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The Tariff Reformers

The Tariff Reformers

1st Edition

By Hon. George Peel
May 08, 2019

This book, first published in 1913, examines in detail the Tariff Reform crisis of January 1913. The sudden abandonment of decades of established policy was one of the most surprising events in British domestic politics....

The Utility of International Economic Sanctions

The Utility of International Economic Sanctions

1st Edition

Edited By David Leyton-Brown
May 08, 2019

The debate over the imposition of sanctions against South Africa indicated that economic sanctions had become a controversial feature of the international political scene. This book, first published in 1987, is an authoritative review of the problem of economic sanctions. Each chapter looks at a ...

Trade Protection in the European Community

Trade Protection in the European Community

1st Edition

By Ludger Schuknecht
May 08, 2019

This book, first published in 1992, provides an in-depth analysis of the EC policy-making processes elating to trade protection. It argues that the decision-making process is biased towards national policy-makers, leading to the political determination of the EC’s administered protection, with the ...

U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and the Latin American Debt Issue

U.S. Foreign Economic Policy and the Latin American Debt Issue

1st Edition

By C. Roe Goddard
May 08, 2019

This book, first published in 1993, closely examines the United States government’s policy toward the Latin American debt crisis in the years 1982 to 1985. The United States under Reagan sought to maintain the problem as strictly a private creditor/debtor issue, and avoided the internationalization...

United States Foreign Economic Policy and the International Capital Markets The Case of Capital Export Countries, 1963-1974

United States Foreign Economic Policy and the International Capital Markets: The Case of Capital Export Countries, 1963-1974

1st Edition

By John A.C. Conybeare
May 08, 2019

This book, first published in 1988, is an attempt to explain the political sources and implications of the policies of one country toward an economic activity of critical importance in determining the nature and scope of the international financial system, the multinational corporation and economic...

Britain Under Protection An Examination of the Government's Protectionist Policy

Britain Under Protection: An Examination of the Government's Protectionist Policy

1st Edition

By Ranald M. Findlay
March 12, 2019

When this book was published in 1934, Britain had been a protectionist country for three years. The Import Duties Act and the Ottawa Agreements were based upon four main principles – the use of the tariff as an instrument of revenue, its use as a bargaining weapon, its use as a means of protecting ...

Strategic Behavior and the United States Unfair Trade Statutes

Strategic Behavior and the United States Unfair Trade Statutes

1st Edition

By Jeffrey W. Steagall
March 12, 2019

This book, first published in 1995, analyses both theoretically and empirically the effects of a material injury clause of the type found in the Trade Act of 1979 on the behaviour of the dumping or subsidised foreign and import-competing domestic industries. The insight underlying the investigation...

Routledge Library Editions: International Trade Policy

Routledge Library Editions: International Trade Policy

1st Edition

By Various
October 12, 2017

This 32 volume set reissues key out-of-print titles that will prove invaluable in understanding the current resurgence of economic nationalism. Covering all aspects of international trade policy, and focusing particularly on tariffs and protectionism, this set will be invaluable to the modern ...

Trade Policy, Protectionism and the Third World

Trade Policy, Protectionism and the Third World

1st Edition

By Michael Davenport
October 12, 2017

The 1980s saw an alarming revival of protectionism among Western countries, as a result of a decade of persistent economic crises, slow growth, industrial decline and rising unemployment. The two major actors, the US and the European Community, between them bore the major responsibility for the ...

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