International Trade in Agricultural Products / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Prentice Hall
This book explores the broad issues and essential topics involved in international agricultural trade: agricultural policy, foreign direct investment, technical barriers, macroeconomics, the environment, preferential trade agreements. It presents this fundamental material as part of a complete treatment that offers students an understanding of how the current trade regime works, and which parties benefit and lose as the regime changes. Chapter topics include gains from trade, policies of importing and exporting companies, multilateral trade negotiations, European agriculture, and international marketing. For individuals with a background in intermediate microeconomics, ready for an extensive graphical analysis of trade issues.
|Series:||Agribooks the Pearson Custom Publishing Program for Agriculture Series|
|Edition description:||1 ED|
|Product dimensions:||6.60(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.70(d)|
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to Agricultural Trade.
2. Gains from Trade.
3. Trade Policies of Importing Countries.
4. Trade Policies of Exporting Countries.
5. Technical Barriers to Trade.
6. Multilateral Trade Negotiations: The GATT and WTO.
7. Preferential Trade Agreements.
8. Macroeconomics and Its Influence on International Trade.
9. Trade and the Environment.
10. European Agriculture.
11. Foreign Direct Investment and Processed Food Trade.
12. Competitiveness in the Global Food Economy.
13. International Marketing: Analyzing Opportunities.
14. International Marketing: Developing an International Strategy.