Problems in Economic Unions


Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1953. Original tan boards; ix, [1], 120 pp. First Edition. Francis M. Bator’s personal copy with his name and Cambridge 1953” in fountain pen on the flyleaf. Along with, a notepad sheet printed Massachusetts Institute of Technology” with Bator’s hand-written notes/index. Very good with bumping to corners and spine; notepad sheet merely good. James Edward Meade (1907–1995) was a British economist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics for his path breaking contribution to the theory of international trade and international capital movements”. In this book he discusses the problems that can arise from economic unions between sovereigns. He covers commercial policy, balance of payment issues, and movements of labor and capital.


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