The political economy of regionalism in South Asia
This paper discusses the prospect of the formation of a discriminatory trading area in South Asia from a political economy perspective. It is generally believed that the existence of political rivalry and economic asymmetry in the region acts as a deterrence to the formation of such a trading bloc. This paper argues that the politico-economic imperatives of the changed fundamentals of international political relations and trade would bring the countries of South Asia closer to settling the...[Show more]
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