1st Edition

Trade Policy, Protectionism and the Third World

ISBN 9781138300712
Published October 22, 2017 by Routledge
170 Pages

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Book Description

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 breakdown of the liberal world trading system. Protection in the 1970s and 1980s took the form of replacing free international markets by bilateral agreements. This book, first published in 1986, examines the European Community’s Generalized System of Preferences, whereby the manufactured exports of developing nations would have duty-free access to the markets of the EEC, and the consequences to this System of the new protectionism.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction  2. Development of the Community’s GSP  3. The EEC GSP and the ASEAN Countries  4. Theoretical Considerations  5. Quantifying the Effects of Tariff Preferences   6. The Parameter Assumptions  7. Results: The Macroeconomic Analysis  8. Results: The Microeconomic Analysis  9. Future Developments in the EEC GSP

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