Trade Liberalization and the Canadian Furniture Industry

Trade Liberalization and the Canadian Furniture Industry

Gerald I. Trant, David L. MacFarlane and Lewis A. Fischer, Trade Liberalization and Canadian Agriculture 5. W. E. Haviland, N. S. Takacsy, E. M. Cape, Trade Liberalization and the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry 6.

Author: David E. Bond

Publisher: Published for the Private Planning Association of Canada by University of Toronto Press

ISBN: UOM:39076005796110

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 57

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Published for the Private Planning Association of Canada as part of the Canada in the Atlantic Economy series, this book covers impact of trade liberalization on Canadian agriculture, prospects for trade liberalization in agriculture, as well as trade liberalization and the Canadian pulp and paper industry and trade liberalization and the Canadian furniture industry.
Categories: Business & Economics

Trade Liberalization Protectionism and Interdependence

Trade Liberalization  Protectionism  and Interdependence

In summary, the ultimate purpose of trade liberalization is not to maximize a country's exports, or even world trade, but rather to bring about a more productive use of resources. Nor is it possible to salvage the popular view by ...

Author: Richard Blackhurst

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105112961698

Category: Commercial policy

Page: 79

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Categories: Commercial policy

Trade Liberalization and the Multinationals

Trade Liberalization and the Multinationals

Journal of Eco- ion 7:35 1-74. lins from trade in the presence of ;t competition." In J. Whalley ee Trade. ... Vorld Business 19 (Summer):48-54. w of studies of sectoral impacts of I trade liberalization on Canada." Cahier 8641.

Author: D. G. McFetridge

Publisher: Economic Council of Canada

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040958204

Category: Canada

Page: 66

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This study investigates the extent, nature and determinants of changes in the location and organization of production by multinational enterprises in recent years. The emphasis is on the changes experienced by U.S. multinationals and their impacts on Canada. In addition, the study reviews published econometric evidence on the extent and nature of the locational and organizational responses of multinational firms to changes in global markets and in technology. New evidence derived from surveys of U.S. foreign direct investment published by the U.S. Department of Commerce is also presented.
Categories: Canada

Trade Liberalization and International Investment

Trade Liberalization and International Investment

Alan M. Rugman, Economic Council of Canada. Supplementary Question 18 indicates that fifty percent of Canadian firms do not ... Trade Effects of Trade Liberalization The response by the members of the billion dollar club to questions ...

Author: Alan M. Rugman

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040809985

Category: Business enterprises, Foreign

Page: 265

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"Multinational enterprises operating in Canada will be able to absorb most of the adjustment costs of a bilateral free trade agreement. This is the key finding of this research study, based on theoretical and empirical analysis, supplemented by a questionnaire to the 43 largest industrial multinationals with sales of over one billion dollars."--Abstract.
Categories: Business enterprises, Foreign

Macroeconomic Conditions and Trade Liberalization

Macroeconomic Conditions and Trade Liberalization

acrocconomic Conditions and Trade Liberalization I I'i I examines the effects of different macroeconomic con- ditions on opening up the economies of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. Chile's success in stabilizing and opening its ...

Author: Adolfo Canitrot

Publisher: Inter-Amer Development Bank

ISBN: UCSD:31822016706541

Category: América del Sur - Condiciones económicas

Page: 216

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Categories: América del Sur - Condiciones económicas

Trade Liberalization in the Western Hemisphere

Trade Liberalization in the Western Hemisphere

In the 1980s, however, many policy makers in developing countries recognized that restoring sustained and satisfactory growth would not be feasible without a change in trade strategies.” In many countries, trade regimes were liberalized ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822018930719

Category: Amérique latine - Relations économiques extérieures

Page: 502

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Categories: Amérique latine - Relations économiques extérieures

Endogenous Growth and Trade Liberalization Between Asymettric Countries

Endogenous Growth and Trade Liberalization Between Asymettric Countries

trade literature assumes that southern backward countries have the ability to imitate some of the goods initially invented in ... Under this basic assumption, the implications of trade liberalization between asymmetric countries will be ...

Author: Daniela Marconi

Publisher:

ISBN: IND:30000117512479

Category: Endogenous growth (Economics)

Page: 31

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Categories: Endogenous growth (Economics)

Trade Liberalization and Indian Dairy Industry

Trade Liberalization and Indian Dairy Industry

Commodities and Trade Division , Food and Agriculture Organiza tion of the United Nations , Rome . Food and Agriculture Organization ( 2001 ) ... Gulati , A . and T . Kelley ( 1999 ) , " Trade Liberalization and Indian Agriculture .

Author: Vijay Paul Sharma

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015052883058

Category: Dairy products industry

Page: 283

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Categories: Dairy products industry

Trade Liberalization Labor Markets and Imperfect Competition

Trade Liberalization  Labor Markets and Imperfect Competition

These imperfections complicate the story and in their presence, theoretical arguments can be constructed where the poor, assetless workers in developing countries can be hurt by trade liberalization. Rodrik (1997) and Slaughter (1997) ...

Author: Devashish Mitra

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822034974238

Category:

Page: 25

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California s Vested Interest in U S Trade Liberalization Initiatives

California s Vested Interest in U S  Trade Liberalization Initiatives

International trade is perhaps more important to California than to any other state in the nation . In 1998 , producers in the state shipped more than $ 105 billion worth of goods to foreign countries . After growing at almost 10 ...

Author: Jon D. Haveman

Publisher: Public Policy Inst of California

ISBN: STANFORD:36105112816595

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 83

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Categories: Business & Economics