Trade Policy and Economic Welfare

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Clarendon Press, 1974 - Commercial policy - 423 pages
The second edition of this classic text on international economics has been substantially revised and updated to take account of the considerable activity in this field over the last two decades. Three new chapters discuss trade policy and the environment, strategic trade policy, and tradepolicy and the exchange rate. Corden also analyzes in detail the many arguments for protection.

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Theory of Domestic Divergences
9
The Four Assumptions of the Theory
42
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W. M. Corden is professor of international economics at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of the Johns Hopkins University. He was Nuffield Reader in international economics at Oxford University from 1967-1976 and has also taught at Berkeley, Harvard, Minnesota, and Princeton. His publications include "The Theory of Protection and Trade Policy and Economic Welfare,"

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