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World Economy and International Economic Relations - Y.Kozak

Year 2015


PrefacePART I. INTRODUCTION TO WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONSChapter 1. The World Economy and International Economic Relations1.1. The World Economy: Basic Characteristics and StructureThe international division of laborInternational specializationInternational production cooperationThe world economy as a set of national economiesThe global economic division of laborTransnational specialization and cooperationThe world economy as a supranational spaceStructure of a single world economic spaceTechnological i subsystemEconomic subsystemLegal subsystemSocio-cultural subsystemThe multidimensionality of the world economic system1.2. International Economic Relations in the System of World EconomyThe concept of the international economic relations systemInternational economic relations - social and market-based control systemInternational economic relations - is an information system in the informationThe substrate of the international economic relations system and their structureThe subjects of the "International economic relations"System definition of the "International Economic Relations"Chapter 2. Integration and Globalization processes of World Economy and International Economic Relations2.1. Integration processes in the system of World Economy2.1.1. Notion of international economic integration2.1.2. Conditions of the international economic integration2.1.3. Targets, premises and motives of the economic integration process2.1.4. Methods and types of the international economic integration2.1.5. Stages of advancement (forms) of economic integration2.1.6. Regional integration groupings2.2. Globalization of modern international economic relations2.2.1. Globalization's characteristics2.2.2. Globalization's componentsPART II. MICROECONOMIC MECHANISMS FOR WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS AFFAIRSChapter 3. International Trade in World Economy and International Economic Relations System3.1. Basic features of modern international trade3.1.1. The Nature of International Trade3.1.2. The Geographical and Commodity Structures of International Trade3.1.3. Main Specific Features of International Trade3.1.4. The Importance of International Trade in the Modern World3.2. Fundamental Theories of International Trade Development3.2.1. Mercantilism: The Essence, the Significance and Limitations3.2.2. The Absolute Advantages Theory: the Essence, Positive and Negative Features3.2.3. The Comparative Advantage Theory: the Essence, the Importance and Disadvantages3.2.4. The Factor Proportions Theory: the Significance and its Testing by W. Leontief3.2.5. The Alternative International Trade Theories: the Reasons of Occurrence and the Significance3.3. International trade policy3.3.1. The Main Types of Trade Policy3.3.2. Tariff Methods for International Trade Regulation3.3.3. Non-tariff Barriers for International Trade RegulationChapter 4. International Factor Movements in World Economy and International Economic Relations System4.1.International capital movements4.1.1. The Main Points and Forms of International Capital Movements4.1.2. Foreign Direct Investment 4.1.3. The Nature of Portfolio Investment4.1.4. International Loan Capital Flows4.2. International Labor Migration4.2.1. The Causes of International Labor Migration4.2.2. The Main Stages of International Labor Migration4.2.3. The Modern Centers of International Labor Migration4.2.4. The consequences of International Labor Migration4.3. International Technology Transfer4.3.1. The Essences and Forms of the International Technology Transfer4.3.2. The Role of Licenses in International Trade4.3.3. The Role of International Trade in Engineering ServicesPART III. MACROECONOMIC MECHANISMS FOR WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS AFFAIRSChapter 5. Currency Structure of World Economy and International Economic Relations5.1. Currency and Exchange Rates5.1.1. The Essence of Currency and Exchange Rates5.1.2. The Calculating Types of Exchange Rates5.1.3. The Cross-Rate and the Tripartite Arbitrage5.1.4. Types of Exchange Rates According to the Degree of Flexibility5.1.5. The Demand and Supply for the Foreign Currency5.1.6. The Price Dependence on the Exchange Rate Changing5.1.7. The Factors Affecting the Exchange Rate5.1.8. The Forecast of the Exchange Rate5.2. Currency Relations and the Balance of Payments5.2.1. The Essence of Currency Relations and Exchange Rate Policy5.2.2. The Essentials of International Payments5.2.3. The Nature of the Balance of Payments5.2.4. The Compilation Principles of the Balance of Payments5.2.5. Standard Components of the Balance of Payments Structure5.2.6. The Compensation of the Balance of Payments Items5.2.7. The National Currency's Convertibility5.3. The Evolution of the World Monetary System5.3.1. The Features of the Gold Standard and the Gold Exchange Standard5.3.2. The Essence of the Bretton Woods Monetary System5.3.3. The Specificity of the Jamaica Monetary SystemChapter 6. World Finance in World Economy and International Economic Relations System6.1. Characteristics of the World Financial System 6.1.1. The Essence of International Financial Flows6.1.2. The Nature of the World Financial Market6.1.3. Development of the World Financial System under the Modern Conditions6.2. World Financial Centers6.2.1. The Specificity of Main World Financial Centers6.2.2. The Place of Offshore Zones in the System of World Financial Centers6.3. International Financial Markets6.3.1. The Foreign Exchange Market6.3.2. The International Credit Market6.3.3. The international securities marketPART IV. MACROECONOMIC POLICY IN OPEN SYSTEM OF WORLD ECONOMY AND INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC RELATIONSChapter 7. Targets and Instruments of Macroeconomic Policy in Open Economies7.1. The System of National Economic Accounting Used in International Exchange7.2. The Essence of Internal and External Equilibrium7.3. Tools of Economic Policy Used for Balance in Economy7.4. Influence of the Nominal Exchange Rate's Fluctuations on both Current Balance of Payments and Balance of Foreign Trade7.5. The Main Point of the Marshall-Lerner Condition7.6. The testimony of the J curveChapter 8. Macroeconomic Balance in Cases of the Fixed and Floating Exchange Rates8.1. The Nature and the Purpose of T. Swan Diagram8.2. The Essence and the Purpose of R. Mundell Model8.3. The Macroeconomic Balance in the Mundell – Fleming Model8.4. The Consequences of Foreign Trade Policy and Currency Devaluation / Revaluation in Case of the Fixed Exchange Rate8.5. The Model IS-LM-BP in the Analysis of Economic Policy8.6. Monetary and Fiscal Policy in Case of the Floating Exchange Rate and Various Degree of International Capital Mobility8.7. Influence of Foreign Trade Policy on the Economy in Case of the Floating Exchange RateChapter 9. The Application of the IS-LM-BP Model to Analyze the Impact of External Shocks in an Open Economy9.1. The Effects of Foreign Trade Shocks under Floating and Fixed Exchange Rates9.2. The Effects of External Shocks Associated with the International Capital MovementBIBLIOGRAPHY
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