1. Savings, Productivity and Structured Growth. Case Study: Singapore Inc. 2. Gradual Transition from a Planned Economy. Case Study: China: Facing the 21st Century. 3. Import Substitution to Washington Consensus. Case Study: India on the Move. 4. State Socialism"s Disintegration. Case Study: Russia: The End of a Time of Troubles? Conceptual Note: The State. 5. Structural Adjustment Beyond the Washington Consensus. Case Study: Mexico: The Unfinished Agenda. 6. Regional Free Trade Amidst Instability. Case Study: Brazil: Embracing Globalization? 7. The African Renaissance. Case Study: South Africa: Getting in GEAR. 8. Islamic Resurgence. Case Study: Saudi Arabia: Getting the House in Order. Industry Note: World Oil Markets. 9. Regional Integration. Case Study: European Monetary Union. 10. Monetary Union and Microeconomic Competitiveness. Case Study: Italy: A New Commitment to Growth. 11. The Limits of Managed Growth. Case Study: Japan: Beyond the Bubble. 12. Deficits, Debt and Defense. Case Study: Excerpts from Economic Report of the President, 2003.
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About the Author
Richard Vietor is the Senator John Heinz Professor of the Environment at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration where he teaches courses on the regulation of business and the international political economy. He received a B.A. in economics from Union College (1967), an M.A. in history from Hofstra University (1971), and a Ph.D. in history from the University of Pittsburgh (1975). He was appointed Professor in 1984, and is currently Senior Associate Dean for Executive Education. Before coming to the Business School in 1978, Professor Vietor held faculty appointments at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and the University of Missouri. He is the recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship and Harvard¿s Newcomen Fellowship. In 1981, he received the Newcomen Award in business history. He serves on the editorial board of the Business History Review, the advisory board of IPADE, in Mexico, and the Infrastructure Committee of the Competitiveness Policy Council. He was President of the Business History Conference for 1993-1994. Professor Vietor's research on business and government policy has been published in numerous journals and books. For his courses in business-government relations and environmental management, Professor Vietor has published more than five dozen case studies on international energy issues, on the regulation of natural gas, nuclear power, air pollution and hazardous wastes, and on strategy and deregulation in airlines, railroads, telecommunications, and financial services. He has been a consultant to the Hudson Institute and the Energy Research and Development Administration, and is currently consultant to several corporations; IBM, Honeywell, General Electric, Phillips Petroleum.
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