Description - Globalization and National Economic Welfare by M. Panic
This volume analyses one of the most important and difficult macroeconomic questions at the beginning of the 21st century: how to overcome the growing threat to economic progress and political stability posed by negative aspects of globalization. Economic problems are becoming increasingly international, demanding action at the supranational level, yet the only effective institutional framework for dealing with them remains national. The essays make a contribution to a highly topical debate by integrating micro and macroeconomic analysis, covering a wide range of specific institutional and policy issues drawn from the experience of many countries all from the perspective of an academic economist with an unusually intimate knowledge of decisionmaking at the highest level.
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Author Biography - M. Panic
M. PANIC is a fellow of Selwyn College, University of Cambridge and Visiting Professor of International Economics at the University of Milan. Previous positions include posts in the Economic Department at Ford Motor Company (UK), as an Under-Secretary in the UK Government Economic Service and as Head of External Policy Division at the Bank of England. He has served on a number of international committees and is currently a member of the United Nations Committee for Development Policy. His publications include books and many articles on international economics, economic policy and industrial economics.