2) Neuberger wrote a working paper in the early 1970s evaluating the changes in the economic system
of Yugoslavia in relation to various political struggles grounded in regional and other differences.
Setting the entire discussion within the context of the globalization of production, he offers chapters on the politics-economics nexus in international relations, the historical evolution of the international economic system
, North-South dialogue, frameworks for national economic development from Keynes to monetarism, the Bretton Woods monetary order, the role of OPEC in the international economic system
, the debt crisis, foreign direct investment and transnational corporations in the global economy, development in Africa, and strategic planning,
Elahi further said that major economic reforms are much needed for creating a strong economic system
and exploiting the full potential of available huge amount of resources to cope up with prevailing economic challenges.
As the FBI continues to issue warnings regarding national security while remaining terrorist cells promise new attacks on the American economic system
, businesses are realizing that the risk is still very real, and that steps must be taken to ensure everyone's security.
Now all that may be left is an elaborate memorial to the accidental victims of an economic system
that tried to impose new rules of global trade, at its own peril.
And finally, the "macro level" includes policy decisions that shape the economic system
Congress, the only body the Constitution permits to declare war, is simultaneously shirking its duty and weakening our economic system
by funding this war with their cost.
The falling apart of the Soviet empire has left us as the sole global military power, and the strength of our economic system
has outlasted the might of the Asian Tigers.
US has spent $50 million in Nigeria s economic system
in 2013 alone, said United States of America Consul General, Jeffrey Hawkins during a courtesy visit to the Nigerian Stock Exchange.
This earlier economic system
was decidedly more market-based than the high-growth-period system.
Cyprus approved its second assessment from a troika of worldwide lenders in order to get its next tranche of a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) rescue program to help out its struggling economic system
and downsized financial industry.
Capitalism as a global economic system
may have worked in the 1900s, but to continue with it now is "calamitous," Mander writes.