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Complex foreign policy situations can produce competing definitions of the nature of a policy problem and thus different interpretations of which policy choices are in the “national interest.” In situations where political authority is dispersed, the challenge is to understand how and why...
While there has been a prodigious amount of literature on trade policy written in the past two decades, very little of that literature has dealt with countries in economic transition or nondemocratic regimes. There has also been a lack of work dealing with state interests in trade policy beyond...
This paper presents a case study of the demand for and supply of protectionism upon exposure to international trade. The examination of the crawfish industry demonstrates that theories of the demand for protectionism often provide inadequate or incomplete explanations of outcomes. The curious...
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