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Beyond Borders: The New Regionalism in Latin America
Regional integration initiatives have long been part of the world economic landscape. In Latin America, integration flourished in the early post-war era but then lost momentum until the 1990s, whenExpand
Modeling Agglomeration and Dispersion in City and Country
The "new economic geography" is a recent body of litera- ture that seeks to explain how resources and production come to be concentrated spatially for reasons other than the standard "geo- graphic"Expand
SELF-COMMAND IN ADAM SMITH'S THEORY OF MORAL SENTIMENTS
Building on an analysis of Adam Smith's enumeration of five classes of passions, we show that self-command in his Theory of Moral Sentiments (TMS) can be modeled as a game whose structure isExpand
RECIPROCITY AND HENRY C. CAREY’S TRAVERSES ON “THE ROAD TO PERFECT FREEDOM OF TRADE”
  • S. Meardon
  • Economics
  • Journal of the History of Economic Thought
  • 14 February 2010
Free trade and protectionist doctrines have long had ambiguous relationships to bilateral trade deals, known throughout the nineteenth century as “reciprocity” arrangements. Henry C. Carey, “the AjaxExpand
The Elements Of Fiber Optics
TLDR
Covers all elements of the subject from the physics of light to installation of cables, and takes a practical approach, introducing the mathematics as needed. Expand
How TRIPs Got Legs: Copyright, Trade Policy, and the Role of Government in Nineteenth-Century American Economic Thought
The cause of free trade was advanced successfully in Britain to achieve the repeal of the Corn Laws in 1846, the removal of other tariffs in Gladstone’s budget of 1853, and the CobdenChevalier treatyExpand
“A Reciprocity of Advantages”: Carey, Hamilton, and the American Protective Doctrine
The roots of Mathew Carey’s protectionist ideas, and their connection with those of the most famous early proponent of protection for domestic manufactures, Alexander Hamilton, are subjects ofExpand
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