Economic Integration and Economic Strategy by F. KozmaEconomic Integration and Economic Strategy by F. Kozma

Economic Integration and Economic Strategy

byF. Kozma

Paperback | November 13, 2013

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It was in 1967-68 that I wrote the book Economic relations between "the two Europes" and the socialist international cooperation, published in 1970. Its main message may be summed up as follows: 1. Between economic development and underdevelopment exists a state which stabilizes under capitalist economic-and world economic-relations and con­ stitutes a particular peripheral zone around the developed cores of the world economy. It is a historic feat of the European socialist countries to have broken out of this peripheral situation and to move towards the complete liquidation of their historical backwardness. 2. The position of the group of European socialist countries in world economy, and within it, in Europe, is determined by the asymmetry which is at the same time the most characteristic feature of their domestic development: namely, that the "traditional" extent and manner of their participation in the international division of labour no longer corresponds to their development requirements, their having become much more developed and exacting. At the same time, their full participation in the division of labour of the highly developed countries is still hindered-beyond the deliberate and spontaneous repressive efforts of the West-by the fact that their forces of production have not yet reached an advanced state. This is what makes East-West economic relationships even more con­ tradictory and constitutes a menace to every effort made in this direction. 3.
Title:Economic Integration and Economic StrategyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:240 pagesPublished:November 13, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401713642

ISBN - 13:9789401713641

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Table of Contents

One: the world economic environment of the socialist economic integration in the early and mid-seventies.- One: The new stage of the crisis of the capitalist world economy and the socialist alternative.- Two: Realistic perspectives of East-West economic cooperation.- Two. Contributions to the Theory of the International Division of Labour.- One: Internationalization of economic processes.- Two: Limitations to the measurement of intertwining.- Three: Advantages deriving from the division of labour.- Four: Character of the national economies and the field of gravitation.- Three: The Socialist Integration.- One: Eastern Europe before the socialist revolutions - the peripheral belt of the advanced West.- Two: Prehistory of the West-European economic region.- Three: The determining role of the economic policy of socialist industrialization in developing the present integrational requirements of Eastern Europe.- Four: The deviating character of the "Western" and the "Eastern" types of economic integration (the EEC and the CMEA).- Five: The requirement of equalizing the development levels.- Six: Rearrangement of the advantages derived from the division of labour in the course of industrialization.- Seven: Basic features of the operation of the socialist integration.- Eight: The building stones of the socialist integration: the national economic strategies.- Nine: Harmonization of national economic policies: the basic mechanism of socialist integration.- Ten: Market systems at the service of economic policy coordination.- Four: The Basic Conditions of the Hungarian Economic Development Strategy.- One: The basic conditions of the Hungarian foreign-trade strategy.- Two: Possible innovative cores of the Hungarian economy.- Three: Some conclusions.