Tariff Quotas: a Partial Equilibrium Analysis
The previous two chapters gave many examples of different uses of tariff quotas in practice, in the European Community and the United States, and have shown how varied have been the consequences of their application. In view of their increasing importance, not only within the framework of the Community but also as a result of the GSP for developing countries, a closer examination from an analytical point of view seems justified, particularly as very little has appeared in the literature 1 on this subject.
KeywordsFree Trade Import Price Export Price Import Demand Commercial Policy
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Notes and References
- 3.Kreinen, ‘More on the Equivalence of Tariffs and Quotas’, Kyklos, Basle, XXIII (1970) p. 76.Google Scholar