United Nations "Towards Coherent Policy Frameworks: Understanding Trade and Investment Linkages"
United Nations | 2009 | ISBN: 9211205352 | 228 pages | PDF | 1 MB
As economic integration continues, the distinction between domestic and
international issues becomes more tenuous. Enhancing coordination and coherence
among international trade, investment and domestic policies is of increasing importance
for developing countries of the Asia-Pacific region to compete effectively and reap the
benefits of globalization. In this context, this publication brings together a number of
papers that highlight the increasing significance of trade and investment linkages and
their effect on the development of domestic industries and services.
The first two chapters focus on investment provisions and regulation through
trade agreements, while the third chapter concentrates on the issue of rules of origin in
those agreements and the need for more coherent and harmonized approaches to the
design of those rules. The fourth chapter explores in some detail the interactions between
foreign direct investment flows and import and export flows using a gravity model
approach. Chapters V and VI are country case studies that examine the linkages between
trade and investment liberalization and the development of small- and medium-sized
enterprises in Indonesia, and education services in Malaysia, respectively. The last
chapter examines the drivers of outward foreign direct investment from the developing
economies in the region.
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