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THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TRADE

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THE INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY OF TRADE

9781852785833 Edward Elgar Publishing
David A. Lake, Professor of Political Science, Research Director, Institute on Global Conflict and Co operation, University of California, San Diego, US
Publication Date: 1993 ISBN: 978 1 85278 583 3 Extent: 1,168 pp
The political economy of international trade and trade policy – at both the domestic and international levels – has spawned a vast literature from both economists and political scientists. This two volume set includes seminal contributions to our understanding of international trade among the advanced industrial countries, between them and the lesser developed countries and between East and West. It includes work on the political economy of trade liberalization, protectionism and sanctions.

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The political economy of international trade and trade policy – at both the domestic and international levels – has spawned a vast literature from both economists and political scientists. This two volume set includes seminal contributions to our understanding of international trade among the advanced industrial countries, between them and the lesser developed countries and between East and West. It includes work on the political economy of trade liberalization, protectionism and sanctions.
Critical Acclaim
‘Overall, the book is a well balanced and comprehensive reference source of studies of interventionist trade policies.’
– Allan Webster, The Economic Journal
Contributors
Contributors include: J.C. Conybeare, J.P. Neary, R. Rogowski, P.A. Samuelson
Contents
43 articles, dating from 1941 to 1991
Contents: Volume I: 1. Patterns of Trade and Protection 2. Factoral Theories of Trade Policy 3. Firm and Sectoral Theories of Trade Policy 4. Domestic Institutions and Trade Policy • Volume II: 1. Strategic Trade Policy 2. National Security and International Trade 3. International Trade Conflicts 4. International Institutions 5. Economic Sanctions
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