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  • ISBN 0900842210
  • ISBN13 978-0900842214
  • Language English
  • Author etc.,W.M. Corden
  • Publisher Trade Policy Research Centre (April 1975)
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The aim in this final chapter is to look at some broad issues concerned with the logic of subsidisation and protection, drawing where appropriate on the information in the six preceding studies and also on general economic theory. 1 A particular generalisation will be put forward, but it would be wrong to conclude that it follows inevitably from the six earlier studies.

Although much of the formal discussion is in terms of a combination of the above policy instruments, the basic interest lies in the comparison between pure strategies of devaluation, versus two kinds of import restrictions, namely tar~ffs only or quotas only, these three strategies being special cases of the general combination of tr. Sx and mq. As is well known, to a close approximation, a devaluation of x% is logically equivalent to setting t m Sx x where t m is a tariff on all imports of goods and services.

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NBER Working Paper No. 1676 (Also Reprint No. r0809) Issued in August . r0809) Issued in August 1985 NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Program, International Finance and Macroeconomics Program. Recently a number of authors have criticized the role of devaluations in traditional stabilization programs. citation courtesy of. Users who downloaded this paper also downloaded these: Ito, Isard, and Symansky.

The main goals of foreign trade policy are:, the volume change of exports and imports .

The main goals of foreign trade policy are:, the volume change of exports and imports;, changes in the structure of foreign trade . The basic line of government control of international trade is the application of two different types of foreign trade policy in combination: liberalization (free trade policy) and protectionism. Under the free trade policy is understood the minimum of state interference in foreign trade, which developed on the basis of free market forces of supply and demand, and under the protectionism - the state policy, which provides the protecting of the domestic market from foreign competition through the use of tariff and non-tariff trade policy instruments.

Trade barriers might be viewed as one vehicle to control the growth of demand for imports and therefore improve the overall balance of trade in goods and services.

Trading within the economy is an essential part in ensuring the growth of the economy and firms’ profit. international trade has been going on for years; however, over the recent years in particular, there has been a vast expansion on import controls, this is due to various reasons, these reasons are to help growing firms with their domestic status. Trade barriers might be viewed as one vehicle to control the growth of demand for imports and therefore improve the overall balance of trade in goods and services.

International Trade in Natural Resources: practice and policy. Michele Ruta World Trade Organization. Anthony J. Venables University of Oxford. Manuscript date: March 2012. It is not meant to represent the position or opinions of the WTO or its Members, nor the official position of any staff members.

This paper studies how cross-sector strategic trade policy affects wages .

This paper studies how cross-sector strategic trade policy affects wages, country-wide profits, and welfare. I develop a simple model of two-country general oligopolistic equilibrium. This paper examines optimal strategic trade policy under oligopoly with many home and foreign firms when firms have different levels of efficiency and a trade-off exists between the subsidy bill and firms’ profits.

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