Focuses on the main issues of trade and development and on the attainment of major development goals in the international community. They include rapid development in the third world, sustained economic expansion in industrial countries and the eradication of inequality and poverty.
Preface; 1. Introduction; Part I. Industrial Economies and the International market: 2. Domestic policy issues; 3. Protectionism and the management of trade; Part II. The Role of Developing Countries: 4. Export strategies; 5. Armaments and North-South trade; 6. Aid, trade, and debt; 7. Resource and North-South trade; Part III. Summary: 8. The evolving world economy; Part IV. Theoretical Background: 9. Adjustment, stability, and returns to scale; 10. Large-scale technologies and patterns of trade; 11. North-South trade and export policies; 12. Aid and transfers.