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  • Author:
    Richard Pomfret
  • ISBN:
    0198233353
  • ISBN13:
    978-0198233350
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    Oxford University Press (May 14, 1998)
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    456 pages
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    International
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Economics of Regional Trading Arrangements. The Economics of Regional Trading Arrangements. Richard Pomfret analyses the new RTAs, situating them in the broader realm of discriminatory trade policies for which there is a well-defined body of theory and empirical studies, before asking whether the new regionalism requires new theoretical analysis. This is appropriate given that the key theoretical result is the welfare ambiguity of discriminatory trade policy changes.

Richard Pomfret is Professor of Economics at the University of Adelaide.

The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. Richard Pomfret is Professor of Economics at the University of Adelaide.

Richard Pomfret, University of Adelaide. This book is a tour de force. The index and extensive list of references further contribute to the usefulness of the book. Lucier, CHOICE, December 1998

Richard Pomfret, University of Adelaide. Lucier, CHOICE, December 1998.

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Richard Pomfret, Richard W. T. Pomfret. This book analyses the new RTAs

Richard Pomfret, Richard W. Clarendon Press, 1997-10-16 - 440 psl. 0 Apžvalgos. This book analyses the new RTAs. It situates them in the broader realm of discriminatory trade polices for which there is a well-defined body of theory and empirical studies, before asking whether the new regionalism requires new theoretical analysis. This is appropriate given the key theoretical result is the welfare ambiguity of discriminatory trade policy changes. Empirical studies can provide a sense of which of the potentially offsetting effects are more or less important.

The Economics of Regional Trading Arrangements provides a unified analysis of policies which discriminate among trading partners. With the European Union's 1992 programme, the formation of NAFTA, and attempts to form or strengthen regional trading arrangements in South America, southern Africa, and Southeast Asia regionalism became a major issue in international commercial diplomacy during the early 1990s. economy and could benefit from diversifying its trade pattern.

ISBN: 1843761289; Издательство: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 1843761289; Издательство: Edward Elgar Publishing. A feature of the global economy over the last half-century has been the proliferation of regional trading arrangements (RTAs) and the ongoing debate over the relationship between regionalism and multilateralism. The economic analysis of regionalism has increasingly come to focus on fundamental elements of international economics. The economic analysis of RTAs evolved substantially following Viner?s key insight, which highlighted the possibility of trade diversion.

Автор: Pomfret, Richard Название: The Economics of Regional Trading Arrangements ISBN .

Описание: An analysis of policies which discriminate among trading partners. Автор: Roehner Bertrand M. Название: Hidden Collective Factors in Speculative Trading, A Study in Analytical Economics ISBN: 3540412948 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783540412946 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

trading arrangements, Richard Pomfret's book is especially welcome.

Anne O. Krueger, Stanford University considers a wide range of aspects that are discussed and evaluated carefully. The book is a very useful and honest survey of a complex and controversial subject. Frank Dietler, Universitat Basel. A thorough, balanced, and wide-ranging summary and analysis of regional trading arrangements.

Regional trading arrangements have been a recurring, and often challenging, feature of the global trading system established after 1945. This book analyses the economic, historical, and political reasons behind these challenges, which arose even though the multilateral trading system was serving the world well over the second half of the twentieth century. The book's three main parts deal with the history, theory, and empirical evidence on the effects of discriminatory trade policies in general, and of regionalism in particular.

Regionalism became a major issue in international commercial diplomacy during the 1990s. The European Union's 1992 program, the formation of NAFTA, and attempts to form or strengthen regional trading arrangements in South America, southern Africa, and Southeast Asia were all viewed as challenges to the nondiscrimination principle that had been the cornerstone of the postwar international trading system. This book provides a unified analysis of policies which discriminate among trading partners, featuring ample treatments of both history and theory as well as a review of empirical studies.