4 edition of A general equilibrium analysis of the welfare and employment effects of US quotas in textiles, autos, and steel found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.Spine title: CGE analysis of quotas.February 1989.
|Statement||Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics|
|Publishers||Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Economics|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|2||Bureau of Economics staff report.|
|3||Bureau of Economics staff report to the Federal Trade Commission|
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Thus the rest-of-world loses more than the tariff-levying country gains — Any institutional or policy arrangement that interferes with trade, other than tariffs — Term NTB is also used more broadly to include policies that artificially expand trade• Voluntary Export Restraints in U. tariffs are much higher against developing countries than against developed countries. This article considers the potential effects of a bilateral free trade agreement in textiles and apparel with Colombia on the United States.
Quotas in Textiles, Autos, and Steel Washington, D. Following the introduction, the paper is organized as follows. Review of Development Economics, 2000, 4, 11-20 3 See also 2015 1996 1999• To get their political support• Chapter 10 in Modeling Developing Countries' Policies in General Equilibrium, 2015, pp 217-242 See also in Journal of Development Economics 1982• Yet America today is on the brink of reviving protectionist policies that have failed in the past. steel industry did manage to make a tremendous comeback.
and Japanese steel companies taught U. Strategy Toward Trade With Japan That Will Work," Heritage Foundation Backgrounder No. For all this, the Big Three auto makers have the free market to thank, not the meddling hand of the federal government.
The welfare loss from the QRs is estimated at approximately U. Local content does not place a strict limit on imports. Chapter 9 in Developing Countries in the World Economy, 2015, pp 219-236 See also in International Journal of Industrial Organization 1986• They contend that in the long run, America is being de-industrialized. Chapter 6 in Developing Countries in the World Economy, 2015, pp 137-165 See also 1990• " ," 0409002, University Library of Munich, Germany.
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Working Papers, FERDI Also in 2017 1 2017• Profits for American textile mills have increased steadily in recent years.
This implies that the cost to the U.