6 edition of Trade Policy, Industrialization, and Development found in the catalog.
February 20, 1992
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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Trade Policy, Industrialization, and Development: New Perspectives. Edited by Gerald K. Helleiner. in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press. Abstract: This book investigates the ways in which the characteristics of a developing country's domestic industrial sector - for example, oligopolistic markets, the position of foreign enterprises, and the acquisition of modern technologies - affect Cited by: This chapter explores these tools of inward-looking development in the policy of import substitution industrialization(ISI). It treats the role of the state as a devel-opmental actor and introduces the exchange rate and trade tools used to promote industrialization. It concludes by evaluating the performance of import substitutionFile Size: 1MB.
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This book examines the role of trade policy in industrialization. In particular, it investigates the ways in which the characteristics of a developing country's domestic industrial sector--for example, oligopolistic markets, the position of foreign enterprises, or the acquisition of modern technologies--affects its chances of industrializing far enough to engage in substantial export trade.
This book investigates the ways in which the characteristics of a developing country's domestic industrial sector — for example, oligopolistic markets, the position of foreign enterprises, and the acquisition of modern technologies — affect its chances of industrializing far enough to engage in substantial export trade.
Particular attention is devoted to the real-world imperfections. Trade Policy, Industrialization, and Development: New Perspectives (WIDER Studies in Development Economics) [Helleiner, Gerald K.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Trade Policy, Industrialization, and Development: New Perspectives (WIDER Studies in Development Economics). 13 rows In Economic Policy and Development: New Perspectives. Edited by T. Shishido and R Sato. The role of foreign trade in industrialization is an important issue for several reasons.
First, although the relationship between trade policy and indus-trial development has concerned policymakers and economists for a long time, empirical studies over the past thirty years now make it possible for use-ful lessons to be drawn concerning the File Size: KB. Trade Policy Trade Policy and Industrialization in Turbulent Times: Read Books Reviews - This volume reviews the experiences of fourteen Latin American, Asian and African countries with trade policy and industrialization in the s and s.
Examining how trade policy has been used to promote economic growth in developing countries, the essays employ current theory and empirical methodology to re-examine old controversies. The contributors find that trade policy did not play a. Get this from a library.
Trade policy, industrialization, and development: new perspectives. [Gerald K Helleiner; World Institute for Development Economics Research.;] -- "For the greater part of the post-war period developing countries have striven to industrialize and diversify their economies as the surest way to accelerating their economic growth.
Book Description. The relationship between trade policy and industrialization has provoked much controversy. Can trade policy promote economic growth in developing countries. Those actively working in the area are becoming increasingly sceptical about the conventional advice given by international policy advisors and organizations.
Explaining technical concepts in understandable terms, the book discusses the capacity and limits of the developmental state in industrialization and in general in economic development, demonstrating how picking-the-winner type focused industrial policy has worked in different countries.
Trade and Industrial Policy for Development: /ch This chapter looks at policies for industrialization in developing countries, considering changes that have taken place since the Second World War, includingCited by: 2.
Trade policy in less-developed countries is concerned with two objectives: promoting industrialization and coping with the uneven development of the domestic economy.
Government policy to promote industrialization has often been justified by the infant industry argument. Many less-developed countries have pursued policiesFile Size: KB. The relationship between trade policy and industrialization has provoked much controversy.
Can trade policy promote economic growth in developing countries. Those actively working in the area are becoming increasingly sceptical about the conventional advice given by international policy advisors and by: Import substitution industrialization (ISI) is a trade and economic policy which advocates replacing foreign imports with domestic production.
ISI is based on the premise that a country should attempt to reduce its foreign dependency through the local production of industrialized products. The term primarily refers to 20th-century development economics policies, although it has been advocated. Trade Policy and Industrialization Authors/Editors: World Bank World Development Report Published: June Pages: 78 - Get this from a library.
Trade, trade policy, and industrialization reconsidered. [Gerald K Helleiner; World Institute for Development Economics Research.]. 14 I. Little, “Trade and Industrialization Revisited,” Pakistan Development Rev no. 4 (): Download the Economic Development Bulletin edb_pdf. Trade and Industrial Development in Africa: Rethinking Strategy and Policy.
Trade and Industrial Development in Africa: Rethinking Strategy and Policy. Theresa Moyo. Dakar, CODESRIA,p., ISBN: Number of visits: The book is a product of the Guy Mhone conference on ‘Rethinking Trade and Development in Africa’. This book analyses the multidimensional condition of the Romanian industrial landscape, which played host to a multitude of demo-economic, financial, trade, and trans- and inter-sectoral development practices before the intense period of European deindustrialisation.
Trade policy is critical to the industrialization effort. It has become the fashion to view low tariffs as a ‘best practice’. It is a best practice for countries that are already industrialized – they have competitive industrial sectors – because it gives their consumers wider and lower-cost choices but it.
Sustainable Industrialization in Africa explores the issues that confront development policy in the context of the MDGs and the post development agenda from an African perspective. The book argues that development is an ultimate outcome of sustainable, equitable industrialization, and that any.Trade Policy and Industrialization in Turbulent Times book.
Edited By Gerry Helleiner. Edition 1st Edition. Pages pages. eBook ISBN Subjects Development Studies, Economics, Finance, Business & Industry. Back to book. chapter 4. 36 Pages. THE CHILEAN TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND EXPORT EXPANSION PROCESS –Cited by: 6.Industrialization is most normally associated with the European Industrial Revolution of the late eighteenth and early 19th centuries.
The oncoming of the 2nd World War besides led to a great trade of industrialisation which resulted in the growing and development of big .