International Trade Theories and the Evolving International Economy

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Bloomsbury Publishing, Nov 7, 2013 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
International Trade Theories and the Evolving International Economy provides a much-needed from which to approach this topic, offering a self-contained introduction to the subject of international trade theory. Drawing on a broad range of material this book provides the students with a well-rounded and more broadly informed view of the subject.
 

Contents

Trade and the International Economy
1
General Theoretical Approaches to the Explanation of Trade Flows
127
The Structural Transformation of the International Trading System and Analyses of Specific Economic Relationships
225
The fragmentation of sovereignty countries of the world by region year of independence and size of population
283
Bibliography
287
Index
317
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Richard Anthony Johns is a member of the department of Economics and Management Science at the University of Keele, UK.

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