U.S. Trade Policy and Global Growth: New Directions in the International Economy

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U.S. Trade Policy and Global Growth

New Directions in the International Economy

Robert A. Blecker

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Economic Policy Institute

M.E. Sharpe Armonk, New York

London, England

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Tables and Figures xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • PART I Conceptual Frameworks 1
  • Chapter One - Managed Trade and Economic Sovereignty 3
  • Notes 35
  • Bibliography 35
  • Chapter Two - Global Interdependence and National Prosperity 37
  • Conclusion 56
  • Notes 56
  • Notes 57
  • PART II Issues in U.S. Trade Policy 59
  • Chapter Three - International Trade and the Performance of U.S. Labor Markets 61
  • Conclusion 98
  • Notes 99
  • Notes 104
  • Chapter Four - the Costs of Trade Protection Reconsidered: U.S. Steel, Textiles, and Apparel 108
  • Conclusions: Consequences for Trade Policy 126
  • Notes 131
  • Notes 133
  • Chapter Five - the Political Economy of the North American Free Trade Agreement 136
  • Conclusions and Policy Options 163
  • Notes 167
  • Notes 172
  • PART III Macroeconomic Perspectives 177
  • Chapter Six - the Trade Deficit and U.S. Competitiveness 179
  • Conclusions 207
  • Appendix 208
  • Appendix 210
  • Appendix 211
  • Chapter Seven - Reforming the International Payments System 215
  • Conclusion 234
  • Notes 234
  • Notes 236
  • PART IV Trade Policies in the Developing Countries 237
  • Chapter Eight Income Distribution, Trade, and Growth 239
  • Conclusions 262
  • Notes 264
  • Notes 265
  • Chapter Nine Industrial Policy and Export Success: Third World Development Strategies Reconsidered 267
  • Notes 293
  • Bibliography 295
  • Index 299
  • CONTRIBUTING AUTHORS 311
  • About the Economic Policy Institute 313
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