International Economics / Edition 5by James Gerber
Pub. Date: 01/15/2010
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Born of the author's frustration at the lack of accessible international economics books, International Economics speaks to the demands of a non-technical, international economic market. With a resounding cheer from reviewers who share the same challenges, Gerber has written International Economics, a mainstream, descriptive survey of international economics which is geared toward readers interested in history, political science, and public administration.
Table of Contents
I. THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY: AN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.
2. International Economic Institutions since World War II.
II. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS: THEORY.
4. Modern Trade Theory.
5. The Theory of Tariffs.
6. Tariff Policy.
7. Industrial Policies and Comparative Advantage.
8. Trade and Balance of Payments.
9. Exchange Rate and Exchange Rate Systems.
III. INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS ISSUES.
11. The U.S. and Japan: Deepening Ties between Two Systems.
12. The North American Free Trade Area.
13. The European Union: Many Markets into One.
14. Trade and Policy Reform in Latin America.
15. Export Oriented Growth in East Asia.
16. Economic Integration and the Collapse of Communism.
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