ISBN 9780030261862,The World Economy: Trade and Finance

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ISBN 9780030261862
Publisher

South-Western

Publication Year 1999
ISBN-13

ISBN 9780030261862

ISBN-10 0030261864
Binding

Hardback

Edition 5th
Number of Pages 957 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Production engineering

Depth of theoretical content combined with current events and policy debates makes The World Economy an excellent choice for a broad range of trade and finance courses with an international economic focus. The authors present the tools of international economic analysis in a consistently comprehensive manner to establish the theoretical principles that are key in analysing international economic problems. Numerous graphs and charts help students navigate difficult financial material, and in-text examples and case studies focus on current events and policy debates providing real-life perspective to the economic theories driving trade and finance. Features: * Tools of international economic analysis are presented in a consistently comprehensive manner to establish the theoretical principles that are the key in analyzing international economic problems. * General trade issues including the political economy of trade policy and borders are placed ahead of more specialized concerns like growth, immigration and transition. * Numerous graphs and charts help students navigate through difficult financial material while the book's outline provides a clear road map to each chapter. * In-text examples and "Case Studies" focusing on current events and policy debates provide real-life correlations to the economic theories driving trade and finance. New to this edition: * Topics like the Stopler-Samuelson Theorem and Short Run-Factor Immobility in Chapter 4 have been expanded. * Chapter 6 features a new section on estimating the effects of high U.S. tariffs and a new case study on China, Tariffs and the WTO. * New cases on NAFTA in Chapter 9 bolster the expanded coverage of trade and borders. * Fresh material in Chapter 11, "Development, Transition, and Trade," starts with a clear presentation of development and issues, then focuses on Agriculture and Industry, North-South Issues, and finally Economies in Transition. * Chapter 14 relates topics of interest to topics of the course with trade discussion of the Asian Flu as well as the Peso. * While maintaining a firm coverage of Foreign Exchange, Chapter 15 has been rewritten for a more practical approach to money and the banking system. * Updates in Chapter 20 provide current and stimulation coverage of the European Monetary System.

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