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Managing Foreign Trade Policy in a Small Economy

  • Tomislav Presečan

Abstract

Work on the economics of transition seems to have flourished during recent years. However, it looks as if there are no general solutions regarding the appropriate course of change in foreign trade policy for economies in transition, or whether radical change is needed. This chapter presents the case for liberalisation in a small transitional economy.

Keywords

Foreign Trade Trade Policy Free Trade Area Real Effective Exchange Rate Transitional Economy 
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© Soumitra Sharma 1995

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  • Tomislav Presečan

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