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Understanding Taiwan’s Agricultural Protectionism

Is the Strong State Argument Still Valid?

Fernando Mariano Schmidt Hernandez

Introduction The following article aims to discern whether partial protectionism in Taiwan’s meat markets can still be explained as a function of Taiwan’s ‘strong state argument’, which was developed to understand Taiwan’s policies between the 1960s and 1980s. First, we will identify

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Jennifer M. Miller

foreign policy in the economic and political experiences of the 1980s. It explores how his thinking about Japan fueled his blend of populism and internationalism, especially the simultaneous advocacy of trade protectionism and tariffs and embrace of international finance. Indeed, Trump embodied the

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Stephen Bostock

206 Book Review Section / Society and Animals 15 (2007) 203-210 Looking at “Protectionism”: Lisa Kemmerer. In Search of Consistency: Ethics and Animals . Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill, 2006, ISBN-10 900414725, $99.00. In a challenging and sometimes passionate book, Lisa Kemmerer examines the

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Maznah Mohamad

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2012 DOI: 10.1163/156853111X619247 Asian Journal of Social Science 39 (2011) 821–844 brill.nl/ajss The Islamic Divorce Contract and a Flawed Axiom of Masculine Protectionism Maznah Mohamad National University of Singapore Abstract The Islamic marital contract is

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Moritz Wüstenberg

effective in reversing the effects of previous protectionist policies. This would not remain the last instance in which a rise in protectionism would eventually become subdued by a stride toward liberal trade. 2.5 Collapse and Renaissance of Free Trade – 1914 to 1947 The onset of the First World

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Protectionism and the Future of International Shipping

The Nature, Development and Role of Flag Discriminations and Preference, Cargo Reservations and Cabotage Restrictions, State Intervention and Maritime Subsidies

Ademuni-Odeke

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HUANG Jiuli and LI Kunwang

In this paper, we find that, in China, geographical changes of industrial bases in the 1980s had led to a slight drop in the extent of specialization and location imbalance, but in 1990s the specialization and industry imbalance have further developed. The geographical advantage for trade has a significant impact on the location patterns, and the effects of local protectionism are confined to the hinterland in 1990s. The role of comparative advantage in shaping industry location is evident, and some predictions derived from new economic geography are partially supported.

Zeiler, Thomas W.

protectionism to liberalism in U.S. trade policy. Protectionism, Zeiler shows, remained a potent force in U.S. domestic politics, including in the aftermath of the Second World War. Protectionists managed to thwar...

Nivola, Pietro S.

1979 and 1983 witnessed a resurgence of trade protectionism in the United States. While Congress has stopped short of enacting patently protectionist statutes, a welter of restrictive devices has noneth...

Nivola, Pietro S.

Bibliographic entry in Chapter 28: Economic Issues and U.S. Foreign Relations | Historiography authorNivola, Pietro S.imprintPolitical Science Quarterly 101 (April 1986): 577-600.annotationNivola suggests that the years between 1979 and 1983 witnessed a resurgence of trade protectionism in the