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Paul R. Krugman • 57 Items / 19 Books, 29 Articles, 9 Reviews
Rethinking International Trade (1990)
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    International Economics (6 Reviews)
    Developing Country Debt and Economic Performance, Volume 2, by Jeffrey D. Sachs
    1. Developing Country Debt and Economic Performance, Volume 2 by Jeffrey D. Sachs
    2. The Economic Consequences of Immigration by Julian L. Simon
    3. Fragile Coalitions by Joan M. Nelson
    4. Friends or Strangers by George J. Borjas
    5. Perspectives on Trade and Development by Anne O. Krueger
    6. Rethinking International Trade by Paul Krugman
    Orbis, Fall 1990, pp. 606-609
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    Recent Books on International Relations (16 Reviews)
    General: Economic and Social
    1. America's Struggle for Leadership in Technology by Jean-Claude Derian
    2. Saving the Mediterranean by Peter M. Haas
    3. The Competitive Advantage of Nations by Michael E. Porter
    4. Global Companies and Public Policy by DeAnne Julius
    5. International Nuclear Trade and Nonproliferation by William C. Potter
    6. Perspectives on Trade and Development by Anne O. Krueger
    7. Rethinking International Trade by Paul Krugman
    8. The Age of Diminished Expectations by Paul Krugman
    9. Patchwork Protectionism by H. Richard Friman
    10. Economic Crisis and Policy Choice by Joan M. Nelson
    11. Deregulation or Re-Regulation? by Giandomenico Majone
    12. The Economic Limits to Modern Politics by John Dunn
    13. Elusive Stability by Barry Eichengreen
    14. Cooperation Among Nations by Joseph M. Grieco
    15. Economic Reform in Three Giants by Richard E. Feinberg, John Echeverri-Gent, and Friedemann Muller, ...
    16. Cooperation for International Development by Robert J. Berg and David F. Gordon
    Foreign Affairs, Fall 1990, pp. 179-182