Malaysia's International Trade Issues
An Impressionistic View
By Tang Tuck Cheong and Wong Hock Tsen
Distributed By Coronet Books
116 pages, Illustrated 5 1/2 x 8 1/2"
$53.50 paper original
Malaysia's International Trade Issues: An Impressionistic View is recommended reading for university students and professional researches who want to understand the issues of international trade in Malaysia. It is an in-depth review on possible comprehension of the unique Malaysian situation. It aims to provide a direction for more research on the subjects such as economic integration, imbalances, J-curve phenomenon, balancing items of balance of payments accounts and intra-industry trade.
The objective is to study these issues and point out the many pitfalls and loopholes that need to be filled in before the issue of Malaysian international trade can be fully understood.
Tang Tuck Cheong is a lecturer for Business Statistics at the School of Business, Monash University Malaysia. His articles in the fields of applied economics and international economics have been published in international journals and also several Malaysian journals. He has presented papers at international and national conferences in Malaysia and abroad.
Wong Hock Tsen is an Economics lecturer at the School of Business and Economics, Universiti Malaysia Sabah. Currently, he is the Head of Financial Economics Program. He teaches undergraduates in international finance, financial economics, and international economics. He has presented papers at international conferences in Malaysia and abroad. His articles on international economics were published in several international and local journals.
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