The new relations between global economy, international trade and financial system
The new tendencies of global economy can be more efficiently detailed, explained and understood, on the base of those internal functional relations established in contemporary economical global dimension, between economy, international trade and monetary-financial system. Starting with the idea of a new economies’ typology will be clearly possible to analyze the mechanism of international outturn results in relation with trade dynamics connected to the new particularities of international monetary-financial system. This paperwork brings into discussion the equilibrium principles regarding the global economy functionality in the presence of integration and globalization phenomena. Continuing an old author’s theory, the paperwork studies in a synthetic manner the interstitial ties between a new typology of economies (as has been treated in previous scientific papers) and financial system as being the main way in harmonizing the global equilibrium.
|Date of creation:||12 Nov 2009|
|Publication status:||Published in Scientific Bulletin of Naval Academy 2.1(2009): pp. 132-136|
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