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Author Lovett, William Anthony.

Title U.S. trade policy : history, theory, and the WTO / William A. Lovett, Alfred E. Eckes, Jr. and Richard L. Brinkman.

Imprint Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, ©2004.

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Edition 2nd ed.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 236 pages) : illustrations
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 181-225) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction / William A. Lovett -- Britain's free trade experiment -- Bretton Woods, GATT 1947, and trade asymmetries -- Dollar hegemony, indiscipline, and Euro challenges -- MNCs, integration economies, and sharing benefits -- GATT 1994 and the World Trade Organization -- Goals for U.S. trade policy -- 2. U.S. trade history / Alfred E. Eckes Jr. -- Products and partners -- Colonial antecedents -- Confederation to constitution -- America first -- American system -- Cobden's challenge -- Protectionists in charge -- Wilson's low-tariff revolution -- Protection restored -- Smoot-Hawley -- Secretary Hull's trade policy revolution -- Building the Bretton Woods world -- Marshall Plan mentality -- GATT and unreciprocal trade -- Kennedy round asymmetries -- Overseas outsourcing -- Reacting to free riders -- Tokyo round promises -- FTA blitz -- NAFTA oversell -- Uruguay round "victory" -- Bilateral and regional FTAs -- Perils of globalization -- 3. Free trade : static comparative advantage / Richard L. Brinkman -- Origins of free trade : theory and policy -- Pure theory of trade -- Static comparative advantage under siege : errors and omissions -- Static versus dynamic -- 4. Dynamics of absolute advantage and economic development / Richard L. Brinkman -- Structural transformation : the secretary-lawyer analogy -- Dynamics of economic development : concept and theory -- New theories of trade : toward dynamic comparative advantage -- Toward improved trade policy -- 5. Rebalancing U.S. trade / William A. Lovett -- Alternative solutions -- Clinton-Perot : a mandate not implemented -- Department of Industry, Technology, and Trade (DITT) -- Cleaning up legal underbrush -- New realism versus holier than thou -- Teamwork : labor, environment, and consumers -- Monitoring and progress : three- to five-year transition periods -- Nonaction : vulnerability and decline -- Sustainable internationalism for Americans -- Recent trade bargaining--multilateral, regional and bilateral.
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Summary Lovett (Tulane Law School), Eckes (a former commissioner of the U.S. International Commission during the Reagan and Bush I administrations), and Brinkman (international economics, Portland State U.) evaluate the evolution of U.S. trade policy, focusing on the period from the establishment of the Gen.
Local Note eBooks on EBSCOhost EBSCO eBook Subscription Academic Collection - North America
Subject World Trade Organization.
World Trade Organization.
World Trade Organization.
United States -- Commercial policy.
Chronological Term Geschichte
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Eckes, Alfred E., 1942-
Brinkman, Richard L.
Other Form: Print version: Lovett, William Anthony. U.S. trade policy. 2nd ed. Armonk, N.Y. : M.E. Sharpe, ©2004 (DLC) 2003055794 (OCoLC)52838668
ISBN 9781317453178 (electronic bk.)
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0765613077 (alk. paper)
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0765613085 (pbk. ; alk. paper)
9780765613080 (pbk. ; alk. paper)