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The Economics of Globalization
Policy Perspectives from Public Economics

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Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka, Elhanan Helpman, Hans-Werner Sinn, Ofair Razin, Suan M. Collins, Chi-Wa Yuen, Guttorm Schjelderup, Lars Sorgard, Helmuth Cremer, Pierre Pestieau, Bent E. Sorensen, Oved Yosha, Vito Tanzi, Julian S. Alworth, Ben Lockwood, Ephraim Kleiman, Andreas Haufler, Carlo Perroni, Kimberley Scharf, Gilles Saint-Paul, Nancy H. Chau, Oded Stark, Roel M. W. J. Beetsma, A. Lans Bovenberg
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  • Date Published: February 2011
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  • The growing economic openness expressed in the globalization of independent economic systems has created problems as well as opportunities that cross formal borders in new and unexpected ways. Professors Razin and Sadka have compiled a series of papers based on lectures delivered before the 1996 Congress of the International Institute of Public Finance, which explore these issues in selected areas of public finance. The subjects covered range from the consequences of research and development to the redistribution of income and from taxation of multinationals and labor migration to European currency integration.

    • Contributors are internationally known experts, including the editors, E. Helpman, V. Tanzi, G. Saint-Paul, H-W. Sinn, S. Collins, and O. Stark
    • Collection bridges the areas of international finance and public economics
    • Discusses new facets of globalization, including effects on taxation, migration, research and development, multinationals, competitiveness and capital markets
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    • Date Published: February 2011
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511836367
    • contains: 27 b/w illus. 36 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction Assaf Razin and Effraim Sadka
    Part I. International Mobility of Technology:
    1. R and D and productivity: the international connection Elhanan Helpman
    Part II. Capital Flows and Exchange Rate Misalignment:
    2. International implications of German unification Hans-Werner Sinn
    3. Real exchange rate misalignment and growth Ofair Razin and Susan M. Collins
    Part III. The Incentives and Patterns of Capital Flows:
    4. A pecking order of capital inflows and international tax principles Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka, and Chi-Wa Yuen
    5. Transfer pricing as a strategic device for decentralized multinationals Guttorm Schjelderup and Lars Sorgard
    Part IV. Limits to Income Redistribution in Federal Systems:
    6. Income redistribution in an economic union: the tradeoff between inter- and international redistribution Helmuth Cremer and Pierre Pestieau
    7. Federal insurance of US states: an empirical investigation Bent E. Sorensen and Oved Yosha
    Part V. Tax Harmonization, Tax Co-ordination, and the 'Disappearing Taxpayer':
    8. Is there a need for a world tax organization? Vito Tanzi
    9. Taxation, financial innovation, and integrated financial markets: some implications for tax coordination in the European Union Julian S. Alworth
    10. Can international commodity tax harmonization be Pareto-improved when governments supply Public Goods? Ben Lockwood
    11. Fiscal separation with economic integration: Israel and the Palestinian authority Ephraim Kleiman
    Part VI. Political Economy Aspects of International Tax Competition:
    12. Factor taxation, income distribution, and capital market integration Andreas Haufler
    13. Interjurisdictional tax competition: a political economy perspective Carlo Perroni and Kimberley Scharf
    Part VII. Migration of Skilled and Unskilled Labor:
    14. Economic integration, factor mobility, and wage convergence Gilles Saint-Paul
    15. Human capital formation, asymmetric information, and the dynamics of international migration Nancy H. Chau and Oded Stark
    Part VIII. Fiscal Aspects of Monetary Unification:
    16. The interaction of fiscal and monetary policy in a monetary union: balancing credibility and flexibility Roel M. W. J. Beetsma and A. Lans Bovenberg.

  • Editors

    Assaf Razin, Tel-Aviv University

    Efraim Sadka, Tel-Aviv University

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    Assaf Razin, Efraim Sadka, Elhanan Helpman, Hans-Werner Sinn, Ofair Razin, Suan M. Collins, Chi-Wa Yuen, Guttorm Schjelderup, Lars Sorgard, Helmuth Cremer, Pierre Pestieau, Bent E. Sorensen, Oved Yosha, Vito Tanzi, Julian S. Alworth, Ben Lockwood, Ephraim Kleiman, Andreas Haufler, Carlo Perroni, Kimberley Scharf, Gilles Saint-Paul, Nancy H. Chau, Oded Stark, Roel M. W. J. Beetsma, A. Lans Bovenberg

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