The growth rates are just as defined in the case of an autarkic
country with an evolving economic structure.
Keynes's views varied from Leonard Woolf's, who believed that because free trade, and the specialization it entailed, made nations highly interdependent, it could be used to thwart the dangers of national sovereignty, making "the economically autarkic
sovereign independent state an anachronism and an impossibility"; such free trade would have to be co-operative, not competitive, as it had been in the nineteenth century ("De Profundis" 469).
c) the third principle is the principle of international cooperation of states in the field of minority rights; he postulates a firm accession of all countries of the world to a set of general principles recognized, corresponding to a certain standard recognized worldwide, excluding the plano those autarkic
or exclusive positions, "the rejection" of any concerns from the international community about the situation of minorities.
But the United Nations was established to meet challenges that were once so overwhelming that some only saw solutions in autarkic
, protectionist or inward-looking economic responses, or in war and destruction.
In China, the results were similar, as the political embrace of Communism meant going autarkic
and giving the state a massive role in the economy.
development model adopted draws on structuralist macroeconomic policies, which set a lower priority on fiscal and current account prudence than do orthodox policies (AUTY, 1995).
Moreover, and critically, I read the Catauro as a vernacular manifestation of the metaphoric oscillation between protocubano as an isolated isleno standing belligerently behind autarkic
frontiers, or as an archipelagic island-hopper with his mouth full of foreign tastes and taxonomies.
A firm (which those authors interpret to be a bank) can improve on autarkic
production by pooling its investors' risks of idiosyncratic shocks to their respective preferences.
As Reagin demonstrates, the regime hitched the housewife to its autarkic
economic program to cut back on imported materials and private consumption in order to finance arms production.
This is still evident today in the familial and other connections between Zanzibar and the Omani and Hadhramawti coasts, which are being reinvigorated following the Zanzibar Revolution of 1964 and the failure of its autarkic
socialist model in the 1980s.
Now we know that, other things equal, autarkic
economies with healthier financial systems are more likely to have higher interest rates and higher primary commodity prices.
Similarly, the reforms launched by Deng Xiaoping in the late 1970s transformed China from an autarkic
economic backwater to the economic powerhouse it has become today.