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Trade Among Newly Industrializing Countries: A Theoretical and Empirical Study

R.S. Tiwari (Author)
Synopsis In spite of large export potential, the export prospect from developing countries has suffered setback severely in the developed market economies. This has mainly been on account of tariff and non-tariff barriers unnecessarily and artificially imposed by the developed market economies on enormous products' interest to developing economies. Interestingly, tariff and non-tariff preferences proposed under various rounds at GATT and UNCTAD conferences for developing countries' export appeared no more than psychological satisfaction. Thus, room for expanding export from developing into the developed countries was almost closed and, therefore, trade among developing countries themselves was considered as second best solution than to that between developing and the developed countries. The book Trade among Newly Industrializing Countries: A Theoretical and Empirical Study examines the basis of trade cooperation among NICs theoretically as well as empirically in order to enhance trade among themselves through mutual trade cooperation. In particular, it discusses the trade performance on NICs vis-?-vis the developed market economies. Besides, it also examines empirically comparative advantage and competitiveness of NICs and accordingly suggests block-wise intra-NICs trade cooperation. As to what extent internal export efficiency and policy directions are attributable to India’s traditional and non-traditional products also form an important part of the present study. Finally it suggests certain specific policy measures to enhance trade among NICs through trade cooperation. It is hoped that this book would be useful and rewarding for policy formulators, researchers, students and to those keenly interested in understanding the various aspects of trade, development and trade cooperation among developing countries.
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About the author

R.S. Tiwari

Dr. R.S. Tiwari (b. 1951) obtained his post-graduate degree in Economics from Allahabad University in 1973 and Ph.D. from Gujarat University, Ahmedabad in 1983. Prior to his assignment at giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow, he served as staff and faculty member at Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research, Ahmedabad since 1974. Dr. Tiwari has been working as Fellow at Giri Institute of Development Studies, Lucknow, since 1986. he specializes in International Economics, Industiral Economics and Urban Economics and has published several research articles in prestigious national and international journals. Dr. Tiwari also visited Paris, France in 1995 under Indo-French Cultural Exchange Programme. A prolific writer, Dr. Tiwari has authored over six outstanding books. He has completed many research studies. Currently Dr. Tiwari is engaged in a research study Intra-Firms Trade Between India and USA: A Structural Analysis.

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Title Trade Among Newly Industrializing Countries: A Theoretical and Empirical Study
Author R.S. Tiwari
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8176462411
length viii+308p., Tables