Econlib QuickPicks- International Trade
Welcome to Econlib QuickPicks!
Each month, we send a collection of resources about a particular topic right to your inbox. This month, based on readers' requests, we're focusing on International Trade. We had a really hard time narrowing our selections for this collection, so you can be sure to see more on this topic in future QuickPicks editions!
International trade is alleged to be one of the concepts economists unanimously agree on. So why is it always in the news, and why does it seem to be so contentious? People gain when they trade, right? Read on, and we hope you find answers to these questions and more.
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