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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Harrod, Roy, 1900-1978.
International trade theory in a developing world.
London, Macmillan; New York, St Martin's Press, 1963
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Roy Harrod; Douglas Chalmers Hague; International Economic Association.
|Notes:||Conference held in 1961.|
|Description:||xv, 570 p. diagrs. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Some recent trends in the pure theory of international trade / J.N. Bhagwati --
Recent trends in world trade / A. Maizels --
Trends in terms of trade and their reprecussions on primary producers / T. Morgan --
Effects of changes in comparative costs as influenced by technical change / H.G. Johnson --
Desirable international movements of capital in relation to growth of borrowers and lenders and growth of markets / R.F. Harrod --
Internal structural changes required by growth and changes in international trade / M. Bye --
Infant industry arguments for assistance to industries in the setting of dynamic trade theory / H. Myint --
Regional free trade : trade-creating and trade-diverting effects of political, commercial and monetary areas / H.H. Liesner --
The theory of common markets as applied to regional arrangement among developing countries / R.F. Mikesell --
Forms of international economic relations which influence development of world trade / A. Bechin --
International trade and trade cycles, 1950-60 / A. Lamfalussy --
Economic principles of the foreign trade of Socialist states / V.P. Sergeyev --
Economic growth and balance of payments problems / K.M. Savosnick --
Trade and payments policy for a developing economy / I.G. Patel --
Existing international payments and exchange systems in relation to problems of growth : I / J. Weiller --
Existing international payments and exchange systems in relation to problems of growth : II / D.J. Delivanis --
The prospects for international liquidity and the future evolution of the international payment system / C.P. Kindleberger.
|Responsibility:||Edited by Roy Harrod, assisted by Douglas Hague.|