Studies in International Economics

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1. Cover image for 'Much Ado about Culture'
North American Trade Disputes
Keith Acheson and Christopher Maule
Examines trade disputes between Canada and the United States over the cultural industries and proposes a way to resolve such conflicts
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2001 $39.95 Available Add Paper for "Much Ado about Culture" to Cart
Ebook 2009 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Much Ado about Culture"
1. Cover image for 'Much Ado about Culture'
North American Trade Disputes
Keith Acheson and Christopher Maule
Examines trade disputes between Canada and the United States over the cultural industries and proposes a way to resolve such conflicts
Format Publication year Price Status Purchasing option
Paper 2001 $39.95 Available Add Paper for "Much Ado about Culture" to Cart
Ebook 2009 Available View Purchasing Options for Ebook, "Much Ado about Culture"
Currently limited to: subject cultural_studies Cultural Studies x

Studies in International Economics includes works dealing with the theory, empirical analysis, and evaluation of international economic policies and institutions, in the area of international macroeconomics and finance, international trade theory and policy, as well as international legal and political economy.

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Studies in International Economics

Studies in International Economics includes works dealing with the theory, empirical analysis, and evaluation of international economic policies and institutions, in the area of international macroeconomics and finance, international trade theory and policy, as well as international legal and political economy.


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Robert M. Stern, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Alan Deardorff, John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics, and Professor of Public Policy, University of Michigan

Kathryn Dominguez, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Michigan

Barry Eichengreen, Professor, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley

John H. Jackson, University Professor, Law Center, Georgetown University

Robert Pahre, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and School of Public Policy

Gary Saxonhouse, Professor of Economics, University of Michigan

Linda Tesar, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Michigan

Robert W. Staiger, Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Series Editor

Robert M. Stern, Professor of Economics and Public Policy, University of Michigan

Editorial Board
Alan Deardorff, John W. Sweetland Professor of International Economics, and Professor of Public Policy, University of Michigan

Kathryn Dominguez, Associate Professor, School of Public Policy, University of Michigan

Barry Eichengreen, Professor, Department of Economics, University of California, Berkeley

John H. Jackson, University Professor, Law Center, Georgetown University

Robert Pahre, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and School of Public Policy

Gary Saxonhouse, Professor of Economics, University of Michigan

Linda Tesar, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Michigan

Robert W. Staiger, Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison


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