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The Regionalization of the World Economy

Jeffrey Frankel ()

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JEL-codes: F1 E44 F4 F6 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 1998
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Chapters in this book:

Introduction to "Regionalization of the World Economy, The" , pp 1-6 Downloads
Jeffrey Frankel
Determinants of Bilateral Trade: Does Gravity Work in a Neoclassical World? , pp 7-32 Downloads
Alan Deardorff
The Role of History in Bilateral Trade Flows , pp 33-62 Downloads
Barry Eichengreen and Douglas Irwin
Why Do Countries Seek Regional Trade Agreements? , pp 63-90 Downloads
John Whalley
Continental Trading Blocs: Are They Natural or Supernatural? , pp 91-120 Downloads
Jeffrey Frankel, Ernesto Stein and Shang-Jin Wei
The Welfare Implications of Trading Blocs among Countries with Different Endowments , pp 121-152 Downloads
Antonio Spilimbergo and Ernesto Stein
Regional Patterns in the Law of One Price: The Roles of Geography versus Currencies , pp 153-188 Downloads
Charles Engel and John Rogers
Regionalization of World Trade and Currencies: Economics and Politics , pp 189-226 Downloads
Jeffrey Frankel and Shang-Jin Wei
Tariff Phase-Outs: Theory and Evidence from GATT and NAFTA , pp 227-258 Downloads
Carsten Kowalczyk and Donald Davis
Overview , pp 259-274 Downloads
Anne O. Krueger

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