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Introduction to International Economics, 1st edition

  • Catrinus Jepma
  • Henk Jager

Published by Pearson (June 13th 1996) - Copyright © 1996

1st edition

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Overview

A new main introductory text for international trade and finance courses presenting a comprehensive, yet concise, overview of the major theories in international economics. At all times theory is related back to the everyday experience of international economics, with ample use made of case studies.

Table of contents

  1. Introduction
  2. The World economy
  3. Balance of payments
  4. International trade theory
  5. Production factors across borders
  6. Direct investments and the international operating company
  7. Trade policy, a welfare theoretical analysis
  8. Protectionism: modern arguments
  9. Trade policy and market structures: a micro-economic view point
  10. Trade policy and competition: a macro-economic view-point
  11. The practice of international trade
  12. Protection and the business world
  13. International financial streams
  14. Valuta exchange issues
  15. International risk: types and covering methods
  16. International Finance
  17. International Monetary Cooperation
  18. International monetary system and economic development
  19. Regional monetary integration

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