This work contains ten literature surveys on key topics in international trade, covering both theory and policy. It is intended to complement international economics textbooks for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and to provide a way into the more technical journal literature. Topics covered are: the theory of international trade; the theory of production; testing trade theory; imperfect competition and international trade; strategic trade policies; the political economy of trade policy; international economic integration; trade and development; services trade; capital flow and international production.
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This volume of specially commissioned essays, written by leading experts in the field, is designed to offer an up-to-date overview of the theory of international trade and its applications. The essays are not only designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate students but also to allow professional economists a ready insight into the main developments in the subject over the last decade.
The ground covered in the discipline is all encompassing and the reader is introduced to a wider menu of analytical tools than most textbooks permit. The readings thus provide both a thorough supplement to existing textbooks and an excellent introduction to international trade.About the Author:
David Greenaway is Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham. He is an Associate Editor of the Economic Journal and Joint Managing Editor of The World Economy, and has been a consultant to the World Bank, UNIDO, UNCTAD, the European Commission, UNECE, HM Treasury and OECD. He has written numerous books and has been published widely in academic journals.
L. Alan Winters is Professor of Economics at the University of Birmingham. He is also Co-Director of the International Trade Programme at the Centre for Economic Policy Research and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies and of the Economic Journal. He has written several books and numerous articles on international trade and is frequently consulted by organizations such as the World Bank, UNIDO and OECD.
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