International Trade Agreements and Political Economy
This book presents a comprehensive view of recent developments in the theory of international trade agreements and political economy, by focusing on research by Raymond Riezman. This pioneering work introduced terms of trade effects and strategic behavior to the theory of international trade agreements. This is complemented by a careful analysis of how politics affects international trade agreements. <p> The book brings together work which focuses on the question of why international trade agreements occur and what forms they take. <p> Readership: Graduates and researchers in international economics; professionals and policy makers involved in decisions related to international trade; general public interested in political economy.