Book , Print in English

Measuring the costs of protection in the United States

Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Kimberly Ann Elliott.
  • Washington, DC : Institute for International Economics, 1994.
  • ix, 125 pages : illustrations; 23 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • 1. Trade Protection in the United States. The Costs and Benefits of US Trade Protection in 1990. Changes in the Profile of US Protection since 1984. Deflecting Trade Pressures: From Fair to Unfair Trade Relief. Increasing Pressure: Steel and Autos. Qualifications to the Model. Extensions of the Model
  • 2. A Computable Partial Equilibrium Model. Calculating the Welfare Effects of Trade Barriers. Applying the Model. Computing Elasticities of Demand and Supply. Incorporating Terms-of-Trade Effects
  • Appendix I: 21 Cases in Effect in 1990. Ball Bearings. Benzenoid Chemicals. Canned Tuna. Ceramic Articles. Ceramic Floor and Wall Tile. Costume Jewelry. Frozen Concentrated Orange Juice. Glass and Glassware (Pressed and Blown). Luggage (SIC 3161). Polyethylene Resins. Rubber Footwear (SIC 3021). Softwood Lumber. Women's Footwear, Other than Athletic. Women's Handbags and Purses (SIC 3171). Dairy Products. Peanuts. Sugar. Maritime Services Involving Cabotage. Textiles and Apparel. Machine Tools.
  • Appendix II: Cases Not Effective in 1990. Automobiles: Potential Effects of Proposed Protection for the Industry. Flat-Rolled Steel Products. Semiconductors
  • Appendix III: Antidumping Summary.
Other information
  • Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
  • 0881321087
Identifying numbers
  • LCCN: 93005022
  • OCLC: 28257662