|Publisher:||Dryden Press FL|
|Edition description:||6th ed|
|Product dimensions:||6.69(w) x 9.45(h) x (d)|
About the Author
Mordechai Kreinin holds a BA in economics from the University of Tel Aviv, and an MA and PhD in economics from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. He has taught economics at Michigan State University since 1961 (since 1990 as University Distinguished Professor). He has served as visiting professor at universities across the United States and around the world, and is the author of numerous books and articles.
Don P. Clark is the Beaman Professor in Business at the University of Tennessee where he has taught undergraduate and graduate international economics since 1978. He received a BA in economics from SUNY at Geneseo, and an MA and PhD in economics from Michigan State University. He has served as a consultant to international organizations and is the author of numerous journal articles. He currently serves as Executive Vice-President of the International Trade and Finance Association.
Table of Contents1. World Trade and the National Economy.
PART I. INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS
2.Why Nations Trade
3.The Commodity Composition of Trade
4.Protection of Domestic Industries: The Tariff
5.Nontariff Barriers (NTBs) to Trade
6.U.S. Commercial Policy
7.International and Regional Trade Organizations among Developed Countries
8.Selected Trade Problems of Developing Countries
9.International Mobility of Productive Factors.
PART II. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL RELATIONS
11.Market-Determined Exchange Rates
12.The International Currency System
13.Domestic Policies to Adjust the Balance of Payments
14.Effects of Exchange Rate Adjustments on the Current Account
15.The Monetary Approach to the Balance of Payments
16.Alternative Exchange-Rate Regimes