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Descripción Commonwealth, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condición: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Fundamentals of international economics. 2. Principles of World Trading System. 3. Classical theory of international trade. 4. Mundell fleming model of international macroeconomics. 5. Theory of comparative advantage. 6. Trade impediments and factor movements. 7. International disequilibrium system. 8. Demand side of international market. 9. Optimum currency areas. 10. International monetary dynamics. 11. Global tax competition. 12. Economic effects of migration. 13. Transport costs in international trade. 14. National income and product accounts. 15. International economic integration. 16. Effects of patents in internationals trade. 17. ICTs and economic development. Bibliography. Index. International Economics is the study of economic interactions among countries including trade investment financial transactions and movement of people and the policies and institutions that influence them. More and more businesses governments and consumers realise that their lives are increasingly affected not just by what goes on in their own town state or country but by what is happening around the world. Consumers can buy goods from all over the world in their local shops. Local businesses must compete with these foreign goods. However these same businesses also have new opportunities to expand their markets by selling in a multitude of other countries. This book provides an up to date introduction to international economics. It examines all major international economic problems and how they can be resolved. Although the primary audience for the book will be students in upper level economics courses it can effectively reach a broad diversified group of audience including those in political science international studies history and business who may have fewer economics courses in their background. 314 pp. Nº de ref. del artículo: 66219