This book makes available in a single volume the most important contributions to the theory of international trade in recent decades, and is the only graduate-level collection of major readings in the field. It includes five articles from Professor Bhagwati's widely-read "International Trade" (now out of print) and twenty-three articles previously scattered in journals. Many of these readings have already achieved the status of classics.Individual sections of the book focus on General Equilibrium; Trade-Pattern Theories; Tariffs and Quotas; Gains from Trade, Distortions, and Recent Extensions; Tariff Discrimination; Growth, Foreign Investment, and Bottlenecks. The distinguished contributors include Paul Samuelson, Harry Johnson, Murray Kemp, Ronald Jones, Ronald Findlay, and T. N. Srinivasan, among others.
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