International Trade (The International Library of Critical Writings in Economics Series No. 59)
By: J. Peter Neary (editor)Hardback
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International trade has been one of the growing sub-fields of economics in recent years, with new work on trade under imperfect competition as well as extensions of existing models. This two-volume set puts the readings in perspective and provides an overview of the current state of knowledge.
Volume 1: Part 1 International exchange. Part 2 Trade policy and the gains from trade: trade policy in competitive general equilibrium; trade and industrial policy in oligopoly; trade policy with entry, monopolistic competition and increasing returns. Part 3 Quantitative trade restrictions. Part 4 The political economy of trade policy. Part 5 Domestic distortions and optimal policy. Volume two: Part 1 Production structure and comparative statics. Part 2 Theories of international trade: trade based on comparative advantage; trade based on increasing returns; trade based on oligopoolistic competition. Part 3 Tests of trade theories. Part 4 International factor movements and multinational corporations. Part 5 Uncertainty. Part 6 Real foundations of international macroeconomics. Part 7 Trade, technology and growth.
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