The Political Economy of Protection
Theory and the Chilean ExperienceBook - 2005
The Political Economy of Protection explains why countries, especially developing countries, change their trade policies over the course of history. It does so through an interdisciplinary approach, which borrows analyses from both political science and economics. While the central focus of this book is to explain historical changes in trade policy in one country, Chile, it is broadly relevant for students, scholars, and trade specialists interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the politics and economics of international trade. Given the intensifying public debates about the benefits of globalization, the author provides a uniquely rigorous yet interdisciplinary analysis of the forces that shape trade policy decisions, not just in Chile, but throughout the world.
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, 2005
Branch Call Number: HF1956 .L43 2005
Characteristics: p. ; cm