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Explores the demanding situations and possibilities linked to expanding competitiveness in small, constructing economies. in accordance with learn performed within the Caribbean.
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Explores the demanding situations and possibilities linked to expanding competitiveness in small, constructing economies. in line with learn performed within the Caribbean.
The contributions to this quantity are the results of a world symposium at the position of common sense in Buddhism held on the jap (EKO) tradition heart within the urban of Düsseldorf/Germany in autumn 2003.
Gregor Paul: creation • Klaus Glashoff: utilizing formulation for the translation of historic Indian common sense • Claus Oetke: within which feel are Indian theories of inference non-monotonic? • Gregor Paul: common sense in Buddhist texts. With specific connection with the Zhonglun • Takashi Iwata: at the suggestion of necessity in Buddhist texts – from the views of the Yogācāras and the Buddhist logical culture • Tom J. F. Tillemans: The gradual loss of life of the trairūpya in Buddhist common sense: A propos of Sa skya Pandita • Pascale Hugon: Interpretations of the trairūpya in Tibet • Shoryu Katsura: Paksa, Sapaksa and Asapaksa in Dignāga’s common sense • Helmut Krasser: Are Buddhist Pramānavādins non-Buddhistic? Dignāga and Dharmakīrti at the effect of common sense and epistemology on emancipation • Birgit Kellner: First common sense, then the Buddha? the talk in regards to the bankruptcy series of Dharmakīrti’s Pramānavārttika and the soteriological relevance of inference • Volker Beeh: Argument and good judgment within the 8th bankruptcy of Nāgārjuna’s Mūlamadhyamakakārikās and in Candrakīrti’s observation • Shinya Moriyama: Is the evidence of the omniscient Buddha attainable? • Eli Franco: Xuanzang’s evidence of idealism (vijñaptimātratā) • Annette L. Heitmann: perception into fact (tattvajñāna) as outlined in sixth century Indian Madhyamaka
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That is, both the flexible and fixed exchange regime options imply “open windows” for foreign exchange, in which the formal banking system will supply the foreign exchange demanded. In situations where fixed exchange regimes are adopted with closed windows for foreign exchange, these regimes take on some of the characteristics of a flexible regime. This is because a fixed regime, with a closed window, does not place the same constraint on the monetary policy options of governments. 32 Caribbean Experiences In general, the advantage of flexible regimes is that they make it easier for a country to avoid exchange rate misalignments.
Both of these industries place a significant premium on macrostability – economic, political and social – and on infrastructure development. Indeed, the fundamental competitive advantage of a small economy is the ability to be hospitable to the world, but simultaneously to take advantage of its small size by being nimble. Small economies do not have to integrate with the world. They can choose a path of autarky. But this is likely to lead to selfsufficient impoverishment, albeit with attendant low levels of risk in the sense 28 Competitiveness of Small Countries that the impoverishment will be stable and not subject to variation based on the vagaries of the world economy.
The fixed exchange regime is viewed as a critical part of economic governance in these countries. Indeed, Barbados indicated an intention to maintain its exchange peg in the face of opposition from the multilateral financial institutions in the early 1990s (see chapter 3 in this volume). Both countries are of the view that their choice of exchange arrangements has assisted in the stabilization necessary for the success of their principal industries of tourism and financial services, which, in turn, have contributed to their relative prosperity.