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Research Handbook on Trade Wars

9781839105692 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Ka Zeng, University of Arkansas and Wei Liang, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, US
Publication Date: July 2022 ISBN: 978 1 83910 569 2 Extent: c 400 pp
The Research Handbook on Trade Wars presents an informative and in-depth account of the origins, dynamics, and implications of trade wars, which are growing both in scale and scope in today’s increasingly interdependent global economy. Providing the frameworks necessary for understanding the political and economic logics of trade wars, this Handbook will be a valuable source of reference for researchers, government officials, businesses, and post-graduate students interested in international political economy, international economics, economic statecraft, public policy, and international relations.

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The Research Handbook on Trade Wars presents an informative and in-depth account of the origins, dynamics, and implications of trade wars, which are growing both in scale and scope in today’s increasingly interdependent global economy. Timely and comprehensive, it provides a holistic understanding of trade wars, including not only the domestic and international factors that influence the pattern of trade war onset and escalation, but also the stakeholders and processes that shape the outcomes of such highly intense trade conflicts.

Leading scholars in the field present original and thought-provoking research material, critically engage with academic and policy debates, and make theoretical contributions as well as valuable policy recommendations. In addition to its in-depth analysis of the global, domestic, political, and economic origins of trade wars, this Research Handbook also examines the variation in the scope of trade wars, the forum for dispute settlement, the factors that influence the pattern of dispute escalation, and the linkages between national security considerations and commercial conflicts.

Providing the frameworks necessary for understanding the political and economic logics of trade wars, this Handbook will be a valuable source of reference for researchers, government officials, businesses, and post-graduate students interested in international political economy, international economics, economic statecraft, public policy, and international relations.
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‘The chapters in this impressive Research Handbook range from deeper dives into particular trade spats to higher-altitude analyses of their causes and consequences. Scholars especially interested in the US-China trade war will find a wealth of content. Instructors will find much connecting current events with course material about international political economy.’
­– Stephen Chaudoin, Harvard University, US

‘This is the most comprehensive study of trade wars, their causes, as well as their consequences. The questions raised in this book should be valuable input to academics and practitioners alike who are concerned by today’s increasingly uncertain environment.’
­– Petros C. Mavroidis, Columbia Law School, US
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Contributors include: Timm Bet, Sam Biasi, Gerald Chan, J. Tyson Chatagnier, Louise Curran, David A Deese, Dirk De Bièvre, Jappe Eckhardt, Patrick J.W. Egan, David Gantz, Kristi Govella, Marcia Don Harpaz, Thomas Hout, Faizel Ismail, Wei Liang, Imad Moosa, Junji Nakagawa, Seung-Youn Oh is, James Paradise, Arlo Poletti, Lu Sun, Emile van Ommeren, Kristin Vekasi, Gary Winslett, Aydin B. Yildirim, Peter K. Yu, Ka Zeng, Jiakun Jack Zhang
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