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A member of the National Academy of Sciences, he is the author most recently of This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly (with Carmen M. Reinhart), 2009.

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It is common in expositions of international trade theory to start by imagining two isolated countries, which then are allowed to begin trade with each other. Read the first page
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Very useful for research Jan. 15 2008
By Jair Ojeda Joya - Published on Amazon.com
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Among the three volumes I know of this handbook series, this one has been the most useful for my research on international finance because it contains most of the recent debates. It covers international trade, finance and economic policy issues by means of really comprehensive chapters which not only make literature review but also show new results. Reading these chapters is a must for doing research on the field as the previous step to reading more recent literature in journals.