Von Freiheit und Freihandel: Grundzüge einer ordoliberalen Aussenwirtschaftstheorie
In view of increasing globalization, today more than ever we are confronted with the question of whether the state is permitted to protect domestic companies from foreign-owned competition or if it should abstain from any form of protection. Lüder Gerken develops a basic ordoliberal theory of foreign trade, creating a new conceptional basis for determining which option, free trade or protection, is appropriate for foreign trade policy. (Published in German.)
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