A comprehensive and up-to-date overview of international trade theory, containing ten specially commissioned contributions from the world's leading authorities. The book complements international economics textbooks and makes the more technical journal literature accessible, presenting students with a wider menu of analytical tools than other texts.
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About the Author
David Greenaway is Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham. He is an Associate Editor of the Economic Journal and Joint Managing Editor of The World Economy, and has been a consultant to the World Bank, UNIDO, UNCTAD, the European Commission, UNECE, HM Treasury and OECD. He has written numerous books and has been published widely in academic journals.
L. Alan Winters is Professor of Economics at the University of Birmingham. He is also Co-Director of the International Trade Programme at the Centre for Economic Policy Research and an Associate Editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies and of the Economic Journal. He has written several books and numerous articles on international trade and is frequently consulted by organizations such as the World Bank, UNIDO and OECD.
Table of Contents
List of Figures.
List of Tables.
List of Contributors.
1. Introduction and Overview: David Greenaway and L. Alan Winters (University of Nottingham and University of Birmingham).
2. The Theory of International Trade: Rodney Falvey (Australian National University).
3. Imperfect Competition and International Trade: Alasdair Smith (University of Sussex).
4. Testing Trade Theory: Edward Leamer (University of California, Los Angeles).
5. The Theory of Protection: James Anderson (Boston College).
6. The Political Economy of Trade Policy: Stephen Magee (University of Texas at Austin).
7. Strategic Trade Policies: Didier Laussel (Université d'Aix-Marseille II and Christian Montet, University of Montpellier).
8. Trade and Development: Paul Collier and Jan Willem Gunning (University of Oxford, and Free University Amsterdam).
9. International Economic Integration: Robert Hine (University of Nottingham).
10. Services Trade: Andre Sapir and Chantal Winter (Université Libré de Bruxelles).
11. The Relationship between International Trade and International Production: John Cantwell (University of Reading).