The Political Economy of EEC Relations with African, Caribbean and Pacific States is a collection of papers the covers various areas of concerns in the relationship between the European Economic Community (EEC) and African, Caribbean and Pacific States (AFP). The text first covers the political economy of the EEC-ACP relations, and the proceeds to discussing indexation and stabilization scheme. In the last part, the selection deals with concerns in technology transfer, trade, and market access between the EEC and ACP. The book will be of great use to economists, sociologists, and political scientists.
Part I Political Economy of EEC/ACP Relations
Chapter 1 The Child of Lomé: Messiah, Monster or Mouse?
Chapter 2 Asymmetrical Interdependence: Renegotiating the Lome Convention
Part II Indexation and Stabex
Chapter 3 Indexation: A Missing Link in ACP/EEC Relations?
Chapter 4 Export Earnings Stabilization in the ACP/EEC Convention
Part III Technology Transfer, Trade and Market Access
Chapter 5 Transnational Corporations, Technology Transfer and Lomé
Chapter 6 Patterns of ACP/EEC Trade
Chapter 7 Lomé and Market Access
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- © Pergamon 1980
- 1st January 1980
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