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eBook World trade and payments: An introduction ePub

by Richard E Caves

  • ISBN: 0316132268
  • Category: International
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Richard E Caves
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Little, Brown; 3rd edition (1981)
  • ePub book: 1611 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1185 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 886

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I found this book to be a very good learning tool, as the course reader for an introductory international economics course. I find that most textbooks are good as reference, not as learning tools, but this book is an exception. In a very concise manner, it builds theory upon theory of international trade, until the student has developed a strong set of analysis tools. The portion on international finance is good intro as well, even though it does not compare with more specialized texts.

We used the book mostly for open economy macro as opposed to trade theory . Chapter 16 & on. Like our professor told us, the book builds on concepts in a gradual fashion starting from the Marshall-Lerner condition right up to the Dornbusch Overshooting Model covering along the way, the basic Keynesian framework, Mundell-Fleming framework and, the policy assignment problem.

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Автор: Richard Caves Название: World Trade and Payments:An Introduction: International .

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1. Introduction I: COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE AND THE BASIC MODEL OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE. 2. The Gains from Trade 3. Applications of the Basic Model. Richard Scarry Illustrated Hardcover Children.

Caves, Richard E. World trade and payments : an introduction, Richard E. Caves, Jeffrey A. Frankel, Ronald W. Jones. 10th ed. p. cm. ISBN 0-321-22660-7 1. International trade. Balance of payments. The book covers a conventional full line of topics and with some additional mate- rial can serve as the basis for a full-year course at the undergraduate level or for sepa- rate semester (quarter) courses on the real and financial aspects of international trade. We have paid special attention, however, to the needs of one-semester courses.

Home . Details for: World trade and payments . Details for: World trade and payments : Normal view MARC view ISBD view. By: Caves, Richard E. Contributor(s): Frankel, Jeffrey A Jones, Ronald Winthrop, 1931-. Material type: BookSeries: The Addison-Wesley series in economics.

World Trade And Payments. Richard E. Caves And Jeffrey A. Frankel. Published by Pearson India. ISBN 10: 0321089049 ISBN 13: 9780321089045. Excellent Quality, Service and customer satisfaction guaranteed! We may ship the books from Asian regions for inventory purpose. The book covers a conventional full line of topics and with some additional mate-rial can serve as the basis for a full-year course at the undergraduate level or for sepa-rate semester (quarter) courses on the real and financial aspects of international trade.

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Dammy Dammy
The book pictured is not what was received. I received the international edition which is not what I need. Now have to find correct edition
Cordann Cordann
Book is perfect and exactly what I needed. Definitely would recommend.
Dilmal Dilmal
I found this book to be a very good learning tool, as the course reader for an introductory international economics course. I find that most textbooks are good as reference, not as learning tools, but this book is an exception. In a very concise manner, it builds theory upon theory of international trade, until the student has developed a strong set of analysis tools. The portion on international finance is good intro as well, even though it does not compare with more specialized texts. This text is sufficient to prepare the reader for any advanced trade issues, with the exception of more mathematically based arguments (which the book does not develop, given its focus on beginners).
Umrdana Umrdana
We used this book in a one semester graduate class for International Economics. We used the book mostly for open economy macro as opposed to trade theory i.e. Chapter 16 & on. Like our professor told us, the book builds on concepts in a gradual fashion starting from the Marshall-Lerner condition right up to the Dornbusch Overshooting Model covering along the way, the basic Keynesian framework, Mundell-Fleming framework and, the policy assignment problem. The concepts helped us trace the causes for UK's renouncement of the Exchange Rate Mechanism in 1992 (and also how George Soros made his billions!). Using the book in this integrated fashion (Theory + Case Study) makes it a valuable addition to one's library.