Publisher: Blackwell Publishing
The World Economy is a vital resource for researchers, analysts and
policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues
embracing international trade and the environment, international finance,
and trade and development.
The journal also considers related areas such as economies in transition and
development economics, making The World Economy an essential reference for
in-depth knowledge on and up-to-date coverage of international economic
The World Economy concentrates on trade policy issues both on a country
basis, regionally (EC, ASEAN, North America, Asia-Pacific, etc.) and
globally (GATT and other fora). The World Economy does, however, also cover
broader issues (exchange rates, IMF/World Bank, debt, environmental or other
international issues) as they relate to trade.
Print ISSN: 0378-5920
Online ISSN: 1467-9701
Professor David Greenaway
School of Economics
University of Nottingham
Professor John Whalley
Dept. of Economics
University of Western Ontario
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Current Issue: April 2005 - Volume 28 Issue 4
Date: 29 April 2005