International Journual of Public Administration Vol 18 Number 11

The world’s Training System in the Post Cold War Era: Implications for Public Administration

Alex Sekwat
Institute of Government
Tennessee State University
330 10th Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37203


Thomas D. Lynch
Public Administration Institute
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70803


The authors of this article argue that the world is evolving into a regional bloc trading system with important public policy implications. Recent developments in North America and Europe suggest that regional integration is becoming an alternative approach to the multilateral trade deliberations under the auspices of the General Agreements on Tariffs and Trade (GATT). The reasons for the evolution are suggested in this article, and arguments are presented on how the negative implications of this trend in world trade can be countered effectively by constructive domestic and international government action.

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