This book provides a grand design on a world scale that encompasses not only American interests but those of the other industrial countries, the developing world, and non-market economies. It suggests sectorial U.S. trade agreements based on the principles of efficiency, equity, and participation.
Table of Contents
Foreword -- Executive Summary -- Introduction -- Competitiveness and the Process of Adjustment -- Current State of the U.S. Economy -- Analyzing Corporate and Government Strategies -- Conclusions: Transforming the System -- About the International Economic Policy Association
Jack N. Behrman is the Luther Hodges Distinguished Professor at the University of North Carolina. He has served as assistant secretary of commerce for international affairs and later for domestic and international business. He has contributed more than 100 articles to professional journals and has written over 35 books and monographs on international business. Dr. Behrman has been the Thomas Carroll visiting professor at Harvard Business School and chairman of the M.B.A. program at the University of North Carolina. He is currently associate dean at the University of North Carolina. He received the B.S. degree from Davidson College (cum laude), an M.A. in economics from the University of North Carolina, and both an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Princeton.