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  • Trade Liberalization and Trade Preferences (Revised Edition)by Michael Michaely

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2009; US$ 149.00

    Trade liberalization is arguably a major issue in the conduct of commercial policy. As a component of it, the relationship between universal, multilateral trade liberalization and the conclusion of preferential trade agreements — that is, a process of liberalization which discriminates between trading partners — has been a focus of analysis... more...

  • How Much Globalization Can We Bearby Rü Safranski; diger; Patrick Camiller

    Wiley 2014; US$ 19.95

    According to current deabtes, ?individualization? has frequently been proposed as the conceptual counterpart to ?globalization?. It has often seemed that nothing would be left once these processes have fully unfolded, other than individual human atoms dispersed on a globe without any political, economic or cultural structures. Regardless of whether... more...

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