Antidumping Laws and the U.S. Economy
This volume reviews the goals, operation, and history of American antidumping laws coupled with a strategy for using those laws to promote U.S. trade policy and economic objectives in the post-Uruguay Round GATT talks.
- Paperback | 229 pages
- 152.4 x 226.06 x 20.32mm | 349.26g
- 31 May 1998
- Taylor & Francis Inc
- M.E. Sharpe
- Armonk, United States
- charts, graphs, tables, appendix, bibliography, index
Table of contents
Constructivism's basic premise - that individuals and groups are shaped by their world but can also change it - may seem intuitively true. Yet this process-oriented approach can be more difficult to apply than structural or rational choice frameworks. Based on their own experiences and exemplars from the IR literature, well-known authors Audie Klotz and Cecelia Lynch lay out concepts and tools for anyone seeking to apply the constructivist approach in research. Written in jargon-free prose and relevant across the social sciences, this book is essential for anyone trying to sort out appropriate methods for empirical research.