» » Perspectives on Trade and Development

Download Perspectives on Trade and Development epub

by Anne O. Krueger

Developing countries typically have wage rates that are a small fraction of those in developed countries. Trade theories traditionally attributed this difference to two factors: the relative abundance of the labor supply in the two countries and the relative value of the goods produced. These factors, however, inadequately explain the full differential in almost every comparison of developed and developing countries since the second World War. Providing an important and original perspective for understanding both the development process and policies aimed at raising the standard of living in poorer nations, Perspectives on Trade and Development gathers sixteen of Anne O. Krueger's most important essays on international trade and development economics. Her essays discuss the relationships between trade strategies and development; the links between factor endowments, developing countries' policies, and trade strategies in terms of their growth; the role of economic policy in development; and the international economic environment in which development efforts are taking place. Her analyses are extended to trade and development policies generally, and account for a substantial part of the residue unexplained by past theories. This insightful contribution by an influential scholar will be essential reading for all scholars of trade and development.
Download Perspectives on Trade and Development epub
ISBN: 0226454908
ISBN13: 978-0226454900
Category: Business
Subcategory: Economics
Author: Anne O. Krueger
Language: English
Publisher: University of Chicago Press; 1 edition (April 17, 1990)
Pages: 384 pages
ePUB size: 1255 kb
FB2 size: 1940 kb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 353
Other Formats: lrf rtf mobi doc