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Fischer Thomas C. (EN). Professor Fischer presents a comprehensive overview of global trade at the start of a new century, from a national, regional, and international viewpoint.

Fischer Thomas C. He looks closely at the four dominant and competing economic systems-the United States, the European Union, Japan, and China-and argues that the traditional we-win/you-lose national trade paradigm has been replaced by one that is more collaborative, one that is leaning toward de facto world governance.

Fischer argues that the United States needs allies in the new era of world trade, that the private . This is an adventurous and imaginative study of the "globalization" of world trade.

Fischer argues that the United States needs allies in the new era of world trade, that the private sector is increasingly influential in driving the world trade agenda, and that trade globalization creates a new paradigm that supplants traditional national competition. The author delves deeply into complex areas, and he presents his material with both lucidity and a lightness of touch.

Professor Fischer presents a comprehensive overview of global trade at the start of a new century, from a national .

Professor Fischer presents a comprehensive overview of global trade at the start of a new century, from a national, regional, and international viewpoint.

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Leading that effort was the United States, the only large, major country to exit that .

Leading that effort was the United States, the only large, major country to exit that war with its economic structures and society intact and relatively unharmed. These men and their many allies throughout the West and the world purposely set out to create an interdependent network of institutions, alliances, agreements and relationships to prevent not just America but the entire world from experiencing the catastrophes that had twice rained mayhem upon humanity in the first half of the 20th century. But shockingly, the end of one superpower-the Soviet Union in 1991-came without the loss of a single Russian or American soldier.

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Relations between the United States of America (USA) and the European Union (EU) are the bilateral relations between that country and the supranational organization. The USA and EU have been interacting for more than sixty years

Relations between the United States of America (USA) and the European Union (EU) are the bilateral relations between that country and the supranational organization. The USA and EU have been interacting for more than sixty years. USA-EU relations officially started in 1953 when USA ambassadors visited the European Coal and Steel Community (EU precursor).

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Professor Fischer presents a comprehensive overview of global trade at the start of a new century, from a national, regional, and international viewpoint. He looks closely at the four dominant and competing economic systems―the United States, the European Union, Japan, and China―and argues that the traditional we-win/you-lose national trade paradigm has been replaced by one that is more collaborative, one that is leaning toward de facto world governance. He compares foreigners' attitudes toward trade and markets with our own, using four economic models that typify world trade today. He examines the interface between national, regional, and international trading systems and between business and government, then at the prospect of global trade management in different trade sectors under the GATT/WTO and other organizations. The result is a provocative discussion of global trade today.

Professor Fischer makes it clear that the United States needs allies. Though its influence in the world trade arena will continue, America's hegemony has ended. The European Union is America's most obvious ally, but it has many problems and ambitions of its own. The North American Free Trade Agreement has solidified the North American market but it may isolate and lose South America, while Japan, China, Russia, and others are left to develop alliances of their own. All these factors raise important global questions, among them: Can American capitalism prevail? Should the United States proceed unilaterally, as it has so often? Or are regional and multinational arrangements preferable? If there is further globalization, as seems inevitable, and if American influence is on the wane, what group or organization will lead? To explore these questions and provide the beginnings of answers, Professor Fischer uses his four competing economic systems and handicaps the process country by country, sector by sector, with particular attention to transatlantic relations.


The United States, the European Union, and the Globalization of World Trade: Allies or Adversaries? download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Thomas C. Fischer
ISBN: 1567200370
Category: Other
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Praeger; n edition (April 30, 2000)
Pages: 360 pages