Automatic Fiscal Policies to Combat Recessions by Laurence S. Seidman (Hardcover - Mar 2003). M.E. Sharpe (March 2003). Information
and Service Trade Liberalization (World Bank Trade and
Development Series) by Aaditya
Mattoo and Pierre Sauve (Paperback - Oct
16, 2003). A World Bank Publication (October 16, 2003).
This book addresses two key questions: What
impact can international trade rules on services have on the design and pursuit of
domestic regulatory decisions? How can such negotiations be harnessed to promote and
consolidate domestic policy reform? This timely volume offers contributions from many of
the world's leading experts on trade on services. Information
Statistics And Computational Approaches in Food And Health Sciences by Al Bhargava (Hardcover - Dec 30, 2006). World Scientific
Publishing Company; 1 edition (December 30, 2006).
Quantitative analysis is important to
establish causal links between policy changes and the resulting nutrition and health
effects. In this book, Alok Bhargava presents a very rich selection of such quantitative
analyses, drawing on both econometrics and applied health sciences. Information
Health Economics and
Policy with Economic Applications by James W. Henderson (Hardcover - Mar 8, 2004). South-Western College
Pub; 3 edition (March 8, 2004).
Health Economics and Policy is a basic
introduction to the microeconomics of health, health care, and health policy. Information
Rights, Labor Rights, and International Trade (Pennsylvania
Studies in Human Rights) by
Lance A. Compa and Stephen F. Diamond (Paperback
- Aug 30, 2003). University of Pennsylvania Press (August 30, 2003).
Assesses the status of workers in the global economy
and avenues open to labor rights claims based on international standards. Information
International Competition Policy: Maintaining Open
Markets in the Global Economy by Michael A. Utton (Paperback -
April 2008). Edward Elgar Pub (April 2008).
The opening up of world
markets, rapid growth of trade and foreign direct investment create manifold problems for
competition policy. Thus, international mergers may have adverse effects on many
countries, international cartels may carve up world markets and dominant firms may seek to
maintain their global position by exclusionary conduct. These problems have been
recognized for more than half a century and some attempts have been made internationally
to address them, so far with limited success. Information
Trademark Treaties with Commentary by Ellen P. Winner and Aaron W. Denberg (Hardcover - Jun 27, 2005). Oxford University Press,
USA (June 27, 2005).
An overview of international trademark
treaties places them in context within the global community's ongoing efforts to harmonize
the world's standards for protecting trademarks. The current membership list for all
treaties, allowing the practitioner to find treaties relevant to specific situations in
particular jurisdictions. Information
Market Dominance and
Antitrust Policy by M. A. Utton (Hardcover -
Mar 2003). Edward Elgar Publishing; 2 Revised edition (March 2003).
Market dominance - encompassing single firm
dominance, overt and tacit collusion, mergers and vertical restraints - raises many
complex analytical and policy issues, all of which continue to be the subject of
theoretical research and policy reform. This second edition of a popular and comprehensive
text extends the arguments and combines an analysis of the issues with a discussion of
actual policy and case studies. Information
Reassessing US Trade
Policy: Priorities and Policy Recommendations for the Next Decade by Jeffrey J. Schott
(Paperback - Jan 2009). Peterson Institute; 1 New edition (January 2009). Information
Assessment: Towards Better Regulation? (The Crc Series on Competition, Regulation and
Development) by Colin Kirkpatrick
and David Parker (Paperback - Nov 30, 2008). Edward Elgar Pub
(November 30, 2008).
Comprehensive in its approach, this book contributes to
the literature on evidence-based decision making as part of the new public management. By
rigorously examining the principles of better regulation and focusing on the problem of
applicability and adoption of RIA practices around the world, it will greatly aid
understanding of regulatory policy design and implementation.Information
The Economics of
Industrial Organization by
William G. Shepherd and Joanna Mehlhop Shepherd (Paperback
- Aug 2003). Waveland Press; 5 edition (August 2003).
The study of industrial organization extends
to the core of these most important questions of economics. Throughout the field's
history, various clashing schools of thought have attempted to sort through these complex
issues, examining both abstract theory and real-life cases. Information
The Problems and
Promise of Commercial Society: Adam Smith's Response to Rousseau by Dennis Carl
Rasmussen (Hardcover - Jun 1, 2008). Pennsylvania
State University Press (June 1, 2008).
Adam Smith is popularly regarded as the
ideological forefather of laissez-faire capitalism, while Rousseau is seen as the
passionate advocate of the life of virtue in small, harmonious communities and as a sharp
critic of the ills of commercial society. But, in fact, Smith had many of the same worries
about commercial society that Rousseau did and was strongly influenced by his critique. Information
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