The Economics of Outsourcing: How Should Policy Respond?
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- Thomas I. Palley, 2007. "The Economics of Outsourcing: How Should Policy Respond?," Economics Public Policy Brief Archive ppb_89, Levy Economics Institute.
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Keywordsglobal outsourcing; globalization; international trade; institutionalism; competition;
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