|Statement||edited by David B. Audretsch, Leo Sleuwaegen, Hideki Yamawaki.|
|Series||Contributions to economic analysis -- 180|
|Contributions||Audretsch, David B., Sleuwaegen, Leo., Yamawaki, Hideki.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||317|
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. The Convergence of international and domestic markets / Author: edited by David B. Audretsch, Leo Sleuwaegen, Hideki Yamawaki. Publication info. International Convergence of Accounting Standards-Perspectives from the FASB on Challenges and Opportunities Robert H. Herz the FASB has pursued international "convergence" for almost half of help promote the efficiency of the world's capital markets. To that end, the FASB has and continues to invest considerable time and. Globalization of energy markets requires expertise in both domestic and international energy markets. Electricity and natural gas markets were, until very recently, considered local markets. However, at recent domestic natural gas prices, the economics of liquefied natural gas (LNG) have comparatively improved. LNG is relatively.
International Domestic Linkages and Policy Convergence. This book offers a fresh perspective by analyzing global governance in terms of three major trends, as exemplified by developments in. Convergence and Divergence: Developing a Semiglobal Marketing Strategy S a P. D g a a d C. Sa e C aig ABSTRACT Many markets are converging, as communications and logistic networks become more integrated and firms from all parts of the world are expanding operations on a global scale. At the same time, other markets are becoming moreCited by: Non-Convergence in Domestic Commodity Futures Markets: Causes, Consequences, and Remedies, EIB Economic Research Service/USDA Introduction A futures contract represents the obligation to trade a standardized quantity and quality of a given commodity at a speciﬁ ed future period for an agreed-upon price. Commodities such as grains and. Globalization and Convergence? The Domestic Impact of Globalization Globalization challenges a country’s capacity to promote national wealth and power. For some, the appearance of a global economy, in which goods, services, and ideas move easily in and out of countries, shifts the balance of power from states to markets. Globalization then.
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 . The globalization of markets is at hand. With that, the multinational commercial world nears its end, and so does the multinational corporation. The multinational and the global corporation are. Global Markets, Domestic Institutions. who examine such issues as the possible convergence of corporate governance practices around the world, national variations in the quality of corporate law, and the fiduciary responsibilities corporate managers around the world owe to their shareholders. Among the book's many insights is the. "The convergence of international and domestic markets: David Audretsch, Leo Sleuwaegen and Hideki Yamawaki, (North-Holland, Amsterdam) pp. ," International Journal of Industrial Organization, Elsevier, vol. 9(4), pages , December.