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Competitiveness: An International Economics Reader (Foreign Affairs Books)

Editors: , Editor, Foreign Affairs, and Peter G. Peterson Chair, Foreign Affairs, and James F. Hoge Jr.

Competitiveness: An International Economics Reader (Foreign Affairs Books) - competitiveness-an-international-economics-reader-foreign-affairs-books

Publisher Foreign Affairs

Release Date January 1994

Price Out of Print

79 pages
ISBN 087609177X



Competitiveness: A Dangerous Obsession
Paul Krugman, Foreign Affairs, March/April 1994

Playing to Win
Clyde V. Prestowitz, Jr., Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Microchips, Not Potato Chips
Lester C. Thurow, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Rule-Based Competition
Rudolf Scharping, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Speaking Freely
Stephen S. Cohen, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Careless Arithmetic
Benn Steil, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Proving My Point
Paul Krugman, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

Why Pressure Tokyo
Roger C. Altman, Foreign Affairs, May/June 1994

Samurais No More
Jagdish Bhagwati, Foreign Affairs, May/June 1

Beating Back Predatory Trade
Alan Tonelson, Foreign Affairs, July/August 1994

The Myth of Asia's Miracle
Paul Krugman, Foreign Affairs, November/December 1994

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