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  • © 1998

International Trade

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  • International Trade is an area in which Macmillan has significant strength and is well established
    . Very strong coverage of theory
    . Looks at hot topical issues such as trade policies and the environment, the liberalisation of East European trade, bilateral versus multilateral trading systems, and open regionalism

Part of the book series: Palgrave Texts in Economics (PTE)

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Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xx
  2. International Trade Policy

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 277-277
    2. Economic Analysis of Tariffs

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 279-322
    3. Economic Analysis of Non-Tariff Barriers

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 323-358
    4. Arguments for Trade Barriers

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 359-382
    5. The Measurement of Protection

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 383-399
    6. The Political Economy of Trade Policy

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 400-412
  3. Economic Integration

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 439-439
    2. The Theory of Economic Integration

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 441-465
    3. Economic Integration in Practice

      • Mia Mikić
      Pages 479-510

About this book

Addressing the contemporary wave of interest in international trade, this new and refreshing text includes comprehensive coverage of a wide range of traditional theories and discussion of recent developments in international trade theory and policy.

Designed for use on undergraduate courses in economics, international economics and international trade, it is also suitable as an introductory graduate text, particularly on MBA courses.

Special attention is given to topical issues such as :
· trade policies and the environment
· the liberalisation of East European trade
· bilateral versus multilateral trading systems
· open regionalism

MIA MIKIC is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Auckland. Her main research interests include trade policy reforms, industrial and trade policies and new trade theory for developing countries.

Keywords

  • economic development
  • economic integration
  • international trade
  • trade policy

Authors and Affiliations

  • University of Auckland, New Zealand

    Mia Mikić

About the author

MIA MIKIC is Senior Lecturer in Economics at the University of Auckland. Her main research interests include trade policy reforms, industrial and trade policies and new trade theory for developing countries.

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