Economic Effects Of Antidumping

Economic Effects Of Antidumping

Thomas J Prusa

Format: Print Book

ISBN: 9789811225246

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Economic Effects of Antidumping is an invaluable book that reviews many of the key developments in the economic analysis of antidumping law over the past 25 years. Thomas Prusa was one of the earliest economists to examine the economics of antidumping and its consequences, and this volume contains many of his contributions to the field.This book provides a broad overview of the author's works, which include many significant findings, including the propensity and effects of settled cases, trade diversion, the effect of legal provisions such as cumulation and zeroing, pricing distortions, tit-for-tat use of the law, and contingent protection as insurance. This book is appropriate for both students in economics, public policy and law, and for policymakers in the field.

Format: Hardcover
No of Pages: 312
Imprint: World Scientific
Publication date: 20201229
Series: World Scientific Studies In International Economics

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