U.S. Trade: Key Concepts, Policies and International Trends

Dena B. Torres (Editor)

Series: Trade Issues, Policies and Laws
BISAC: LAW075000

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Economic theory indicates that trade occurs because it is mutually enriching. It has a positive economic effect like that caused by technological change, whereby economic efficiency is increased, allowing greater output from the same amount of scarce productive resources. By allowing each participant to specialize in producing what it is relatively more efficient at and trading for what it is relatively less efficient at, trade can increase economic well-being above what would be possible without trade. This book discusses current key concepts, policies, forecasts, and international trends in the U.S. trade sector. (Imprint: Novinka )

Preface

Trade Primer: Qs and As on Trade Concepts, Performance, and Policy
(J.F. Hornbeck, Mary Jane Bolle, William H. Cooper, Craig K. Elwell, James K. Jackson, Vivian C. Jones, M. Angeles Villarreal, CRS)

International Trade and Finance: Key Policy Issues for the 113th Congress
(Mary A. Irace, J.F. Hornbeck, CRS)

U.S. International Trade: Trends and Forecasts
(Brock R. Williams, J. Michael Donnelly, CRS)

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