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International Economics, 7th Global Edition

by: Gerber, James

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Publisher: Pearson Education,30.07.17

Category: ECONOMICS Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1292214163
ISBN13: 9781292214160

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For courses in international economics.

Introduces international economics through accessible writing and real-life applications

A principles-­level introduction that's accessible to students of all majors, International Economics uses real-life applications to cover both the macro and micro components of international economics. The text illuminates economic institutions and policies, as well as recent developments in the global economy, without requiring the use of higher-­level math. In addition, the text has a flexible approach, which includes self-­contained chapters and comprehensive coverage, allowing instructors to adapt its concepts to a wide range of syllabi. The 7th Edition includes a number of enhancements, such as updated tables and graphs, new case studies, and revised discussion of relevant topics.


I. Introduction and Institutions
1. An Introduction to the World Economy
2. International Economic Institutions Since World War II
II. International Trade
3. Comparative Advantage and the Gains from Trade
4. Comparative Advantage and Factor Endowments
5. Beyond Comparative Advantage
6. The Theory of Tariffs and Quotas
7. Commercial Policy
8. International Trade and Labor and Environmental Standards
III. International Finance
9. Trade and the Balance of Payments
10. Exchange Rates and Exchange Rate Systems
11. An Introduction to Open Economy Macroeconomics
12. International Financial Crises
IV. Regional Issues in the Global Economy
13. The United States in the World Economy
14. The European Union: Many Markets into One
15. Trade and Policy Reform in Latin America
16. Export-Oriented Growth in East Asia
17. China and India in the World Economy