Some of the features covered in " International Economics: A Policy Approach, Sixth Edition: " The Unified Market Program of the EC (EC 1992)The U.S.-Canada free-trade-area agreementThe U.S. Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1998The Uruguay Round of GATT trade negotiationsLDCs DebtThe U.S. Dollar, 1980-90, and the U.S. Trade DeficitsExport subsidies, Local Content RequirementsStrategic trade policy. Industrial policyHysteresis. J-curve. Exchange-rate overshooting. Exchange-rate pass-throughIntra-industry tradeFiscal and monetary policies under alternative exchange-rate regimes
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Authoritative, balanced, and easy-to-read. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS: A POLICY APPROACH is the best international economics textbook because it's the perfect combination of theory, policy, and research. Whether you've taken only a one- or two-term undergraduate sequence in international economics or you're an MBA student, this book well help you succeed in the course.About the Author:
Mordechai Kreinin is a University Distinguished Professor of Economics at Michigan State University, and past President of the International Trade and Finance Association. He is the author of 200 articles and 10 books in economics. Professor Kreinin has been a consultant to numerous international and U.S. organizations in both the public and private sectors.
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