Book review: Small states in a global economy: crisis, cooperation and contributions
This book is devoted to a bouquet of topics related to if, when, and how small states can play a role on the global arena and how they economically benefit from—or are impeded by—cooperations and linkages with other nations and international organizations. Although not signalled by the title, the scope of the analysis is limited primarily to Iceland and Latvia, typically by using the Scandinavian countries Denmark, Norway, and Sweden as a comparison group.
Enstroem, R. (2015). [Review of the book Small states in a global economy: Crisis, cooperation and contributions, by Hilmar Þór Hilmarson]. Scandinavian-Canadian Studies / Études Scandinaves au Canada, 22, 155–156.
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