Multilateralism and regionalisation in the second half of XXth century
I structured this study entitled “Multilateralism and regionalisation in the second half of XXth century”, in eight chapters. Each of the first seven chapters is dedicated to one of the main institution and events that played an important role in the world economy: the "Bretton Woods" conference International MonetaryFund International Bank for Reconstruction and Development the "Bretton Woods" system United Nations Conference on Trade and Development General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade World Trade Organization In the chapter number eight I focused on the main regional trade blocks description
Volume (Year): 1 (2009)
Issue (Month): 37 (May)
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