128 black & white illustrations, 46 black & white tables, 128 black & white line drawings
3rd Revised edition
Table Of Contents
Part I - Introduction Chapter I - Interdependence! Chapter 2 - Introduction to Heterodoxy Part II - International Trade Theory Chapter 3 - Orthodox International Trade Theory: Why Mainstream Economists Like Free Trade Chapter 4 - International Trade: Beyond the Neoclassical Perspective Chapter 5 - International Trade: Imperfect Competition and Transnational Corporations Chapter 6 - International Trade and Economic Development Chapter 7 - International Trade, Human Happiness, and Inequality PART III - International Trade Policy Chapter 8 - Tariffs, Quotas, and Other Trade Restrictions Chapter 9 - The History of Trade Policy Chapter 10 - International Trade Policy: A Holistic Perspective PART IV - International Investment and Finance Chapter 11 - International Investment and International Finance Chapter 12 - The Foreign Exchange Market Chapter 13 - International Banking and Financial Markets Chapter 14 - Exchange Rate Crises PART V - The History of the International Monetary System Chapter 15 - Early Monetary History: Ancient Times through the End of the Gold Standard Chapter 16 - The International Monetary System: Bretton Woods to the End of the Twenty-first Century Chapter 17- Another Bretton Woods Conference? Part VI - Immigration Chapter 18 - Immigration: The International Movement of People Chapter 19 - Immigration Policy Chapter 20 - The Evolving International Economy in an Ecologically-Constrained World
Hendrik Van den Berg is Professor Emeritus at the University of Nebraska, and he continues teaching at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, USA.