Trump, trade, and the end of globalization
By: Jacoby, David S.Material type: BookPublisher: California ABC-CLIO 2018Description: xvii,190p. 25 cm.ISBN: 9781440861307.Subject(s): Free trade | International trade | Globalization | United States -- Foreign economic relations | United States -- Commercial policy | United States -- Politics and government -- 2017-DDC classification: 382.71
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Trump, nationalism, and a future in the balance -- Trade past and present (a quick primer) -- The U.S. time bomb that blew up in 2016 -- Broader problems with trade--what's behind anti-globalism -- Is the world trade order broken? -- Can welfare states survive in the global economy? -- Potential trade scenarios -- The huge (but hard to quantify) social benefits of trade -- How mature industrial nations should forge the new multilateralism -- Conclusion: a vision for sustainable global growth through trade.