Interdependence and Conflicts in the World Economy

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Interdependence and Conflicts in the World Economy

By Mihaly Simai
Sijthoff/Akademiai Kiado, 1980
220 pp.

In this comprehensive study, Professor Simai of Budapest deals very realistically with the tension between economic interdependence and the conduct of national economies, and with the differences between intergovernmental cooperation and truly global approaches. A study of Hungarian adaptation, cooperation among the socialist countries, and probable structural changes in the world economy over the rest of the century are other high points of this valuable book.

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