5 edition of Discrimination in international trade: the policy issues, 1945-1965. found in the catalog.
Discrimination in international trade: the policy issues, 1945-1965.
Includes bibliographical footnotes.
|LC Classifications||HF1411 .P336|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 414 p.|
|Number of Pages||414|
|LC Control Number||66014314|
The World Conference On Human Rights Took Place In Vienna In And This Book Relates To This Conference Which Was Attended By Representatives From Countries. However, The Book Is More Than A Record Of A Single Conference. It Attempts To Set Out The Policy Issues In The Many Human Rights Debates Surrounding The Conference And What Emerged From That s: 1. Dr. Williams, economist, has written an excellent book about the ever-volatile subjects of race and employment discrimination. From the historic record he details the racial and socioeconomic exclusionary intentions and effects of minimum wage laws, /5.
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Public Policy and Employment Discrimination in the U.S. Richard B. Freeman. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in July NBER Program(s):Labor Studies This paper examines evidence on employment practices in the U.S. with respect to race and the Author: Richard B. Freeman. Patterson, Gardner Discrimination in International Trade; the Policy Issues: – Princeton Univ. Press. United Nations Conference ON Trade AND Employment, Geneva, Proceedings. Volume 1: Final Act and Report. New York: United Nations.
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Discrimination in International Trade: The Policy Issues, [Gardner Patterson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The years between the two World Wars—to go no further back in a long history—saw a great deal of discrimination in international trade and payments.¹ But the gospel according to many of those who were destined to play a major role in establishing the post-World War II commercial policy rules was that this was an evil thing and that the world’s economic efficiency and welfare suffered thereby.
After World War II, major economic policy issues arose within the free world because many nations chose to discriminate in their international trade and payments, hoping to further their national objectives. Professor Patterson analyzes what each of these nations hoped to gain.
DISCRIMINATION IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE necessary to protect the value of the tariff concessions which had just been negotiated inand which then constituted the General Agreement. As it turned out, the General Agreement was not absorbed into the ITO as had been planned; during the Cited by: The Setting --Discrimination for Balance of Payments Reasons --Discrimination As a Stepping-Stone to Non-Discrimination: Temporary Regional Arrangements --Discrimination and Permanent Regional Organizations, 1 --Discrimination and Permanent Regional Organizations, 2 --Discrimination as a Tool for Protection --Discrimination.
The Setting --Discrimination for Balance of Payments Reasons --Discrimination As a Stepping-Stone to Non-Discrimination: Temporary Regional Arrangements --Discrimination and Permanent Regional Organizations, 1 --Discrimination and Permanent Regional Organizations, 2 --Discrimination as a Tool for Protection --Discrimination to Facilitate Economic Development.
Discrimination In International Trade, The Policy Issues, By Gardner Patterson. Princeton, N. J.: Princeton University Press, Pp.
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() International Trade Policy Issues. In: Regulation and Economic Analysis. Topics in Regulatory Economics and Policy Author: Richard L. Gordon. nations voting against it refer to the following: Gardner Patterson, Discrimination in International Trade the Policy Issues,Princeton University press, See especially Chapter 6: “Discrimination as a Tool for Protection”, pp.
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After World War II, major economic policy issues arose within the free world because many nations chose to discriminate in their international trade and payments, hoping to further their national objectives. See Patterson, Gardner, Discrimination in International Trade: The Policy Issues, – (Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, ), pp.
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The author’s thesis, on which the book is based, was awarded the Wolfgang Gassner Science Prize and received an Honourable Mention for the Mitchell B. Carroll Prize of the International Fiscal Association. The WTO legality of the EU's GSP plus arrangement Article PDF Available.
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