The Origins of International Economics

1st Edition

Robert W Dimand

Routledge
Published December 25, 2003
Reference - 4192 Pages
ISBN 9780415315555 - CAT# RU26563

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Summary

The Origins of International Economics is a ten-volume facsimile collection of key works in the emergence of international economics up to the mid-1960s.
The collection covers both international trade theory (the real or microeconomic side of international economics) and open-economy macroeconomics (balance of payments adjustment and the determination of exchange rates).
A new general introduction and short introductions to each volume by the editor provide context and examine themes of the pieces included. This is a major reference work for study in the subject of international economics.

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