Europe and Globalization
Macmillan Publishers Ltd..
spacer.gif (49 bytes)

Europe and Globalization

Henryk Kierzkowski

Welcome to the website for Europe and Globalization by Henryk Kierzkowski.

Globalization has provoked passionate debate and street demonstrations reminiscent of May 1968.

The central question of Europe and Globalization is 'what did Europe do for globalization in the past, and what is globalization doing for Europe today?' The contributors to the volume assess this complex process, and Europe's role within it. Bringing together a team of leading international scholars from different disciplinary backgrounds, this is a valuable and wide-ranging contribution to the debate.

Visit the Graduate Institute of International Studies website

View Contributors Information:

About the editor

Henryk Kierzkowski is Professor of Economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva. He obtained his M.A. from the University of Walsaw, Poland, and his Ph.D at Queen's University in Canada. Best known for his work on imperfect competition and international trade, Kierzkowski has also published on macroeconomics, development, and economics of transition. Kierzkowski edited Monopolistic Competition and International Trade, the book that helped to launch the new trade theory. He co authored with Ronald Findlay 'International Trade Theory and Human Capital', an incisive study on human capital and trade. Kierzkowski also collaborated with Ronald Jones to develop the theory of fragmentation of production, and proceeded to analyse its impact on the emergence of global production networks. In addition to his academic work, Kierzkowski in 1990 authored for the Polish Government of Prime Minister Mazowiecki a comprehensive strategy for the renegotiation of Poland's external debt. He also served as Deputy Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London in 1992-93.

Sample Chapter

View Adobe PDF Read PDF Sample Chapter