Comerţul internaţional: de la monarhie la democraţie. O reconstrucţie sociologică
AbstractThe implications political regimes upon trade policy are going to be praxeologically deduced and used in order to provide an alternative historical interpretation of protectionism and free trade throughout Western history, starting from the Middle Ages right up to the creation of the WTO/GATT. As the theory predicts, monarchy is prone to free trade, while democracy favors protectionism.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Romanian Society for Economic Science, Revista OEconomica in its journal Revista OEconomica 02/2011.
Volume (Year): (2011)
Issue (Month): 02 (June)
trade policy; protectionism; monarchy; democracy; democratization; economic history; Austrian Economics;
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