The Economics Of Dumping

Posted by mjmedlock on July 4, 2011 in international economics |

What is dumping? Dumping is a form of price discrimination across borders. Price discrimination is the practice of charging different customers different prices for the same or similar products/services. For example you might pay €90 per night for a hotel room and another person €60 per night for the same grade of room. The hotel […]

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International Labor Mobility

Posted by mjmedlock on June 27, 2011 in international economics |

Effects of international labor mobility This article summarizes the effects of international labor mobility. At the end of the written article is a video highlighting the points for people who prefer audio visual learning. However, I recommend you read first and then watch. To explain the effects of international labor mobility we will imagine a […]

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