Free Trade! Or not?

Free trade is the backbone of all economics classes. It is great. Well it is great for most people. This path will be used to spur discussion of when and where trade works.

  1. Trade can make everyone better off

    Note: Ten Principles of Economics Video Clips are copyrighted to South-Western and Gregory Mankiw (not me) so I do not own it. The video ...

  2. Musical Interpretation of Mankiw's Principles of Economics - Principle 5 (Pop)

    Principle 5: Trade Can Make Everyone Better Off This music video is part of a final project for Mrs.

  3. Benefits of free trade

    Free trade means that countries can import and export goods without any tariff barriers or other non-tariff barriers to trade. Essentiall...

  4. Arguments against Free Trade

    If developing countries have industries that are relatively new, then at the moment these industry's would struggle against international...

  5. Free trade debate

    This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . Free trade is one of the most debated...

  6. Southern rice and Haitian hunger

    As in so many countries throughout the world, an important staple of the Haitian diet is rice, first brought by slaves from West Africa a...

  7. The People Outside, the rice growers of Haiti

    While all eyes are focussing on the reconstruction of the urban areas of Haiti which were devastated by the earthquake, little attention ...

  8. Haiti

    A look at US-Haitian trade (and aid) from the eyes of the US. "U.S.-HAITI RELATIONS Haiti is a U.S. policy priority. When this close ...

  9. Because Free Trade Can Make Everyone Better Off Shouldn't We Have More Of It?

    Be SURE TO READ THE Stolper–Samuelson part! It's entirely true that free trade doesn't necessarily make absolutely everyone better of...

  10. Stolper-Samuelson theorem

    The Stolper-Samuelson theorem is a basic theorem in Heckscher-Ohlin trade theory. It describes the relationship between relative prices o...

  11. BBC Hard Talk - Discussion on effect of globalisation on developing nations

    Former country director of ActionAid India on BBC Hard Talk discusses the effects of globalisation on India. "globalisation of the variet...

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