Alternative Views of the New International Economic Order: A Survey and Analysis of Major Academic Research Reports focuses on research on the principles and objectives of the New International Economic Order, including concerns on nutrition, self-reliance, information technology, global security, and energy resources. The manuscript first discusses development as a global concept, as well as global security, nutrition, development, and energy and natural resources. The book then takes a look at international monetary and financial issues and international trade. Topics include reform of the international monetary system; collapse of the general agreement on tariffs and trade; and proposals in global projects. The publication examines transnational enterprises and technology transfer and food program, including transnational corporations and self-reliance, national sovereignty, technology transfer, and transnational enterprises. The book is a vital reference for readers interested in the study of the New International Economic Order.
Contents Foreword Preface Introduction Chapter 1 Development As A Global Concept Chapter 2 International Monetary And Financial Issues Chapter 3 International Trade Chapter 4 Transnational Enterprises and Technology Transfer Chapter 5 Food Program Notes Selected Bibliography Index About The Authors
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- © Pergamon 1979
- 1st January 1979
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