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Introduction to international economics / Catrinus Jepma, Henck Jager, Elise Kamphuis.

By: Jepma, C. JContributor(s): Jager, Henck | Kamphuis, Elise, 1965-Material type: TextTextPublication details: New York : Longman Publishing, c1996. ISBN: 0582277655Subject(s): International economic relations | International trade | International finance | Balance of payments | Commercial policyDDC classification: 337 LOC classification: HF1359 | .J47 1996
Contents:
The International Business Programme -- Introduction: Miscellaneous international economic questions: an illustration based on a case study -- 1. The world economy: key data and central concepts -- 2. The balance of payments -- 3. International trade theory -- 4. International production factors -- 5. Direct investment and multinational enterprises -- 6. Trade policy: a classic welfare theory analysis -- 7. Modern arguments relating to protection -- 8. Trade policy and market forms: a micro-economic analysis -- 9. Trade policy and competitive behaviour: a micro-economic analysis -- 10. The practice of protection -- 11. Business, government and lobbying -- 12. The importance of international capital flows -- 13. The exchange rate explained -- 14. Exchange rate effects -- 15. International risks: forms and cover -- 16. International monetary cooperation -- 17. The international monetary system, international debt and economic development -- 18. Regional monetary integration.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The International Business Programme -- Introduction: Miscellaneous international economic questions: an illustration based on a case study -- 1. The world economy: key data and central concepts -- 2. The balance of payments -- 3. International trade theory -- 4. International production factors -- 5. Direct investment and multinational enterprises -- 6. Trade policy: a classic welfare theory analysis -- 7. Modern arguments relating to protection -- 8. Trade policy and market forms: a micro-economic analysis -- 9. Trade policy and competitive behaviour: a micro-economic analysis -- 10. The practice of protection -- 11. Business, government and lobbying -- 12. The importance of international capital flows -- 13. The exchange rate explained -- 14. Exchange rate effects -- 15. International risks: forms and cover -- 16. International monetary cooperation -- 17. The international monetary system, international debt and economic development -- 18. Regional monetary integration.

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