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International Economics by Robert A. Mundell

Small book cover: International Economics

International Economics
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Publisher: MacMillan

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Topics covered: terms of trade, income transfers, productivity changes, tariffs, consumption taxes, production taxes, transport costs, tariff preferences, factor mobility, policy analysis in the context of general equilibrium systems, the balance of payments, growth, the distribution of the burden of adjustment, optimum currency areas, monetary standards, and fixed and flexible exchange rate systems.

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