Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Trade Theory and Policy Vol: 4


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780444531902
Published:
02 Jun 2008
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
300 pages - 152 x 229 x 41mm
Series:
Frontiers of Economics and Globalization

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This is a new volume in the "Frontiers in Economics & Globalization" series. This book deals with a wide-range of trade and development issues in terms of well-known general equilibrium structure. This volume shows how neo-classical models of trade theory can be used to highlight many challenging contemporary global problems. This book is a new volume in the "Frontiers in Economics & Globalization" series. It deals with a wide-range of trade and development issues. It focuses on neo-classical models of trade theory to highlight the challenges of global trade problems.
Chapter 1 National Security and International Trade: A Simple General Equilibrium Model. Chapter 2 Do Factor Endowments Matter for North–North Trade?. Chapter 3 A Simple Vertical Competition Model: Structure and Performance. Chapter 4 Globalization, Trade in Middle Products, and Relative Prices. Chapter 5 Fixed Transport Costs and International Trade. Chapter 6 Something New for Something Old: Reflections on a Model with Three Factors and Two Goods. Chapter 7 On Commodity Prices and Factor Rewards: A Close Look at Sign Patterns. Chapter 8 Comparative Statics in a Two-Factor Multi-Commodity Model without Factor Price Equalization. Chapter 9 Distortions in the Two-Sector Dynamic General Equilibrium Model. Chapter 10 Specific Factor Models and Dynamics in International Trade. Chapter 11 Skill Formation and Income Distribution in a Three Class Small Developing Economy. Chapter 12 Foreign Capital and Skilled–Unskilled Wage Inequality in a Developing Economy with Non-Traded Goods. Chapter 13 Trade, Wage Inequality and the Vent for Surplus. Chapter 14 Informed Buyers and Trade Sanction against Child Labour: Does It Work?. Chapter 15 Public Inputs, Urban Development, and Welfare in a Developing Economy. Chapter 16 Moving People or Jobs? A New Perspective on Immigration and International Outsourcing. Chapter 17 Commodity Demand, Capital Mobility, and International Trade: A Ricardian Approach. Chapter 18 International Outsourcing Under Monopolistic Competition: Winners and Losers. Chapter 19 The Effect of New Environment on Foreign Direct Investment in an Oligopolistic Heckscher–Ohlin Model. Chapter 20 International Trade Agreements. Chapter 21 Competition Policy as a Substitute for Tariff Policy. Chapter 22 Free Trade between Large and Small: What's in it for the Large Country? What's in it for the Small?. Chapter 23 Fragmented Trade and the Hub–spokes Game – Strategic Trade Under the WTO. Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Trade Theory and Policy. About the series: Frontiers of Economics and Globalization. List of Contributors. Dedication. Frontiers of economics and globalization. Contemporary and Emerging Issues in Trade Theory and Policy. Copyright page. Subject Index.

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