International Trade as a Beacon of Peace


Scientific Essay, 2012

30 Pages, Grade: 1


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Table of Contents

Abstract

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Globalization, Trade and Conflicts

2.0 Trade and divergence
2.1 Defining Peace: A Trade Theory Perspective
2.2 Responsibility for Peace: A Lifelong Peace - Notions of a Stable Balance
2.3 How Trade impacts on Conflict and Cooperation

3.0 Economics Model of the “Peace-Through-Trade” Liberal Hypothesis
3.1 Extensions of the Conflict-Trade Model
3.2 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

4.0 Game-theory: Signaling Models

5.0 Observations from the Trade-Conflict Model Regarding the Democratic Peace

6.0 Conclusion

7.0 References

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Title
International Trade as a Beacon of Peace
College
Xiamen University  (School of Economics)
Course
Economics
Grade
1
Author
Year
2012
Pages
30
Catalog Number
V198154
ISBN (eBook)
9783656245780
ISBN (Book)
9783656253112
File size
534 KB
Language
English
Notes
Global peace is an ideal form of freedom, peace, harmonious atmosphere, and happiness among and within all nations and/or peoples. Some new theories and issues concerning promotion of global peace are going on in the world today. Rather than world trade being dependent on world peace, as in the past, world peace and harmony may be influenced and brought nearer to reality through burgeoning world trade unlike in the past theories where trade was a function of global peace.
Keywords
international, trade, beacon, peace
Quote paper
Dr. Francis Mulenga Muma (Author), 2012, International Trade as a Beacon of Peace, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/198154

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