Partners in East-West Economic Relations: The Determinants of Choice covers the proceedings of an international conference of the same name held at Montebello, Quebec on April 26-29, 1978. This conference brings together various professionals to address contemporary international economic relations issues. One of the three major issues tackled in this compilation is the reintegration of the economics of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe into the international division of labor. This compendium also studies the determinants of the choice of partners in East-West relations at the national and subnational levels. The last major topic concerned in this selection is the similarities and differences between partnerships in the East-West and North-South contexts. This compendium will be of interest to those interested in economics and related disciplines.
Introduction Part I: The Changing International Environment and East-West Economic Relations Chapter 1 The CMEA Countries in the Changing International Economic Climate Chapter 2 Commentary on Professor Bogomolov's Position Chapter 3 From the Present Crisis Towards the Establishment of a New International Economic Order: Theses for Discussion Chapter 4 East-West Economic Relations and the International Division of Labor Chapter 5 The Significance of Economic Interdependence Arising from East-West Relations Chapter 6 Comments Part II: Changing Actors and Roles in a New International Division of Labor Chapter 7 Changing Roles of International Institutional Actors in East-West and North-South Relations Chapter 8 Legal and Organizational Factors in the Participation of Western Multinationals in East-West Trade and Industrial Cooperation Chapter 9 Organizational Problems of Multinational Corporations in East-West Trade Chapter 10 Western Multinational Corporations in Eastern Europe and CMEA Integration Chapter 11 Comments Part III: The Choice of Partners: The Experiences of Some Selected Countries Chapter 12 The Trade-Partner Composition of Soviet Trade with the West Chapter 13 Choice of Partners in International Economic Relations: The Hungarian Experience Chapter 14 Traditional and Nontraditional Trade: The Case of Czechoslovakia Chapter 15 Factors Influencing Trade with the West: Albania, Mongolia, North Korea, and Vietnam Chapter 16 Comments Part IV: Factors Affecting the Choice of Partners Chapter 17 The Importance of Country Size: A Question But Not a Subject Chapter 18 Balance of Payments Constraints on Socialist Countries: Their Impact on the Choice of Trade Partners Chapter 19 Advanced Technology and the Choice of Trade Partners: The Soviet Policy Chapter 20 In Search of a Criterion for the Coalition in International Trade Chapter 21
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