International Trade

What Everyone Needs to Know®
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 7. September 2020
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International trade and trade policy have become increasingly important and complex in recent years. In this comprehensive introduction to the key aspects of international trade policy, noted authority Anne O. Krueger explains what has happened and why these issues are so difficult. With evidence-based analysis and an even-handed approach, International Trade: What Everyone Needs to Know lays the foundation to understand what trade does and does not do. Focusing on the importance of trade in both goods and services, Krueger explores the effects of various trade policies step-by-step and demonstrates why economists generally support free trade. Krueger considers the historical experience, highlighting how technological changes and reduction of trade barriers helped transform the world economy. Tariffs, antidumping and countervailing duties, government procurement policies, preferential trading arrangements, trade with developing countries and emerging markets, and the World Trade Organization are examined. Krueger tackles the fundamental questions surrounding trade including: What are the benefits and costs? What are trade deficits and do they matter? Why do some people favor protectionism and barriers to trade? How does trade policy affect workers? Written in question-and-answer format, this non-technical introduction to the policies of international trade provides an indispensable guide to one of the most crucial elements of the global economy.
  • Englisch
  • 17,27 MB
978-0-19-090047-2 (9780190900472)
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Anne O. Krueger, a former World Bank chief economist and former first deputy managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is Caroline and Herald L. Ritch Professor Emeritus of Arts and Sciences in the Economics Department and Senior Fellow at the Center for International Development at Stanford University. She is also Senior Research Professor of International Economics at the School of Advanced International Studies, Johns Hopkins University.
Introduction Part 1. The Groundwork Chapter 1. Trade in World History Chapter 2. What is Trade Policy About and Why? Chapter 3. Facts about Trade Part 2. Trade Policy Issues Chapter 4. Why Do Economists Advocate Free Trade? Chapter 5. Nontariff Barriers Chapter 6. Do Trade Deficits Matter: What Should Be Done about Them? Chapter 7. Does Trade Hurt American Jobs? Chapter 8. Currency Manipulation Part 3. What Trade Policy Does Chapter 9. Case Studies of Protection: Steel, Aluminum, Autos, Textiles, and Apparel Chapter 10. Agriculture: Should We Support and Protect Agriculture? Chapter 11. The WTO Chapter 12. Trade Remedy Protection Ads and CVDs Chapter 13. Grey Areas: Defense, Standards, Procurement, Self-sufficiency, Transport (Jones Act) Part 4. Trade Relations and Roles of Countries and Regions Chapter 14. Preferential Trading Arrangements Chapter 15. EU and Brexit Chapter 16. What about NAFTA/MUSCA? Chapter 17. What Happened to the TPP? Chapter 19. What about Trade with China? Chapter 20. Developing Countries and Emerging Markets Part 5. Why We Need an International Order Chapter 21. Helping those Adversely Affected by Trade and Other Events Chapter 22. Political Economy of Trade Policy Chapter 23. Conclusion: Why We Need an International Order

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