Integration by Market Forces and through Planning (Main Paper, Working Group I)

  • Oleg T. Bogomolov
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The development of integration processes in international economic (and not only economic) life is a characteristic feature of the modern world. The concentration and internationalisation of production and the new require-ments of economic, scientific and technical progress add up to the objective basis for the emergence of integrating communities that differ from each other in socio-economic terms. These communities are an important factor in the world economy, notably in Europe. At the same time, a regional instead of a universal basis for integration may contain within itself definite contradictions, which come to the surface when an integrating community resorts to some form of collective protectionism.


Member Country Foreign Trade Market Force Regional Integration Economic Integration 
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  • Oleg T. Bogomolov
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  1. 1.USSR

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