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The Resource The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy, Victor A. Canto

The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy, Victor A. Canto

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The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy
Title
The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy
Statement of responsibility
Victor A. Canto
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
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Canto, Victor A
Dewey number
382.7/0973
Index
index present
LC call number
KF6659
LC item number
.C28 1985
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Tariff
  • Foreign trade regulation
  • United States
  • Tarif douanier
  • Commerce extérieur
Label
The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy, Victor A. Canto
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Praeger special studies/Praeger scientific
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 195-200
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Historical Survey of U.S. Trade Policies -- The Trade Agreements Act of 1934 -- The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade The Trade Expansion Act of 1962 -- The Kennedy Round -- New Forms of Trade Restraints -- "Voluntary" Restraints -- The Trade Bill of 1970 -- The Burke-Hartke Bill -- The Demise of Bretton Woods -- The Trade Act of 1974 -- The Tokyo Round -- Recent Developments -- The November 1982 GATT Meeting -- The Williamsburg Summit -- The Near-Term Outlook for Trade Restrictions -- Developed Countries' Reaction to U.S. Trade Policies -- The Nature of U.S. Trade Policy -- U.S. Trade Policy during the 1960s -- U.S. Trade Policy in the 1970s -- The U.S.-EEC Trade Policy -- The EEC Trade Policies during the 1960s -- The U.S. Response to the EEC Trade Policies -- The EEC Response to U.S. Trade Policy -- The Reciprocal Trade Act -- U.S.-Japan Trade Policy -- The Nature of Japan Trade Policy -- U.S.-Japan Trade Policy in the 1970s -- Sectoral Benefits and Costs of U.S. Trade Restrictions -- Analytical Foundation -- The Analysis -- A World with Perfect Factor Mobility and Nonsubstitutable Goods -- A World with Factor Mobility Only within National Boundaries -- A World in Which the Capital of Each Industry Is in Place (i.e., Immobile Across Industries and/or Countries) -- Solution to the Worldwide Equilibrium -- Prices and Output Levels Absent Trade Restrictions -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Individual Country's Consumption, Production, and Patterns of Trade -- Solution to the Effects of an Embargo on the Worldwide Equilibrium Prices, Output, and Patterns of Trade -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Individual Country's Consumption, Production, and Patterns of Trade -- East's Embargo on One Commodity without the Third Country Cooperation -- East's Embargo with Cooperation by the Rest of the World -- Solution to the Effects of an Embargo on the Worldwide Equilibrium Prices, Output, and Patterns of Trade-When the Industry's Capital Is in Place -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Embargo with Cooperation -- The Sectoral Impact of Trade Policies: The Net Benefits and Costs to the Various Sectors of the U.S. Economy -- Temporary Import Restraints on Color Televisions -- Effects of the Color TV Orderly Marketing Agreement -- Voluntary Restraint Agreements and the Steel Industry -- Effects of the VRAs on the Steel Industry -- A New Form of Protection: Trigger Prices -- Effects of the Trigger Pricing Mechanism -- The Steel Industry's Claim for Protection -- The Trade Action Experience of 1982 -- Seeking a Global Solution -- The Automobile Industry -- Market Composition: Small vs. Large Cars -- Market Composition: Foreign vs. Domestic Cars -- The Importance of the Voluntary Restraint Agreements -- The Threat of Local Content Laws -- The U.S. Export Embargo on Superphosphoric Acid -- Effects of the SPA Embargo -- Patterns of Trade: Alternative Sources -- Impact on U.S. Producers -- Empirical Determinants of Trade Restrictions -- Empirical Methodology -- Microevents: Sample Selection -- Macroevents: Sample Selection -- The Determinants of Industry-Specific Trade Policies: -- The Microevents -- Empirical Determinants of Across-the-Board Trade Restrictions: The Macroevents -- The Stock Market, Employment, and Protectionism -- Stock Market and Protectionism: A Casual Look -- A Framework to Measure the Impact of Trade Policy -- The Mean Value Model Test -- The Effect of Trade Policies on Industrial Stock Indices -- The Macroevents and the Stock Market -- The Microevents and the Industry Stock Index -- The Effect of Trade Policies on Employment Macroevents and Employment -- Microevents and the Industrial Employment -- The Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- Alternative Approaches to Model the Trade Balance -- The Elasticity Approach -- The Monetary Approach -- The Absorption Approach -- A Trade Balance Model -- The Supply of Factor Services to the Market Sector -- The Aggregate Demand for Goods and Services -- Country-Specific Equilibrium: The Trade Balance -- The Effect of Fiscal Policy on the Relationship between the Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- The Trade Balance and Economic Activity: The Evidence -- Granger Tests on the Relationship between Effective Tariff Rate, the Trade Balance, Imports, and Exports -- Granger Tests on the Causal Relationship between Money Supply Growth and the Trade Balance -- The Causal Relationship between Government Purchases of Goods and Services and the Trade Balance -- The Effects of Fiscal Policy on the Relationship between the Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- U.S. Trade Policy: An Interpretation -- The Nature of Protectionist Policies -- The Case for Protection through Tariffs -- The Case for Protection through Quotas -- The Determinants of Across-the-Board Restrictions: The Macroevents -- The Determinants of Industry-Specific Trade Policies: The Microevents -- Effects of Industry-Specific Trade Restrictions "Rent-Seeking" Behavior by U.S. Trade Partners -- The Outlook for Trade Policy
Control code
12160489
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 203 pages
Isbn
9780030049644
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
85012211
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)12160489
Label
The determinants and consequences of trade restrictions in the U.S. economy, Victor A. Canto
Publication
Note
  • Praeger special studies/Praeger scientific
  • Includes index
Bibliography note
Bibliography: pages 195-200
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Historical Survey of U.S. Trade Policies -- The Trade Agreements Act of 1934 -- The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade The Trade Expansion Act of 1962 -- The Kennedy Round -- New Forms of Trade Restraints -- "Voluntary" Restraints -- The Trade Bill of 1970 -- The Burke-Hartke Bill -- The Demise of Bretton Woods -- The Trade Act of 1974 -- The Tokyo Round -- Recent Developments -- The November 1982 GATT Meeting -- The Williamsburg Summit -- The Near-Term Outlook for Trade Restrictions -- Developed Countries' Reaction to U.S. Trade Policies -- The Nature of U.S. Trade Policy -- U.S. Trade Policy during the 1960s -- U.S. Trade Policy in the 1970s -- The U.S.-EEC Trade Policy -- The EEC Trade Policies during the 1960s -- The U.S. Response to the EEC Trade Policies -- The EEC Response to U.S. Trade Policy -- The Reciprocal Trade Act -- U.S.-Japan Trade Policy -- The Nature of Japan Trade Policy -- U.S.-Japan Trade Policy in the 1970s -- Sectoral Benefits and Costs of U.S. Trade Restrictions -- Analytical Foundation -- The Analysis -- A World with Perfect Factor Mobility and Nonsubstitutable Goods -- A World with Factor Mobility Only within National Boundaries -- A World in Which the Capital of Each Industry Is in Place (i.e., Immobile Across Industries and/or Countries) -- Solution to the Worldwide Equilibrium -- Prices and Output Levels Absent Trade Restrictions -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Individual Country's Consumption, Production, and Patterns of Trade -- Solution to the Effects of an Embargo on the Worldwide Equilibrium Prices, Output, and Patterns of Trade -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Individual Country's Consumption, Production, and Patterns of Trade -- East's Embargo on One Commodity without the Third Country Cooperation -- East's Embargo with Cooperation by the Rest of the World -- Solution to the Effects of an Embargo on the Worldwide Equilibrium Prices, Output, and Patterns of Trade-When the Industry's Capital Is in Place -- Worldwide Equilibrium -- Embargo with Cooperation -- The Sectoral Impact of Trade Policies: The Net Benefits and Costs to the Various Sectors of the U.S. Economy -- Temporary Import Restraints on Color Televisions -- Effects of the Color TV Orderly Marketing Agreement -- Voluntary Restraint Agreements and the Steel Industry -- Effects of the VRAs on the Steel Industry -- A New Form of Protection: Trigger Prices -- Effects of the Trigger Pricing Mechanism -- The Steel Industry's Claim for Protection -- The Trade Action Experience of 1982 -- Seeking a Global Solution -- The Automobile Industry -- Market Composition: Small vs. Large Cars -- Market Composition: Foreign vs. Domestic Cars -- The Importance of the Voluntary Restraint Agreements -- The Threat of Local Content Laws -- The U.S. Export Embargo on Superphosphoric Acid -- Effects of the SPA Embargo -- Patterns of Trade: Alternative Sources -- Impact on U.S. Producers -- Empirical Determinants of Trade Restrictions -- Empirical Methodology -- Microevents: Sample Selection -- Macroevents: Sample Selection -- The Determinants of Industry-Specific Trade Policies: -- The Microevents -- Empirical Determinants of Across-the-Board Trade Restrictions: The Macroevents -- The Stock Market, Employment, and Protectionism -- Stock Market and Protectionism: A Casual Look -- A Framework to Measure the Impact of Trade Policy -- The Mean Value Model Test -- The Effect of Trade Policies on Industrial Stock Indices -- The Macroevents and the Stock Market -- The Microevents and the Industry Stock Index -- The Effect of Trade Policies on Employment Macroevents and Employment -- Microevents and the Industrial Employment -- The Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- Alternative Approaches to Model the Trade Balance -- The Elasticity Approach -- The Monetary Approach -- The Absorption Approach -- A Trade Balance Model -- The Supply of Factor Services to the Market Sector -- The Aggregate Demand for Goods and Services -- Country-Specific Equilibrium: The Trade Balance -- The Effect of Fiscal Policy on the Relationship between the Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- The Trade Balance and Economic Activity: The Evidence -- Granger Tests on the Relationship between Effective Tariff Rate, the Trade Balance, Imports, and Exports -- Granger Tests on the Causal Relationship between Money Supply Growth and the Trade Balance -- The Causal Relationship between Government Purchases of Goods and Services and the Trade Balance -- The Effects of Fiscal Policy on the Relationship between the Trade Balance and Economic Activity -- U.S. Trade Policy: An Interpretation -- The Nature of Protectionist Policies -- The Case for Protection through Tariffs -- The Case for Protection through Quotas -- The Determinants of Across-the-Board Restrictions: The Macroevents -- The Determinants of Industry-Specific Trade Policies: The Microevents -- Effects of Industry-Specific Trade Restrictions "Rent-Seeking" Behavior by U.S. Trade Partners -- The Outlook for Trade Policy
Control code
12160489
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xv, 203 pages
Isbn
9780030049644
Isbn Type
(alk. paper)
Lccn
85012211
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)12160489

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