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Understanding global trade

Autor: Elhanan Helpman
Editorial: Cambridge, Mass. : Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2011.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Global trade is of vital interest to citizens as well as policymakers, yet it is widely misunderstood. This compact exposition of the market forces underlying international commerce addresses both of these concerned groups, as well as the needs of students and scholars. Although it contains no equations, it is almost mathematical in its elegance, precision, and power of expression. It provides a thorough explanation  Leer más
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Elhanan Helpman
ISBN: 9780674060784 0674060784
Número OCLC: 676725372
Descripción: x, 222 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contenido: 1. Introduction --
2. Comparative advantage: --
2.1. Technology --
2.2. Factor Proportions --
3. Gainers and losers: --
3.1. No distributional conflicts --
3.2. Two case studies: --
3.2.1. The United States --
3.2.2. Japan --
3.3. Distributional conflicts --
3.4. Compensating losers --
4. Scale and scope: --
4.1. Economies of scale --
4.2. Monopolistic competition --
4.3. Additional sources of gains from trade --
5. Across firms within industries: --
5.1. Exporting vs. nonexporting firms --
5.2. Quantitative assessment --
5.3. Unemployment and inequality --
6. Offshoring and outsourcing: --
6.1. Offshoring --
6.2. The traditional approach --
6.3. Horizontal FDI --
6.4. Vertical FDI --
6.5. Complex integration --
6.6. Internalization --
7. Epilogue.
Responsabilidad: Elhanan Helpman.

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Helpman explains what shapes international production and distribution of goods and the resulting trade flows, and provides a clear, original account of the trade-theory revolutions of the 1980s and  Leer más

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