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International Economics: Global Markets and Competition

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International Economics: Global Markets and Competition
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Publisher: World Scientific Publishing
ISBN/ASIN: 9812563466
ISBN-13: 9789812563460

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This text integrates the microeconomics of trade with concepts from open economy macroeconomics. The emphasis is on the powerful forces of international competition and the limitations of government policy. The author uses realistic numerical examples.

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