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Trade policy issues are no longer solely the concern of a few government specialists and academics. Manufacturers, businesspeople, educators, and government officials must keep abreast of laws and regulations relating to trade, the economic consequences of various trade measures, and current trends in policy, but there have been few coherent sources for such information. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
He concludes that the US could use strategic advance responses to alter other countries' trade policies in a mutually beneficial wa. ichard N. Cooper evaluates trade policy as foreign policy by looking at changes through three periods of US history. Srinivasan scrutinizes the national defense argument for government intervention in foreign trade.
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Ingo Walter is a professor of finance, corporate governance and ethics as well as Vice Dean of Faculty at New York University's Stern School of Business
Ingo Walter is a professor of finance, corporate governance and ethics as well as Vice Dean of Faculty at New York University's Stern School of Business. Professor Walter received his . degrees from Lehigh University, and his P. degree in 1966 from New York University
Understanding International Trade Policies: An Emerging Synthesis. World Politics, Vol. 43, Issue. 10. For two other book-length treatments of similar material, see Stern, Robert . e. . Trade Policies in a Changing World Economy (Cambridge, Mass
Understanding International Trade Policies: An Emerging Synthesis. Trade Policies in a Changing World Economy (Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press, 1987); and Yamamura, Kozo and Yasuba, Yasukichi, ed. The Political Economy of Japan, vol. 1, The Domestic Transformation (Stanford, Calif. Stanford University Press, 1987). Roughly half of the content of the Stern book concerns the political economy of strategic trade policy.
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With these trade tensions, the global economy, in a sense, is getting close to a.Trade policies aren’t the only culprit behind slowing production.
With these trade tensions, the global economy, in a sense, is getting close to a crossroads, said Ayhan Kose, the director of the World Bank’s Prospects Group. Weakness in China, driven in part by fallout from the trade war, has spread to Germany, Australia and other nations, raising supply chain costs, chilling exports and worrying political and economic leaders. The Indiana company is changing its sourcing practices to minimize exposure to China, and Mr. Linebarger said its costs from tariffs now exceeded the benefits from the corporate tax cuts Mr. Trump signed in 2017.