Policies Facilitating Firm Adjustment to Globalization / Bernard Hoekman Hoekman, Bernard

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Hoekman, Bernard
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Oxford Review of Economic Policy
Globalization -- Management; Economic policy -- Analysis; Management dynamics
Policies facilitating firm adjustment to globalization are examined with emphasis on the effects of trade and investment liberalization within industry effects. The main message is that while policies should be carefully designed and implemented in a suitable macro economic environment and supported with an institutional infrastructure. Transparency and accountability are important to ensure that interventions succeed in achieving the objectives.
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