Trade Policies and Developing Nations

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Brookings Institution Press, Aug 21, 2000 - Social Science - 124 pages
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The author considers the implications of deeper integration in the international economy for developing countries. She traces the reasons for the developing countries' reversals of earlier policies and demonstrates the importance of the open trading system for them.

Anne O. Krueger is professor of economics at Stanford University

 

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Contents

Growth Prospects Trade and Access to Markets
1
The Importance of Trade and Markets
3
The Role of the Developing Countries in the International Economy
37
Developed Countries Trade Policies and Developing Countries
44
The Uruguay Round and the Developing Countries
48
Conclusions
56
The Impact of Deeper Integration
58
Different Groups and Interests of Developing Countries
59
Advanced Developing Countries and Deeper Integration
66
Deeper Integration and Threats to Developing Countries
74
Conclusion
90
Comments
93
Dani Rodrik
101
References
113
Index
119
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Developing Countries and Deeper Integration
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About the author (2000)

Anne O. Krueger is a Senior Fellow of Center for International Development (of which she was the founding Director) and the Herald L. and Caroline Ritch Emeritus Professor of Sciences and Humanities in the Economics Department at Stanford University. Anne Krueger was First Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund from 2001 to 2006. Prior to that, she had taught at Stanford and Duke Universities.