The Theory of Economic Integration
In reality, almost all existing cases of economic integration were either proposed or formed for political reasons even though the arguments popularly put forward in their favour were expressed in terms of possible economic gains. However, no matter what the motives for economic integration are, it is still necessary to analyse the economic implications of such geographically discriminatory groupings.
KeywordsFree Trade Economic Integration Custom Union Tariff Rate Phillips Curve
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