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Trade Policy in Developing Countries

Trade Policy in Developing Countries

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  • Date Published: January 2001
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521004268

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  • Trade Policy in Developing Countries is a research treatise aimed at academics, graduate students and professional, policy-oriented economists. It is the first work in the field to analyze trade policy in an integrated theoretical framework based on optimizing dynamic models that pay careful attention to the structural features of developing country economies. Following a thorough critique of the debate on inward- vs. outward-oriented trade regimes, Buffie examines the main issues of concern to less developed countries in the areas of optimal commercial policy, trade liberalization and direct foreign investment.

    • Fills major gap in literature on trade policy in developing countries
    • Most rigorous, up-to-date assessment of its kind; uses dynamic models
    • Offers 3 user-friendly chapters 'Tools of the Trade' useful for both students and professionals
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    "This is a very interesting text for the "post-Seattle" discussion of trade policies in developing countries...he focuses on dynamics and on credibility effects through judicious simplification of the basic model. Each chapter is well crafted to be complete enough to answer the question at hand...He is determined that the reader understand these-so determined that he devotes three chapters in the monographs to "tools and tricks of the trade." proving therein a careful explication of the mathematical techniques invovled. Those who have not yet mastered the applications of duality theory or of linear differential-equations solutions in economics will find this an excellent and detailed explanations of the mathematics involved. This feature also makes the monograph quite valuable as a text or reference work for graduate courses in international trade theory...It produces an export good, an import competing good, and a nontraded good." Southern Economic Journal Jan 2002

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    Product details

    • Date Published: January 2001
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521004268
    • length: 408 pages
    • dimensions: 230 x 155 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.547kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    1. Introduction
    2. Tools and tricks of the trade, Part I. Duality theory:
    3. The trade policy debate
    4. Tools and tricks of the trade, Part II. Linear differential equations and dynamic optimization
    5. Underemployment, underinvestment and optimal trade policy
    6. Liberalization and the transition problem, Part I. Transitory unemployment
    7. Tools and tricks of the trade, Part III. The dynamics of temporary shocks
    8. Liberalization and the transition problem, Part II. Credibility and the balance of payments
    9. Direct foreign investment, economic development, and welfare
    10. Suggestions for future research.

  • Author

    Edward F. Buffie, Indiana University

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