The world under pressure : how China and India are influencing the global economy and environment / Carl J. Dahlman.
by Dahlman, Carl J.Material type: BookPublisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford Economics and Finance, an Imprint of Stanford University Press, c2012Description: xxii, 301 pages : ill., charts, graphs, tables ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780804777131 .Subject(s): International economic relations | International relations | China -- Economic conditions -- 2000- | India -- Economic conditions -- 1991- | China -- Foreign economic relations | India -- Foreign economic relationsDDC classification: 337.51 D131
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|337.17 C746 Drawing lines in sand and snow:||337.17 I34 Implications of a North American free trade region :||337.17 P769 The political economy of North American free trade/||337.51 D131 The world under pressure :||337.51 M938 Winner take all :||337.52 J35 Japan's relations with North America :||337.71 C212 Canadian-United States economic relations /|
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 275-290) and index.
Rising powers -- Insights from history of power shifts and growing interdependence -- Understanding the rapid rise of China and India -- Positive growth prospects for China and India -- Growing economic and geopolitical impact -- Environmental and natural resource impact -- Power shifts and rising frictions have implications for the global system and the United States -- How will the world adjust to the swift ascent of China and India?