The latest title in a series focussing on trade protection in major countries. This study analyzes those sectors in the European Union that have the highest protection profiles. The author uses partial equilibrium methods to assess the costs to consumers and the effects on employment. The text also evaluates the political economy of European protection, and asses the dynamic benifits of trade liberalization. The study provides an agenda of demolition objectives for the Millenium Round of World Trade Organization talks.
Measuring the Costs of Protection in Europe
Peterson Institute for International Economics
European Commercial Policy in the 2000s
Management & Computers