REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OPEN REGIONALISM

By: BULMER-THOMAS

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This collection is a sober assessment of the state of regional integration in Latin America and the Caribbean. It studies the question from four perspectives: economic, institutional, political, and in relation to the rest of the world. It considers the questions raised by LAC countries' efforts to use 'new' regionalism to address the challenges of globalization and to explore the nature and meaning of open regionalism. This thematic treatment draws on the experience of the different schemes currently in place in the region: NAFTA, CACM, CARICOM, the Andean Community and MERCOSUR. It also examines the nature of globalization, including concerns over the relationship between regionalism and the multilateral system. There is now a broad consensus among LAC countries that regional integration can help them adjust to the new world order, but there is much less agreement on how to achieve it and what reforms are needed to bring it about.

Title: REGIONAL INTEGRATION IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OPEN REGIONALISM

Author Name: BULMER-THOMAS

Categories: World History,

Publisher: INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES:

ISBN Number: 1900039427

ISBN Number 13: 9781900039420

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: GOOD / VERY GOOD

Seller ID: 218031

Description: 2001 BRIGHT SOFTCOVER, SMALL AMOUNT OF LT BLUE HIGHLIGHTING INSTITUTE OF LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES [BULMER-THOMAS] THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF OPEN REGIONALISM

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