Economics 45(1) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Get this from a library. Economic convergence and divergence in Europe: growth and regional development in an enlarged European Union. [Gertrude Tumpel-Gugerell; Peter Mooslechner; Oesterreichische Nationalbank.;] -- Recoge: 1.
Introductory session. - 2. Past convergence within the European Union. - 3. Accesion countries: achievements in real convergence. Europe Under Stress: Convergence and Divergence in the European Community is the second of two volumes which flow from a Chatham House project on the political implications of economic divergence in the European Community, funded by the Social Science Research Council.
Towards the background of the introduction of the euro inFrance, Germany and Italy have just lately skilled greater divergence in phrases of GDP progress. Certainly, there isn’t a consensus amongst economists relating to the consequences of financial union, which may lead both to extra specialisation as in america, or to growing intra.
The changing pattern of regional convergence in Europe. Empirical evidence from a cross-section and a panel data analysis: Introduction-- The econometric methods applied in this study to test for convergence-- The data-- Results: Regional convergence and non-convergence in Western Europe during the past 40 years-- Conclusions European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission [Check Against Delivery] László Andor European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion Lecture at Helsinki University Helsinki, 7 October Ladies and gentlemen, I am grateful for the chance to share with you today some key conclusions of the time I have spent as Member of the.
The European Cohesion Problem. The Neo-Classical Model of Growth and Regional Convergence. The Changing Pattern of Regional Convergence in Europe. Empirical Evidence from a Cross-Section and Panel Data Analysis.
Further Economic Theories in the Convergence-Divergence Debate --pt. Determinants of Regional Growth. Davids, CAEconomic discourse in Europe between Scholasticism and Mandeville: convergence, divergence and the case of the Dutch Republic.
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Davids. Determinants of Convergence and Disparities in Europe: Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and the Processes of Clustering: /ch Innovation and entrepreneurship are key factors in current regional development initiatives, derived from Author: Andreas P.
Cornett, Nils Karl Sørensen. ECB Economic Bulletin, Issue 5 / – Article 30 Article Real convergence in the euro area: evidence, theory and policy implications An important lesson from the euro area sovereign debt crisis is that the need for sound economic policies does not end once a country has adopted the euro.
There. Many favor cultural and environmental explanations of the nineteenth-century economic divergence between Europe and the rest of the world. This book, the product of over twenty years of research, China has reemerged as a powerhouse in the global economy, reviving a classic question in economic history: why did sustained economic growth arise in /5.
Convergence: Divergence: Notes: the two equations, This study tests for convergence in financial development and economic growth by incorporating the interaction between the real and financial sectors into an otherwise traditional test for convergence.
The results show strong evidence for Cited by: KYIV NATIONAL ECONOMIC UNIVERSITY named after VADYM HETMAN Convergence and Divergence in Europe: Polish and Ukrainian Cases Monograph Scientific editors Dmytro LUKIANENKO Viktor CHUZHYKOV Michał Gabriel WOŹNIAK Author: Dmytro Lukianenko, Viktor Chuzhykov, Michał Gabriel Wozniak, Larysa Leontiivna Antoniuk, Teresa Bal.This book explores economic developments across Europe in relation to its apparent segmentation, as disparities widen between core and periphery countries.
In contrast to previous literature, the scope of analysis is extended to Europe as a continent rather than confining it solely to the European.