International Economics

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9780415208796: International Economics

Thoroughly revised to take into account the latest issues and controversies in international economics, this new edition includes a range of aids to help student learning and class presentation. Featuring learning objectives, questions, further reading suggestions and a variety of real world examples, this introductory text enables the reader to understand both current events and policy proposals. Breaking new ground in its coverage of micro and macro economics new issues covered also include:
* new developments in regional trade blocks and Uruguay Round agreements
* International Public Finance and trade policy
* financial derivatives
* the Asian crisis
* European Monetary Union.

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This updated, student-friendly revision covers all the recent controversies over international economic policy. Uses actual examples, graphs and articles to illustrate concepts and theory. Differences in legal systems, international licensing of technology, imperfect competition and scale economies, cartels, export tariffs, NAFTA, the rapid growth of Asian-based MNCs, forward rate determination, Mexico's peso crisis, reverberations and the foreign trade multiplier are among the topics covered.

About the Author:

Robert Dunn is Professor of Economics at the George Washington University. He was previously on the faculty of Dartmouth College, and an economist with the Federal Reserve System. He edited the 4th edition of this book for Wiley along with James Ingram. John H. Mutti is the Sidney Meyer Professor of International Economics at Grinnell College. He has served as the senior staff economist responsible for international trade on the President's Council of Economic Advisers and as an international economist for the US Treasury Department.

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