International economics : the wealth of open nations / Jorgen Ulff-Moller Nielsen,Erik Strøjer Madsen, Kurt Pedersen.Material type: TextPublication details: McGraw-Hill, 1995. ISBN: 0077079795DDC classification: 337
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
1. Introduction -- 2. Trade Theory: Comparative Advantages -- 3. Trade Theory: Competitive Advantages -- 4. International Factor Movements -- 5. The Theory of Trade Policy -- 6. The International Trade System -- 7. Balance of Payments and International Indebtedness -- 8. The Foreign Exchange Market -- 9. Financial Markets -- 10. Economic Policy: Fixed Exchange Rates -- 11. Changing National Competitiveness -- 12. Economic Policy Under Floating Exchange Rates -- 13. Inflation and Economic Policy -- 14. International Coordination.
International Economics: The Wealth of Open Nations provides a comprehensive yet concise introduction to International Economics. It combines historical, theoretical and empirical perspectives and examines the international trade in goods and services, the international capital and exchange markets, and the economic management of individual nations within the international system. The first part of the text focuses on international trade theories of comparative and competitive advantage. The theory of trade policy and the reality of the international trading system are each examined in turn. The second part examines monetary aspects and in particular focuses upon the relationship between the balance of payments and international indebtedness, and on exchange markets and international capital markets. The third part focuses upon the management of the small, open economy, firstly assuming fixed exchange rates and then under floating exchange rates. The impact of inflation on economic policy is considered and the final chapter extends the analysis to the economic management of the global economy.
Translated from the Danish M. Petersen.