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eBook Unionism, International Trade (Foreign Economic Policy of the United States) ePub

by Tim Riley,Robert J Riley

  • ISBN: 0815319932
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Tim Riley,Robert J Riley
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Garland Science; 1 edition (January 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 190
  • ePub book: 1324 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1969 kb
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The United States supported trade liberalization and was instrumental in the creation of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), an international code of tariff and trade rules that was signed by 23 countries in 1947

The United States supported trade liberalization and was instrumental in the creation of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT), an international code of tariff and trade rules that was signed by 23 countries in 1947. By the end of the 1980s, more than 90 countries had joined the agreement. In addition to setting codes of conduct for international trade, GATT sponsored several rounds of multilateral trade negotiations, and the United States participated actively in each of them, often taking a leadership role

Foreign trade of the United States comprises the international imports and exports of the United States, one of the world's most significant economic markets. The country is among the top three global importers and exporters

Foreign trade of the United States comprises the international imports and exports of the United States, one of the world's most significant economic markets. The country is among the top three global importers and exporters. The regulation of trade is constitutionally vested in the United States Congress.

Regional economic cooperation in East Asia, in both the trade and . A major theme of this book is that the foreign economic policy of the United States must embrace a wide-ranging set of domestic measures to address.

Regional economic cooperation in East Asia, in both the trade and monetary arenas, is likely to create over time an even more powerful entity in that part of the world. For foreign policy as well as economic reasons, unilateralism is simply not an option for the United States in the 21st century. This book concludes that the United States needs to undertake, with considerable urgency, a series of major policy initiatives to head off the immediate international economic risks just cited. A major theme of this book is that the foreign economic policy of the United States must embrace a wide-ranging set of domestic measures to address the costs of globalization.

What are the key foreign economic policy issues facing the United .

What are the key foreign economic policy issues facing the United States in the second half of this decade? . This new book analyzes the dramatic importance of the world economy to both the domestic prosperity and overall foreign policy of the United States, describes the new global environment (. the rise of China as a global economic superpower and the completion of European unification) in which US policy must operate, and proposes major US initiatives on a wide range of international.

This article argues that immigration policy formation in the United States . Immigration and American Unionism. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. Log-Rolling and Economic Interest in the Passage of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff

This article argues that immigration policy formation in the United States after 1950 can only be understood in the context of the increasing integration of world markets. Increasing trade openness has exposed firms that rely on immigrant labor to foreign competition and increased the likelihood that these firms fail. Brown, Stuart S. 2006. Log-Rolling and Economic Interest in the Passage of the Smoot-Hawley Tariff. Carnegie-Rochester Conference Series on Public Policy 45:173–200.

Regulation of international trade supposes purposeful influence of the state on trade relations with other . It is assumed that economic potential and competitiveness at the world market of separate countries is different

Regulation of international trade supposes purposeful influence of the state on trade relations with other countries. It is assumed that economic potential and competitiveness at the world market of separate countries is different. Therefore a free action of market forces can be unprofitable for the less developed countries. Unlimited competition from more powerful states can result to economic stagnation and the formation of inefficient economic structure in less-developed countries.

The Administration's foreign trade recovery program has, therefore, awakened world-wide interest

The Administration's foreign trade recovery program has, therefore, awakened world-wide interest. There is hope and some apprehension in this. HENRY F. GRADY, Chief of the Division of Trade Agreements in the Department of State; Professor of International Trade and Dean of the College of Commerce at the University of California. MORE BY Henry F. Grady. IT MAY be assumed that the recovery of world commerce is conditioned to a large degree on the recovery of our commerce, and that our commerce is, in turn, dependent to an important degree upon a revival of general world business.

Special economic zones (SEZs) have a long and complicated relationship with the United States

Special economic zones (SEZs) have a long and complicated relationship with the United States. The lineage of the country runs back to proto-SEZs, created when Old World governments sold entrepreneurs charters to build for-profit colonies in the New World, such as Jamestown and New Amsterdam. In more recent times, though, the United States has lagged behind the rest of the globe in tapping the potential of SEZs, which have exploded in number, types, territory, and population.

under the Bureau's program in International Trade and Investment, for eventual publication in the Cambridge Economic History of the United States.

First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.