National Trade Policies
by Dominick Salvatore
February 1992, 592pp, 6 1/8x9 1/4
1 volume, Greenwood

Hardcover: 978-0-313-26489-4
$75, £56, 63€, A108

This volume presents a comparative study of the national trade policies of 22 of the most important trading nations in the world. Each contribution offers an easily accessible overview of trade policy, as well as references that identify the most important sources of additional information.

International trade is now almost universally regarded as an important stimulus to growth and economic development, but while many aspects of international trade are regulated by international agreement, most nations retain some important specific trade policies for manufactured goods. In this work, the second volume of Greenwood’s Handbook of Comparative Economic Policies, Dominick Salvatore presents an overview of national trade policies in the world’s most important countries. As the only detailed comparative study of international trade policies, this volume will be an increasingly useful reference tool as international trade becomes more and more important in the years to come.

The work brings together contributions on twenty-two different countries plus four chapters on overall trade policies and helps to shed light not only on each nation’s specific trade policies but also on the effect of various policies on the growth of developed countries, the rate of economic development, and the progress of restructuring in the former centrally planned economies. The book is divided into six basic sections: the first provides an introduction to international trade policies and tariff and trade agreements, while the remaining five sections detail leading industrial countries, other industrial countries, Latin American nations, the countries of Asia and Africa, and the USSR, Poland, and China. Each chapter within these sections offers an easily accessible overview of trade policies as well as a list of references that identify the most important sources of additional information. This handbook will be an effective resource and reference tool for students of comparative economics and for economists and international policymakers.

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