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Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility (International Political Economy)

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Globalization,
  • International finance,
  • Political economy,
  • Political Science,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Politics/International Relations,
  • Economics - General,
  • Finance,
  • International Relations - General,
  • Political Science / International Relations,
  • Capital movements,
  • International relations

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsTimothy J. Sinclair (Editor), Kenneth P. Thomas (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages222
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9714060M
    ISBN 100333725530
    ISBN 109780333725535

    International Capital Mobility and External Account Determination th Edition. by Anthony J. Makin (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: Type and amount of capital held, whether economic, cultural, social, or symbolic Within the dominant, middle, and lower classes are factions Dominant, intermediate, and dominated (which are further divided into dominance categories.

      In this globalized world, international capital mobility must be taken as a ing to modern international economic theory, if international capital mobility is a given, then there are only tAuthor: John M. Mason. As documented in the superb book by Maurice Obstfeld and Alan Taylor, Global Capital Markets, financial globalization has made its greatest strides in rich countries. Gross international capital flows, which have risen enormously in recent years, move primarily among rich countries.

      The conventional wisdom about the domestic political effects of economic internationalization in recent decades is overdrawn and too simple. Increasing exposure to trade and capital mobility has not led all countries to pursue the same types of economic by: developing a global overview of human capital mobility and then subsequently by introduc-1In the absence of immigration and emigration ow data by skill level, the best nations are able to do in terms of assessing their net human capital situation and thus the e ectiveness of their policies, is to compare.


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Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility (International Political Economy) Download PDF EPUB FB2

Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility highlights the importance of mobile resources as a feature of globalization, and challenges the received wisdom about the causes and effects of international capital mobility.

There seems little doubt that a sea change is taking place as a result of globalization. International Capital Mobility Which Structural Policies Reduce Financial Fragility.

The structure of a country’s external liabilities, as well as the extent and nature of its international financial integration are key determinants of its vulnerability to financial crises. This is confirmed by new empirical analysis covering OECD and Cited by: These govern agents' responses to social conditioning, their individual patterns of social mobility and whether Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility book not they contribute to social stability or change.

Thus the internal conversation is seen as being the missing link between society and the individual, structure and agency. The extensive expansion of international capital mobility in recent years has accorded bond-rating agencies a central place in the dynamics of globalization and Sinclair does a masterful job of explicating the various ways in which these new masters of capital exercise their power and perform their roles."―James N.

Rosenau, University Cited by: Timothy J. Sinclair teaches international political economy at the University of Warwick. He is the co-author of Approaches to World Order and the editor of Global Governance: Critical Concepts in Political Science, Structure and Agency in International Capital Mobility and Approaches to 8/10().

International Economics Assignment Help, International capital mobility, International Capital Mobility is explained below: The case for the international capital mobility was most evidently articulated by MacDougal in He presented a framework including two. international capital mobility.

We explore various measures of capital mobility. Nearly all of these measures show that the effect of net official flows on the current account declines as mobility increases. In our baseline specification, across all our measures of capital mobility, current accounts.

IN HISTORY: THE SAVING-INVESTMENT RELATIONSHIP Alan M. Taylor Working Paper NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge, MA September This work is related to a larger project with Maurice Obstfeld (Obstfeld and Taylor ) on the historical evolution of international capital mobility.

THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MOBILITY International Political Economy Series Series Standing Order ISBN 0–––2 hardcover Series Standing Order ISBN 0–––6 paperback (outside North America only) You can receive future titles in this series as they are published by placing a standing order.

Abstract. One of the most intriguing puzzles in international finance is the Feldstein-Horioka proposition (Feldstein and Horioka, ).

As is well known, Feldstein and Horioka showed that in cross-country data, saving and investment rates have a correlation of nearly : Robert Dekle.

Citing as his source the book Kicking Away the Ladder written by Ha-Joon Chang, Correa identified the difference between an "American system" opposed to a "British System" of free trade.

The Americans explicitly viewed the latter, he says, as "part of the British imperialist system". PROFESSIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK REVIEWS, NOTES AND COMMENTS. Review of “Managing Foreign Exchange Risk,” Richard J.

Herring, ed., Journal of Money, Credit and Banking (February ), “On Capital Mobility in the World Economy,” Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy (Spring, ), International Capital Mobility in the s Maurice Obstfeld.

NBER Working Paper No. (Also Reprint No. r) Issued in November NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment This paper surveys the performance of international capital markets.

Capital Transfer Factor Mobility and National Advantage Trade and Capital Capital Mobility and Production Patterns Tariffs and Capital Movement The Small-Country Case The Large-Country Case Multinational Firms Glossary Bibliography Biographical Sketch Summary International mobility of labor and.

Growth of the international capital market Removal of capital controls to allow Œ lose –xed exchange rates Œ gain capital mobility.

O⁄shore Banking Business a bank™s foreign o¢ ces conduct outside home countries Three types of institutions Œ Agency o¢ ce abroad Œarranges loans and transfers funds but does not accept.

Matthew Watson draws a distinction between the spatial and the functional mobility of capital, allowing fresh insights into existing work on the subject whilst repoliticizing the very idea of capital being 'in motion'. The dynamics of capital mobility and the patterns of risk exposure are illustrated through four detailed global case studies.

The flow of mobile capital typically occurs via foreign direct investment, portfolio flows, and bank transfers. If capital is mobile, then it means it is easy and seamless to move capital from one country to another.

Perfect capital mobility would imply no transaction or other costs in moving capital from one country to another.

International capital mobility is a fundamental aspect of the political economy of globalization, and this study develops a new framework for understanding this crucial phenomenon. Matthew Watson draws a distinction between the spatial and the functional mobility of capital, allowing fresh insights into existing work on the subject whilst Author: Watson M.

international capital mobility introduction 14 Mike Moore. Causes and Effects of International Labor Mobility - Duration: Unit -- International Capital Flow - Duration: Capital Mobility and Workers in Asia: Case Studies on Japan, China, Philippines and Thailand Edited by Asia Monitor Resource Centre For ATNC Monitoring Network This book is a part of Capital Mobility Research Paper Series as a collaborative work carried out by AMRC and the researchers of Asian TNC Monitoring Network (ATNC).

Analysis of International Capital Mobility in ASEAN-5 Countries: Savings-Investment Nexus with supportive government policies, cheaper labor cost, production capability and favorable demographics.

They adopted deregulation policy to attract capital inÀow for instance Indonesia, Malaysia and ThailandFile Size: KB.on measuring international capital mobility. Three main functions of a globally integrated and efficient world capital market provide focal points for the analysis.Capital income taxes would produce a distortion on the steady-state capital stock, by driving it away from its golden rule level.

A. Giooannini, International capital mobility and capital-income taxation that are analogous to those outlined above.' Once again, these results can be substantially modified in a multiperiod by: