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by Sylvia Ostry

eBook The Post-Cold War Trading System: Who's on First? (Twentieth Century Fund Books/Reports) epub
  • ISBN: 0226637891
  • Author: Sylvia Ostry
  • Genre: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Politics & Government
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University Of Chicago Press (June 21, 1997)
  • Pages: 330 pages
  • ePUB size: 1737 kb
  • FB2 size 1665 kb
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Identifying the historical and legal issues key to postwar trade policy, Ostry has commandingly charted our economic course through the last half of this century and, perhaps, into the next.

The Post-Cold War Trading System: Who's on First? by Sylvia Ostry. Identifying the historical and legal issues key to postwar trade policy, Ostry has commandingly charted our economic course through the last half of this century and, perhaps, into the next. Sylvia Ostry knows this subject as few others do, both as a scholar of international trade issues and a major player in the ongoing negotiations that have created the rules of the trade game. The Post-Cold War Trading System is a fine summary of where we've been and where we ought to be going. -Peter Passell, economic scene columnist for The New York Times.

A Century Foundation Book (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997); Jagdish Bhagwati, Free Trade Today (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2002). 4. Bhagwati, Panagariya, and Srinivasan, op. cit. note 2; Mansfield and Pollins, op. note 2; Brown et a. op. note 2; Keohane and Nye, op. note 2. 5. Preamble to the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1947 agreement, at ; Gary P. Sampson, The WTO and Sustainable Development (Tokyo: United.

A Twentieth Century Fund book. Includes bibliographical references (pages 257-285) and index. Print version record. The seams of this book are too narrow to be scanned.

This text examines the role of key economic power brokers, particularly the USA, in the reconstruction and reconfiguration of an international economy after World War II. The author argues that the US policy efforts were so successsful that they led to an unprecendented renewal of economic growth, living standards and education levels in postwar Europe and Japan.

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In this book, a task force draw . In response to this debate, the Twentieth Century Fund assembled a task force drawn from the intelligence community, the military, government, and academia. The report includes three background papers: Intelligence in the Post-Cold War Era, by Allan E. Goodman, associate dean, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Intelligence since Cold War’s End, by Gregory F. Treverton, director, International Security and Defense Policy Center, the RAND Corporation; and American Intelligence and the World Economy, by Philip Zelikow, professor of public policy, John F. Kennedy School. of Government, Harvard University.

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With the end of the Cold War, the search for a new international and economic order has begun. In this comprehensive account, Sylvia Ostry provides a critical analysis of an international trade system in the throes of rapid and far-reaching change.With keen historical awareness, Ostry examines the role of key economic power brokers, particularly the United States, in the reconstruction and reconfiguration of an international economy after World War II. She argues that U.S. policy efforts were so successful that they led to an unprecedented renewal of economic growth, living standards, and education levels in postwar Europe and Japan. Ironically, those same policy successes unintentionally fostered the relative decline of U.S. dominance on the world trade scene as the reduction of trade and investment barriers prompted friction and conflict between different kinds of capitalist systems.Identifying the historical and legal issues key to postwar trade policy, Ostry has commandingly charted our economic course through the last half of this century and, perhaps, into the next."Sylvia Ostry knows this subject as few others do, both as a scholar of international trade issues and a major player in the ongoing negotiations that have created the rules of the trade game. The Post-Cold War Trading System is a fine summary of where we've been and where we ought to be going."—Peter Passell, economic scene columnist for The New York Times
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