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J.R. Markusen,James R. Melvin,William M. Kaempfer,Keith Maskus
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McGraw-Hill Education (ISE Editions) (January 1, 1995)
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A comprehensive, balanced text, International Trade: Theory and Evidence is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level.

A comprehensive, balanced text, International Trade: Theory and Evidence is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level. It is appropriate either as part of a two-term International sequence (trade and finance) or in advanced courses in Trade that follow a one-term International Economics course.

TRADE Theory and Evidence. William H. Kaempfer earned his . from The College of Wooster in Ohio and his P. from Duke University. James R. Markusen University of Colorodo, Boulder. Melvin University of Waterloo. Melvin was raised on a farm in southern Manitoba and com- HF1379. 1 pleted an undergraduate science degree at the University of Manitoba. He 382-<1c20 94-24782 received his . degree at the University of Alberta, then attended the University of Minnesota, where he earned his P. in economics in 1966. His initial academic appointment was at the University of Washington in Seattle.

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Markusen, James R. and Melvin, James R. and Maskus, Keith E. and Kaempfer, William (1995): International trade: theory and evidence. PDF MPRA paper 21989. It systematically examines alternative causes of trade and the consequence of each. A much revised version is due to be published in 2011.

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University of Colorado Boulder. University of Colorado Boulder. Multilateralism is founded on both the classical international trade theory and the free trade theory which promote comparative advantage and specialization among participating nations as explained in Markusen et al. (1995), Salvatore (2001) and Gandolfo (2014). The ACP, G-90, G-20, G-33 and the African Group of the World Trade Organization (WTO) provide a broad platform for Nigeria to engage in multilateral trade apart from several bilateral trade arrangements with the traditional trade partners.

A comprehensive, balanced text, International Trade: Theory and Evidence is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level

A comprehensive, balanced text, International Trade: Theory and Evidence is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level. It can also be used as a background text for beginning graduate courses. Intermediate Microeconomics is an assumed pre-requisite for students using this text.

James R. Markusen, James R. Melvin, William M. Kaempfer. A comprehensive, balanced text, "International Trade: Theory and Evidence" is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level

James R. A comprehensive, balanced text, "International Trade: Theory and Evidence" is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level.

  • Granigrinn
Awesome book and awesome seller
  • Azago
We used this as a textbook for a one semester course in international trade relations. The writing is clear and the book is well-organized, making it very readable. It has very few errors, perhaps that's why a new edition hasn't come out lately. Most of the analyses of the models are done graphically and using only algebra, so it is suited for beginners of international trade theory/international economics. The questions at the end of each chapter vary from very easy to difficult, but the difficult ones can be answered after reading the text about two or three times and digesting its contents. This book is aimed primarily for undergraduates but first year graduate students can use this book as a review for more advanced texts in international trade such as "Lectures in International Trade",(1998) by Bhagwati et al. This textbook is highly-recommended and could be a better alternative than Krugman and Obstfeld's popular text ("International Economics: Theory and Policy").
  • bass
This book can be used in the international trade component of a two-semester ug course in international trade and finance (as the editorial review points).
The book uses - at least for me - an extremely useful approach to studying the rudiments of trade theory: after reviewing the standard concepts from consumer and producer theory, it provides a set of sufficient conditions that jointly determine the no-trade world. The core of the text then relaxes each of the mentioned conditions while keeping the others valid, showing why trade arises and at the same time providing a very clear overall picture. All models are discussed in a non-technical way but still with a fair amount of rigour, clearly stating the assumptions and proving the propositions.
The idea of using the revealed preference to show the existence of gains from trade in various settings is defenitely sth worth examining.
The trade policy part offers a chapter on strategic trade policy to shake the validity of the standard "trade barriers are harmful" belief from a perpective that is usually not presented by competitive texts.
Still, two elements could be improved: the part on the link between trade and economic growth is not very readable. Maybe the authors could do sth more about it by using algebra. Secondly, although the concept of intra-industry trade is discussed on many occasions, the authors could consider devoting an additional chapter to it just to summarise the already mentioned ideas.
To conclude: I consider the book as being better than, say, Krugman's or Salvatore's probably more popular texts.