|aInternational economics :|btheory and policy /|cPaul R. Krugman, Princeton University, Maurice Obstfeld, University of California, Berkeley, Marc J. Melitz, Harvard University.
|axxxii, 753 pages :|billustrations, maps ;|c27 cm
|aPearson series in economics
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|apart 1. International trade theory. World trade : an overview ; Labor productivity and comparative advantage : the Ricardian model ; Specific factors and income distribution ; Resources and trade : the Heckscher-Ohlin model ; The standard trade model ; External economies of scale and the international location of production ; Firms in the global economy : export decisions, outsourcing, and multinational enterprises -- part 2. International trade policy. The instruments of trade policy ; The political economy of trade policy ; Trade policy in developing countries ; Controversies in trade policy -- part 3. Exchange rates and open-economy macroeconomics. National income accounting and the balance of payments ; Exchange rates and the foreign exchange market : an asset approach ; Money, interest rates, and exchange rates ; Price levels and the exchange rate in the long run ; Output and the exchange rate in the short run ; Fixed exchange rates and foreign exchange intervention -- part 4. International macroeconomic policy. International monetary systems : an historical overview ; Financial globalization : opportunity and crisis ; Optimum currency areas and the Euro ; Developing countries : growth, crisis, and reform -- Mathematical postscripts.
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