The new architecture of economies' typology within the globalization context
Over viewing the most recently evolutions throughout global economy, we can easily conceive that the collateral effects of economical globalization and market integration, represents the main issues debated in specialized professional or political circles. The first step toward regain the global markets functionality is to review as a sine-qua-non condition, the institutional and functional structure of financial system and global economy system as well. In such context, this paperwork is meant to propose a new architecture of economies’ typology, reflecting in fact the most recently particularities of markets’ function. The criteria took under consideration has been the relevancy related to commercial and financial flows. Even the parameters presented here are quite abstracts in lack of detailed statistical data are important to reflect the new causality tied between economies in the new context of globalization.
|Date of creation:||10 Jan 2009|
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|Publication status:||Published in Scientific Bulletin of Naval Academy 'Mircea cel Batran' no. 1/2008.1(2008): pp. 18-23|
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