Trade and Regionalism: The Links with Development
AbstractNeither regional integration nor trade is a welfare or policy objective in itself. If countries are pursuing policies to promote them, this is as a means to improve their welfare. The ultimate objective need not be under a purely economic definition: there is a long history of seeing integration through trade as a way of preventing conflict among countries.
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Trade Agreements; Integration & Trade; Globalization & Regionalization; Trade; Regionalism and Globalization; Regionalismo y Globalización;
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