The theory of international microeconomics is a new trend of economics that studies the microeconomic processes in the context of globalization. The book offers a systematic approach to the problems of the international movement of goods and factors of production, and the integration of world markets from the point of view of the general microeconomic theory. The book includes an overview of the key linkages in the global economy, traditional and modern theories of international trade and trade policy, and economic integration in the private and public levels. Theory, summarized in the book, rearranged in a common format through the laws of motion of a particular product and its factors of production at the micro level in the framework of partial equilibrium and internationally.
The book is intended for specialists in the field of international economics, employees of government economic agencies and private firms, students and teachers of economics departments of universities and business schools, and for those, who is interested in the problems of the international economy.
The book can be used as a textbook in universities for the academic program "International Economics" and the specialty “World Economy" (special discipline "World Economy", International Economic Relations" and "International monetary and credit relations"), and on the professional discipline of the "World Economy" on the specialty "Economics”, "National Economy" and "Labor Economics”. The material given in the book completely covers the methodological unity of the educational standard in the specialty "World Economy".
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