The Economics of International Trade: An Independent View

The Economics of International Trade: An Independent View

The Economics of International Trade: An Independent View

The Economics of International Trade: An Independent View

Synopsis

This work presents a new theory and approach to the rapidly changing economics of international trade which challenges the prevailing neo-Keynesian point of view. From a theoretical perspective, the author examines the arguments of classical and neoclassical economists to develop the concept of dynamic disequilibrium with respect to the business cycle and its influence on a country's international trade position. Additionally, this concept is applied to multinational corporations and customs unions such as the European Community in their practical trade relationships.
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