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Integration & Trade Journal: No. 40: June, 2016

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dc.contributor.author Estevadeordal, Antoni en
dc.contributor.author Beliz, Gustavo en
dc.contributor.author Phelps, Edmund en
dc.contributor.author Myers, Margaret en
dc.contributor.author Moneta, Carlos en
dc.contributor.author Ellis, Evan en
dc.contributor.author Hartmann, Dominik en
dc.contributor.author Jara-Figueroa, Cristina en
dc.contributor.author Guevara, Miguel en
dc.contributor.author Simoes, Alex en
dc.contributor.author Hidalgo, César en
dc.contributor.author Guillamon, Bernardo E. en
dc.contributor.author Jenkins, Rhys en
dc.contributor.author Gallagher, Kevin en
dc.contributor.author Ruiz, Marco Vinicio en
dc.contributor.author Rebolledo, Andrés en
dc.contributor.author Ferreyros, Eduardo en
dc.contributor.author Mesquita Moreira, Mauricio en
dc.contributor.author Soares, Andre en
dc.contributor.author Baumann, Renato en
dc.contributor.author Campos, Rosario en
dc.contributor.author Gayá, Romina en
dc.contributor.author Qianru, Song en
dc.contributor.author Wagner, Rodrigo en
dc.contributor.author Piñeiro, Martín en
dc.contributor.author Bianchi, Eduardo en
dc.contributor.author Yang, Wanming en
dc.contributor.author Koch-Weser, Iacob en
dc.contributor.author Warner, Eric en
dc.contributor.author Gereffi, Gary en
dc.contributor.author Aróstica, Pamela en
dc.contributor.author Sheng, Andrew en
dc.contributor.author Tang, Jun en
dc.description.abstract How to build a convergence within the diversity of integrationist experiences? How can global efforts converge with regional and national realities through a glocal (global + local) governance that supports a productive integration and generates sustainable jobs? In this context of new challenges, Latin America must face the transformation of the Chinese economic model. After years of keeping prices of raw materials high, an exponential growth and an active investment policy in the region, Chinese economy grows at a slower rate, shows greater financial volatility, and shifts the focus from production to consumption. How will this metamorphosis impact on Latin-American development? What are the ways to overcome the stage of mere exchange of commodities for industrial products? How to move forward to a technology transfer that fosters innovation and facilitates export diversification? World-class authors, diplomats, negotiators, academics and private sector representatives analyze here the outlook of the linkage with the Asian giant. From an interdisciplinary approach, the Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL), a unit of the Department of Integration and Trade of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), makes through this volume a contribution to building a regional agenda to jointly address the questions of the current scenario. en
dc.format.extent 170 en
dc.subject Trade Agreements en
dc.subject Productivity Growth en
dc.subject Economic Integration en
dc.subject Regional Exports en
dc.subject investment increase en
dc.subject investment attraction en
dc.subject Economic Growth en
dc.subject Food security en
dc.title Integration & Trade Journal: No. 40: June, 2016 en
dc.coverage.placename China en
dc.contributor.other ALEJANDRAW
dc.contributor.other VERONICAB
dc.coverage.spatial CentralAm;SouthAm;SouthernCone
dc.coverage.spatial CentralAm;SouthAm
dc.date.accessioned 2016-06-07T21:35:50Z
dc.date.available 2016-06-07T21:35:50Z
dc.date.issued 2016-06-07
dc.identifier.issn 1995-9524
dc.identifier.uri http://www.iadb.org/en/publications/publication-detail,7101.html?id=85825
dc.format.medium ACROBAT
dc.language.iso en
dc.language.iso es
dc.subject Transformación Estructural
dc.subject Exportaciones
dc.subject Comercio
dc.subject China
dc.subject Desigualdad
dc.subject Inversión Extranjera
dc.subject Integration Trade
dc.subject Seguridad Alimentaria
dc.subject Acuerdos Comerciales
dc.subject América Latina
dc.subject Integración
dc.type Magazines, Journals & Newsletters
lacea.language.supported en
lacea.language.supported es
dc.date.modified 2016-08-17T05:51:05Z
dc.description.abstract2 ¿Cómo construir una convergencia en la diversidad de las experiencias integracionistas? ¿Cómo pueden confluir esfuerzos globales con realidades regionales y nacionales a través de una gobernanza glocal (global + local) que respalde una integración productiva y generadora de empleos sostenibles? En este marco de nuevos desafíos, América Latina debe hacer frente a la transformación del modelo económico chino. Tras años de sostener precios elevados de las materias primas, un crecimiento ponencial y una política de inversión activa en la región, la economía china crece a menor velocidad, muestra mayor volatilidad financiera y traslada el foco de la producción al consumo. ¿Cómo impactará esta etamorfosis en el desarrollo latinoamericano? ¿Cuáles son los caminos para superar la etapa del mero intercambio de bienes primarios por productos industriales? ¿Cómo avanzar en una transferencia de tecnología que fomente la innovación y facilite la diversificación exportadora? Autores de primer nivel mundial, diplomáticos, negociadores, académicos y representantes del sector privado analizan en esta revista las perspectivas del vínculo con el gigante asiático. Desde un enfoque interdisciplinario, el Instituto para la Integración de América Latina y el Caribe (INTAL), del Departamento de Integración y Comercio del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), realiza con este volumen un aporte para la construcción de una agenda regional que permita afrontar de manera conjunta los interrogantes del actual escenario.
dc.description.abstract2 How to build a convergence within the diversity of integrationist experiences? How can global efforts converge with regional and national realities through a glocal (global + local) governance that supports a productive integration and generates sustainable jobs? In this context of new challenges, Latin America must face the transformation of the Chinese economic model. After years of keeping prices of raw materials high, an exponential growth and an active investment policy in the region, Chinese economy grows at a slower rate, shows greater financial volatility, and shifts the focus from production to consumption. How will this metamorphosis impact on Latin-American development? What are the ways to overcome the stage of mere exchange of commodities for industrial products? How to move forward to a technology transfer that fosters innovation and facilitates export diversification? World-class authors, diplomats, negotiators, academics and private sector representatives analyze here the outlook of the linkage with the Asian giant. From an interdisciplinary approach, the Institute for the Integration of Latin America and the Caribbean (INTAL), a unit of the Department of Integration and Trade of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), makes through this volume a contribution to building a regional agenda to jointly address the questions of the current scenario.


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