Thames Essays on Contemporary International Economic Issues

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1. Cover image for 'Farm Policy and Trade Conflict'
The Uruguay Round and CAP Reform
Alan Swinbank and Carolyn Tanner
Provides a context for understanding the agricultural aspects of the GATT, the CAP, and EC-U.S. relations
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 1997 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "Farm Policy and Trade Conflict" to Cart
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The European Dimension
Robert Pearce and Marina Papanastassiou
Explores the development of Japanese multinational R & D laboratories
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Hardcover 1996 $85.00 Available Add Hardcover for "The Technological Competitiveness of Japanese Multinationals" to Cart

Published under the aegis of the Trade Policy Research Centre, London

Books in this series focus on key topics affecting the international economy, including trade, the activities of multinational enterprises, and international macroeconomics. They are written by leading academics and practitioners in international economics and addressed to the business and policy-making communities as well as the academic market. Each essay covers an issue of topical concern.

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Thames Essays on Contemporary International Economic Issues

Published under the aegis of the Trade Policy Research Centre, London

Books in this series focus on key topics affecting the international economy, including trade, the activities of multinational enterprises, and international macroeconomics. They are written by leading academics and practitioners in international economics and addressed to the business and policy-making communities as well as the academic market. Each essay covers an issue of topical concern.


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