ROGER D. HANSEN
Trade, the Developing
Industrial priorities -- domestic or international? The new emphasis in development strategies. Neo-mercantilism and Northern protectionist measures. Reform movements in international
trade. Benefits of trade liberalization. Collective management
Political leadership in most developing countries --
particularly in the more advanced countries of Latin
America -- entered the post -- World War II period with the
fundamental conviction that trade liberalization and a strong
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Book title: Tariffs, Quotas, and Trade:The Politics of Protectionism.
Contributors: Walter Adams - Author, Ryan C. Amacher - Author, Sven W. Arndt - Author, Malcolm D. Bale - Author, John T. Cuddington - Author, Alan V. Deardorff - Author, Joel B. Dirlam - Author, Roger D. Hansen - Author, H. Robert Heller - Author, D. Gale Johnson - Author, Robert O. Keohane - Author, Michael W. Keran - Author, Rachel McCulloch - Author, Ronald I. McKinnon - Author, Gordon W. Smith - Author, Robert M. Stern - Author, Richard James Sweeney - Author, Robert D. Tollison - Author, Thomas D. Willett - Author.
Publisher: Institute for Contemporary Studies.
Place of publication: San Francisco.
Publication year: 1979.
Page number: 247.
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