Studies in international economics (Budapest, 1966)

STUDIES IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS Edited by T. Földi The essays in the present volume deal with various aspects of the world economy of to-day. The first paper analyses the forces that resulted in the disintegra­tion of the capitalist world market between the two world wars and led to the attempts at re-integration after World War II. One of the papers investigates the problem of how the socialist countries and the developing nations can, in the course of their rapid economic growth, contribute to the expansion of the world economy. This book contains an analysis of the commodity structure of trade between Hungary and its West-European trade partners. Another paper has been devoted to the methods of studying the principles and measures of effectiveness of economic co­operation and international di­vision of labour between the socialist countries. AKADÉMIAI KIADÓ BUDAPEST