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Table of contents
1. The International Economy and Globalization.
Part I: INTERNATIONAL TRADE RELATIONS.
2. Foundations of Modern Trade Theory: Comparative Advantage.
3. Sources of Comparative Advantage.
5. Nontariff Trade Barriers.
6. Trade Regulations and Industrial Policies.
7. Trade Policies for the Developing Nations.
8. Regional Trading Arrangements.
9. International Factor Movements and Multinational Enterprises.
Part II: INTERNATIONAL MONETARY RELATIONS.
10. The Balance-of-Payments.
11. Foreign Exchange.
12. Exchange Rate Determination.
13. Mechanisms of International Adjustment.
14. Exchange Rate Adjustments and the Balance-of-Payments.
15. Exchange Rate Systems and Currency Crises.
16. Macroeconomic Policy in an Open Economy.
17. Banking: Reserves, Debt, and Risk.
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