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Professor William R. Hawkins, a professional economist, in "Neomercantilism: Is there a Case for Tariffs?" took his departure from the fact that America's industrial potential has been partly destroyed already by the internationalist gang and will soon be completely lost.
He enforces his argument for economic control exerted by a government that would have regard for the interests of the American people by pointing out that the Spanish Empire destroyed itself in the Seventeenth Century by precisely the policies that are touted as "progressive" today.
What he proposes for such a government (assuming we could have one) is what he calls "Neomercantilism," a policy designed to restore, by governmental action, American industry, instead of continuing to dismantle it.
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 PEN-L message, Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade
Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Thu 30 Aug 2001, 22:46 GMT
Re: neomercantilism, trade, Charles Brown Fri 31 Aug 2001, 17:29 GMT
Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Fri 31 Aug 2001, 22:51 GMT
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 PEN-L message, Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade
Re: Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade, Michael Perelman Tue 28 Aug 2001, 03:04 GMT
Re: Re: Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Tue 28 Aug 2001, 03:39 GMT
Re: Re: Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Tue 28 Aug 2001, 04:10 GMT
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 PEN-L message, Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade
Shifting power away from those who use their >power to shift risk and costs onto others is an ongoing dynamical >problem and renders those concepts and the meaning[s] of efficiency >polysemic, bigtime...See Duncan Kennedy and Frank Michelman, "Are >Property and Contract Efficient?" 8 Hofstra L. Rev. 711 (1980) for >starters.
Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Thu 30 Aug 2001, 19:07 GMT
Re: Re: neomercantilism, trade, Ian Murray Thu 30 Aug 2001, 19:21 GMT
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To understand this, one must recall that the progeny (and predecessors) of state interventionism in economic affairs are mercantilism and neomercantilism, which are much misunderstood terms.
Mercantilism and neomercantilism are intensely nationalistic: "Of itself, neomercantilism unfortunately offers many temptations to the evil that accompanies the good there is in nationalism.
The temptation to which those who espouse modern mercantilism succumb is to use government as the "hair of the dog", believing that corrective administration of some sort is a means to economic prosperity.
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 mushin no shin » Blog Archive » The Right Libertarians Left
And since the prevailing system is in fact one of government favoritism toward business, the ordinary use of the term carries with it the assumption that the free market is government favoritism toward business.
And that, I suggest, is the function of these terms: to blur the distinction between the free market and neomercantilism.
Such confusion prevails because it works to the advantage of the statist establishment: those who want to defend the free market can more easily be seduced into defending neomercantilism, and those who want to combat neomercantilism can more easily be seduced into combating the free market.
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The Privileges of Independence : Neomercantilism and the American Revolution (Early America Ser.); CROWLEY, JOHN E..
Neomercantilism is a term used to refer economic policies designed to protect one nation's economic and political integrity, even at the cost...
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 Mercantilist Economics. | Economics
The underlying message of this uneven collection is clear: If "idea collecting" is not the best way to characterize some particular epoch, employment prospects for some of these "historians of economic thought" might be considerably less secure.
This collection has no stated purpose other than (ostensibly) to get a grip on the definitions of mercantilism and neomercantilism in the post-Hecksher, post-British socialist era of "economic thought." Not only does it fail to advance, it takes two steps backwards.
No wind is the right wind when the port of call has not been chosen.
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 U.S. Economic Intelligence Policy & Global Competition   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Neomercantilism, at least as it is understood in the US, is still developing; yet
Neomercantilism sees a Britain that failed to plan, failed to invest in new
Neomercantilism offers a new perspective in the free trade debate.
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 International Business 9/e PHLIP/CW Chapter 5 -- True or False
According to mercantilist theory, countries should import more than they export.
The term neomercantilism can describe countries that try to run favorable balances of trade.
Acquired advantage goes hand in hand with natural advantage within the concept of the absolute advantage trade theory.
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 Catallarchy » Long on zaxlebax   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
This is an annoying enough problem that in most cases it results in less confusion to simply use “free markets” instead of “capitalism.”; But I think it makes sense to define socialism as the opposite of the market process – allocation of resources by management/planning rather than the price mechanism.
To the religious, keeping the terms the same allow them to frame the debate in the way most suitable to their own interests.
And by making clearer where the dispute lies, it also makes clearer the sorts of evidence that need to be adduced in order to criticize whatever supports remain.
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by taking away the state socialist’s ability to rely on the admitted evils of neomercantilism in order to make a case against free enterprise.
If both disputants agree on the evils of neo-mercantilism then they can set that aside and offer criticisms of the points still at issue.
Such confusion prevails because it works to the advantage of the anarchist anti-establishment: those who want to attack the free market can more easily be seduced into attacking neomercantilism, and those who want to defend neomercantilism can more easily be seduced into defending the free market.
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Aaron McGruder, artist of the nationally syndicated comic strip "The Boondocks," will speak and share his artwork on October 29
James Petras, professor of sociology at the University of Binghamton, an ALST lecture entitled "A New Foreign Policy in Latin America: Neomercantilism, Development, and Social Movements," on October 30
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Table of contents for English historical economics, 1870-1926 : the rise of economic history and neomercantilism / Gerard M. Koot.
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