International Trade: Theory and Evidence
by James Markusen et al.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin 1994
Number of pages: 448
A comprehensive, balanced text, "International Trade: Theory and Evidence" is the perfect book for International Trade courses at the undergraduate level. It is appropriate either as part of a two-term International sequence (trade and finance) or in advanced courses in Trade that follow a one-term International Economics course. It can also be used as a background text for beginning graduate courses. Intermediate Microeconomics is an assumed pre-requisite for students using this text.
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