Globalization and Free Trade

Globalization and Free Trade

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Philip Booth and Richard Wellings

Philip Booth and Richard Wellings discuss key papers originally published by the Institute of Economic Affairs, which, for the past 50 years, has been vigorously defending the case for free trade, and for globalization more generally. They offer a comprehensive overview of the arguments for and against globalization.

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Philip Booth and Richard Wellings

Subjects: economics and finance, international economics, public choice theory, politics and public policy, public choice

Philip Booth and Richard Wellings discuss key papers originally published by the Institute of Economic Affairs, which, for the past 50 years, has been vigorously defending the case for free trade, and for globalization more generally. They offer a comprehensive overview of the arguments for and against globalization.

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