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Regionalism and the rest of the world

L. Alan Winters

Regionalism and the rest of the world

the irrelevance of the Kemp-Wan Theorem

by L. Alan Winters

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StatementL.Alan Winters.
SeriesDiscussion paper series / Centre for Economic Policy Research -- No.1316
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POLITICS OF REGIONALISM The Concept and the Problem of Regionalism: Regionalism is a much used as well as abused term in con-temporary Indian political vocabulary. In their zeal for national unity and integrity scholars have usually overplayed the disrup-tive consequences of regionalism while underplaying its construc-tive implications. Eastern world is an umbrella term for various cultures or social structures, nations and philosophical systems, which vary depending on the most often includes at least part of Asia or, geographically, the countries and cultures east of Europe, the Mediterranean region and Arab world, specifically in historical contexts, and in modern times in the context of Orientalism.


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