Last edited by Akinosar
Saturday, August 1, 2020 | History

7 edition of Strategic trade policy found in the catalog.

Strategic trade policy

a survey of issues and early analysis

by Gene M. Grossman

  • 203 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by International Finance Section, Dept. of Economics, Princeton University in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Commercial policy,
    • United States -- Commercial policy

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 32-34.

      StatementGene M. Grossman and J. David Richardson.
      SeriesSpecial papers in international economics,, no. 15 (Apr. 1985), Special papers in international economics ;, no. 15.
      ContributionsRichardson, J. David.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1411 .G743 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination38 p. :
      Number of Pages38
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3020069M
      ISBN 100881653047
      LC Control Number85000196

        "Given the way our political process works," said Avinash Dixit, an economist at Princeton, "there's good reason to think strategic trade policy could serve us even less well." America's $ The nonoptimality of optimal trade policies: the U.S. automobile industry revisited, / Kala Krishna, Kathleen Hogan, Phillip Swagel --Trade policy under imperfect competition: a numerical assessment / Anthony J. Venables --Strategic trade policy in the European car market / Alasdair Smith --Deregulation of Scandinavian airlines: a.

      Strategic Trade Policy In Developing Countries, An strategic trade policy in developing countries empirical analysis of automated trading system coding developing. Autonomy binary option indicator trade elite v of the developing countries to implement strategic trade policy in developing countries sovereign policies.! Since the s, economists have used the concept of strategic trade policy, which takes account of imperfect competition and increasing returns in the international marketplace, to criticize conventional views about free trade. According to the new view, a government can take strategic steps to raise its income at another country’s expense—by subsidizing exports or erecting trade barriers.

      In book: Encyclopedia of Management Theory, Chapter: Business Policy and Corporate Strategy, Publisher: Sage, Editors: Eric H. Kessler, 1, pp. strategic contingency and. America's Not-So-Strategic Trade Policy in Asia The U.S. is leaving itself behind as allies—and China—ink trade deals left and right.


Share this book
You might also like
Odes, lyrics, and sonnets from the poetic works of James Russell Lowell

Odes, lyrics, and sonnets from the poetic works of James Russell Lowell

The role of the village school teacher in rural development of the province of Mahasarakam, Thailand

The role of the village school teacher in rural development of the province of Mahasarakam, Thailand

Ocean of ambition

Ocean of ambition

Allegro deciso, for brass sextet and timpani.

Allegro deciso, for brass sextet and timpani.

Chemistry 7th Edition With Cd Plus Eduspace

Chemistry 7th Edition With Cd Plus Eduspace

Too good to be true

Too good to be true

Outer space.

Outer space.

Global climate change

Global climate change

The Innocence of Father Brown

The Innocence of Father Brown

The NOAA-ERL-ARL Solar UV Radiation and Climate Research Project program description and progress report

The NOAA-ERL-ARL Solar UV Radiation and Climate Research Project program description and progress report

Transactions =

Transactions =

Education in 1928

Education in 1928

Screwball comedy

Screwball comedy

Effects of wastewater and cooling water chlorination in aquatic life

Effects of wastewater and cooling water chlorination in aquatic life

Strategic trade policy by Gene M. Grossman Download PDF EPUB FB2

It focuses in particular on the impact of changes in the international trade environment and on how new developments and theory can guide our trade ts: New Thinking about Trade Policy, Paul Krugman (Sloan School of Management, MIT). Rationales for Strategic Trade and Industrial Policy, James A.

Brander (University of British Columbia).Cited by:   Strategic Trade Policy: Discussing the Implications of Opportunity Costs, Inequality in Country Sizes and Uncertainty: International Business Books @   Strategic Trade Policy: An Option for Developing Countries?: A Review of the Theory, Empirical Findings, and a Cge-Evaluation for Venezuela V, Volks- Und Betriebswirtschaft, Bd.

) [Limburg, Leonor Von] on *FREE* Strategic trade policy book on qualifying offers. Strategic Trade Policy: An Option for Developing Countries?: A Review of the Theory, Empirical Findings. It focuses in particular on the impact of changes in the international trade environment and on how new developments and theory can guide our trade ts: New Thinking about Trade Policy, Paul Krugman (Sloan School of Management, MIT).

Rationales for Strategic Trade and Industrial Policy, James A. Brander (University of British Columbia). Strategic trade policy is an application of oligopoly theory, which accounts for strategic interactions between firms in actual or potential international trade markets (Spencer and Brander,   Excerpt from Strategic Trade Policy With Incompletely Informed Policymakers This paper analyses the implications of incomplete information for strategic trade policy.

It revisits in an incomplete information context the simple but powerful point made by Brander and Spencer () that in an oligopolistic industry, unilateral government Author: S. Lael Brainard. Strategic trade theory (sometimes appearing in literature as "strategic trade policy") describes the policy certain countries adopt in order to affect the outcome of strategic interactions between firms in an international oligopoly, an industry dominated by a small number of firms.

The term ‘strategic’ in this context refers to the strategic interaction between firms; it does not refer to. Theories of strategic trade policy that allow for oligopoly and for strategic interactions, and which appear to justify trade interventions, are analysed sceptically.

Also discussed is the industrial policy, and the argument that import protection may be justified if it fosters exporting. The existence of strategic interaction is the defining characteristic of oligopoly. Strategic trade policies that change the incentives for investment or research and development (R&D) in the context of international oligopoly represent an important application in.

Lipsey's appendix is useful for identifying an important research agenda in the economics and political economy of strategic trade policy (see also Brander's contribution, pp. 49–51). Avinash K. Dixit's chapter in the Krugman book, “Trade Policy: An Agenda for Research,” is similarly useful. The Strategic Trade Review is the trusted source for peer reviewed research and analysis on trade and security.

It is the authoritative resource for researchers, practitioners, students, policy-makers, and other stakeholders worldwide involved in export controls, sanctions, and other trade es from the Strategic Trade Review are frequently cited in other peer reviewed journals. NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment.

This paper reviews the literature on strategic trade policy. Strategic trade policy is defined as trade policy that conditions or alters a strategic relationship between firms, implying that strategic trade policy focuses primarily on trade policy in the presence of oligopoly.

Downloadable. This paper reviews the literature on strategic trade policy. Strategic trade policy is defined as trade policy that conditions or alters a strategic relationship between firms, implying that strategic trade policy focuses primarily on trade policy in the presence of oligopoly.

The key point is that strategic relationships between firms introduce additional motives for trade. Trade policy flexibility mechanisms are backed up by enforcement instruments which allow for punishment of illegal extra-contractual conduct. This book offers a legal and economic analysis of contractual escape and punishment in the WTO.

Strategic Trade Policy: An Option for Developing Countries?: A Review of the Theory, Empirical Findings and a CGE-Evaluation for Venezuela / Publications Universitaires Européennes) [von Limburg, Leonor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Strategic Trade Policy: An Option for Developing Countries?: A Review of the Theory, Empirical Findings and a CGE-Evaluation. Strategic trade policy(STP) is a part of industrial policy. This policy aimed at capturing profits of foreign firms: government spending involved in creating dynamic comparative advantage to.

improving policy; and Dixit and Kyle () argued that strategic trade poli- cies should be seen as part of a larger game in which it would often be better for governments to rule out their possibility.

What this academic critique showed was not that the strategic trade policy concept was wrong, but that it was not necessarily right. Strategic trade policy refers to trade policy that affects the outcome of strategic interactions between firms in an actual or potential international oligopoly.

A main idea is that trade policies can raise domestic welfare by shifting profits from foreign to domestic firms. Downloadable. Author(s): James A. Brander. Abstract: This paper reviews the literature on strategic trade policy.

Strategic trade policy is defined as trade policy that conditions or alters a strategic relationship between firms, implying that strategic trade policy focuses primarily on trade policy in the presence of oligopoly.

The key point is that strategic relationships between firms. Strategic trade policy. Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: James A Brander; National Bureau of Economic Research.

Strategic trade policy refers to trade policy that affects the outcome of strategic interactions between firms in an actual or potential international oligopoly. A main idea is that trade policies can raise domestic welfare by shifting profits from foreign to domestic firms.

A wellknown .This book presents a theoretical investigation of the formation of regional free trade agreements (FTAs), the behavior of global enterprises, and government trade policies in various game forms including multi-stage games, repeated games, and timing games.

In the last few decades, the number of.This volume of original essays brings the practical world of trade policy and of government and business strategy together with the world of academic trade theory.

It focuses in particular on the impact of changes in the international trade environment and on how new developments and theory can guide our trade policy.

Contents New Thinking about Trade Policy, Paul Krugman (Sloan School of.