Jacob Viner’s The Customs Union Issue was originally published in by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. It set the framework for the. The Customs Union Issue. Jacob Viner and Paul Oslington. Abstract. This text was originally published in by the Carnegie Endowment for International. The Customs Union Issue. By Jacob Viner. New York: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, pp. viii, Index. $ – Volume.
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This book is available as part of Oxford Scholarship Online – view abstracts and keywords at book and chapter vindr. Viner developed the concepts of trade creation and diversion in this work as he pioneered the analysis of the global politics of trade agreements.
This revival of Viner’s classic work includes an introduction that places this book in the context of his own intellectual development and the economic and political situation of the post-WWII world. The introduction also traces the reception of Viner’s work and discusses its vinerr relevance for international economists, political scientists, and historians.
Finch Introduction by Paul Oslington I. The Criteria of a “Customs Union” 2. The Economics of Customs Unions 1. Customs Union as an Approach to Free Trade 2. Customs Union lssue the “Terms of Trade” 3.
Administrative Economies of Customs Union 4. Cartels in Relation to Customs Unions 8.
The Allocation of Customs Revenues V. Political Aspects of Customs Unions 1. Customs Union and Neutrality Jqcob 3. Customs Union and Political Unification 4. The Havana Charter and Customs Union 1. The Most-Favored-Nation Principle 2. Relations with Non-Members 5. Prospects for Customs Unions 1. Customs Union in Western Europe 3. Jacob Viner was one of the great economists of the twentieth century who shaped the field of international economics.
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He was then recruited by Princeton University to build what is now the leading international economics research group in the world. There, Viner also contributed as a policy advisor, mentor, and correspondent to leading economists on both sides of the Atlantic and led the late twentieth century intellectual jaacob of the history of economics. Paul Oslington is an international trade economist and historian of economics who is an expert on the work of Jacob Viner.
He received his degree in economics from the University of Sydney, and his work has been published in leading journals of economics and the history of economics. While the issues we confront today over the downside of preferential trade agreements have shifted and multiplied, Viner’s work remains as a warning that policymakers cannot afford to ignore.
Due to the spread of regional vkner preferential trade arrangements today, it is as relevant now as ubion was inwhen it was first published. Paul Oslington’s introduction gives us insight into its origin, and I hope the book’s republication introduces it to a new generation of readership. He is known widely for, inter aliaoriginating the concepts of Vinerian trade creation and diversion.
This timely new edition of his classic The Customs Union Issue will re-acquaint a new generation of trade students with not only the original discussion of these concepts but also the admirable rhetorical style of his generation of economists.
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It will also interest students to unoon a theoretical economist whose interest is so strongly policy-driven. In an era when one wonders if theory This book should be on the shelves of every trade economist. The volume is a welcome reminder of an argument that continues to resonate after more than half a century.
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