International Economic Integration: Theory and measurement

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Miroslav Jovanovic
Taylor & Francis, 1998 - 720 páginas

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Regionalism and the world trading system
21
Economic integration
119
culturally economically and socially
150
A problem in the theory of tariffs
163
The economic theory of customs union
184
H G Johnson
200
a general survey
212
A new look at customs union theory
230
The theory of market integration a retrospective view
361
Is bilateralism bad?
375
Theory of integration in developing countries
391
The rationale of regional integration among developing countries
417
Trade creation and trade diversion in the European
429
The effects of economic integration on trade
453
Applied general equilibrium analysis of small open economies
476
An estimate of the dynamic effects of economic integration
501

customs unions
254
Rules of origin in customs unions and free trade areas
276
A general equilibrium method for evaluating customs unions
292
Economies of scale and customs union theory
300
Dynamic effects of integration
311
The theory of preferential trading arrangements
325
Optimum partners for a customs union distribution of costs
351
The European market its barriers and methods of evaluation
537
The growth effects of 1992
569
Industrial organization and the gains from Europe 1992
601
Completing the Internal Market in the European Community
622
On the measurement of dynamic effects of integration
674
Select bibliography
693
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