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Más De Hume Y Menos De Ricardo: El Caso Del Comercio Bilateral Entre Brasil Y China

  • Everlam E. Montibeler
  • Esther S. Gallego
  • Ido Michels
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    Este trabajo busca tratar de las problemáticas teóricas del libre comercio y el librecambismo, rescatando su concepción original en los escritos de David Hume y David Ricardo. Ambas literaturas son complementarias y, diferentes de lo que comúnmente se suele hacer, deben ser tratadas con igual importancia a la hora de hacerse un análisis más detallado de las problemáticas que suelen surgir en las negociaciones internacionales. Como ejemplo empírico será discutido el caso de Brasil y China, que tras un largo y estable período de relaciones comerciales, gradualmente están migrando para una zona de disputa comercial y con señales de que apenas están empezando las negociaciones sobre si la política cambial debe o no ser considerada como una ventaja comercial. ¿Deberán situarse las negociaciones en el ámbito comercial, cambial o en los dos? Se espera con este trabajo traer, a la luz de la teoría humiana y ricardiana, elementos que puedan ser considerados en el comercio bilateral.

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    Volume (Year): (2012)
    Issue (Month): 167 (May)
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    Handle: RePEc:erv:observ:y:2012:i:167:29
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