By Alan Verne Deardorff, Robert Mitchell Stern
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What does all of this have to do with trade policy? Here, alas, we are on our own, since Dixit's book does not address the questions that we would most like his approach to answer for our purpose here. The closest he comes to applying his transaction-cost approach to trade policy is a thoughtful discussion of the international trading system in the second half of the twentieth century, from the GATT to the WTO. He uses transaction costs, for example, to explain the presence of exceptions in the GATT and WTO rules on tariff bindings.
And yet, without understanding the motives and means of the interest groups affected, we cannot hope to design those institutions to foster positive outcomes. 9. How does the public form its views on trade issues? This may be at the heart of many of the issues raised above, since it often seems that it is public misunderstanding of the effects of trade and trade policy that encourages what economists almost uniformly view as mistakes in policy. Why is it so hard to educate the public to the realities of international economics?
Trade policy experiences, and we observe that there has been a distinctive movement towards more liberal and open trade in the United States and elsewhere. S. Trade Policies and policy in light of our observation about the ways in which trade liberalization and increased openness have evolved. II. Issues of Policy Design and Choice Economic theories have traditionally been divided into two categories, positive and normative, the former attempting to describe what is, the latter what ought to be.
Constituent Interests and U.S. Trade Policies (Studies in International Economics) by Alan Verne Deardorff, Robert Mitchell Stern