- Author:Michael Michaely
- Publisher:Univ of Chicago Pr (February 1, 1978)
- Pages:247 pages
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Commercial policy, Free trade, Protectionism, Tariff, Tariff.
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Theory of commercial policy. trade and protection. by Michael Michaely Commercial policy, Free trade, Tariff, Protectionism. Published 1977 by P. Allan in Oxford. Commercial policy, Free trade, Tariff, Protectionism. Bibliography: p. 231-239.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780226522852. Release Date:February 1978. Publisher:University of Chicago Press.
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Resisting Protectionism: Global Industries and the Politics of International Trade. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Multilateral Commercial Diplomacy: The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade and Its Impacts on National Commercial Policies and Techniques. New York: Frederick A. Praeger. Dam, Kenneth W. 1970. Resisting Protectionism: Global Industries and the Politics of International Trade. Tariffs and the Distribution of Income: The Importance of Factor Specificity, Substitutability, and Intensity in the Short Run and in the Long Run. Journal of Political Economy 82: 1191–1204. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
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Chairman ad hoc committee on economic policy and higher education Government Israel, Jerusalem, 1956-1986; Member of Israel Economic Association (president 1982-1984). Professor economics The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1955-1988, Aron and Michael Chilewich emeritus professor international trade, since 1988, chairman department economics, 1961-1965, dean faculty social science, 1968-1971. Lead economist The World Bank, Washington, 1986-1993.
This book explores and analyzes the various aspects of commercial . Trade Liberalization in a Small Open Economy: The Case of IsraelMichael Michaely.
This book explores and analyzes the various aspects of commercial policy. It does this via two sets of articles: the first part covers general approaches to commercial policy, including theoretical, institutional, historical, and empirical contributions. ASEAN Economic Integration: Driven by Markets, Bureaucrats, or Both?Hal Hill and Jayant Menon.
A commercial policy (also referred to as a trade policy or international trade policy) is a government's policy governing international trade. Commercial policy is an all encompassing term that is used to cover topics which involve international trade. Trade policy is often described in terms of a scale between the extremes of free trade (no restrictions on trade) on one side and protectionism (high restrictions to protect domestic producers) on the other.