Explores the “new” theories of international trade – as a strategic trade policy – that were developed in the 1980s. Examines why economists and policy makers have new approaches were needed to explain the international trade, the contributions of industrial organization to these theories, and the consequences of these theories for corporate strategies and government policies.

Explores the “new” theories of international trade – as a strategic trade policy – that were developed in the 1980s. Examines why economists and policy makers have new approaches were needed to explain the international trade, the contributions of industrial organization to these theories, and the consequences of these theories for corporate strategies and government policies.
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David B. Yoffie,
Heather A. Hazard
18 pages.
Publication Date: Jul 17, 1989. Prod #: 390001-PDF-ENG
New Theories of International Trade HBR case solution

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