World Eonomy and International Relations. 2016. Vol. 60, No. 8

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In issue no. 8 we present an academic report on the results of a joint study of the E.M. Primakov National Research Institute of World Economy and International Relations (IMEMO) and Strategic Foresight Initiative at the Atlantic Council (USA). The report analyzes essential trends and prospects of global economic, social and political development for the period to the year 2035.

In the current issue the article devoted to phenomenon of deindustrialization in different areas of the world is also published. In addition, you can read the article, which considers the problem of the trading and production links between the three regional machine-building clusters and the role of the transnational corporations in developing of these clusters. Its author comes to conclusion that the global machine-building cluster is still dominated by companies from the USA, Japan and Germany.


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