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Dumping as a Method of Competition in International Trade. I

Jacob Viner
The University Journal of Business
Vol. 1, No. 1 (Nov., 1922), pp. 34-53
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2354748
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Subjects: Finance Business
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This item contains 22 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    Information Concerning Dumping and Unfair Foreign Competition in the United States (i9'9), pp. 12-i8.
  • 2
    Tariffs: A Study in Method, London, 1921, pp. 177 ff.
  • 1
    F. W. Taussig, Principles of Economics (3d ed.), I, 207
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    Selling Foreign Manufactures in the United States at Prices Lower Than the Domestic Prices, Report of Secretary of State to Senate (6ist Cong., ist Sess., Sen. Doc. i6), Part I, p. 6.
  • 1
    Canada: Report of the Board of Inquiry into the Cost of Living, 1915, I, 752.
  • 2
    H. R. Tosdal, "The Kartell Movement in the German Potash Industry," Quarterly Journal of Economics, XXVIII, 178.
  • 3
    Abraham Berglund, "The Ferroalloy Industries and Tariff Legislation," Political Science Quarterly, XXXVI, 270 if.
  • 1
    W. E. Bainbridge, March I5, 1909, in Selling Foreign Manufactures in the United States, Part I, p. 41
  • 1
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Canada: Report of the Board of Inquiry into the Cost of Living, I, 752.
    • Selling Foreign Manufactures in the United States, I, 11, 16, I7, 5I
    • Report of United States Industrial Commission, 1901, XIII, 726.
  • 2
    U.S. Tariff Commission, Report upon the Revision of the Customs Administrative Laws (1918), pp. 18, i9.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Report of United States Industrial Commission, 1901, XIII, 425-27; XVII, II2.
    • Current Issues, New York, 1908, chap. xxi.
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    Report of United States Industrial Commission, 1901, XIII, 725-27.
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    U.S. Tariff Commission, Information Concerning Dumping and Unfair Foreign Competition, p. 10.
  • 2
    U.S. Tariff Commission, Depreciated Exchange and International Trade, 1922.
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    Merchant Marine Act of I920
  • 1
    Report of United States Industrial Commission, 1901, XIII, 726.
  • 2
    Jacob Viner, "The Prevalence of Dumping in International Trade," Journal of Political Economy, XXX (October, 1922) 680.
  • 1
    Report of United States Industrial Commission, 1901, XIII, clviii.
  • 2
    Arthur Raffalovich, Les Coalitions de Producteurs et le Protectionnisme, Paris, 1889, pp. 20, 2I.
  • 3
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • W. J. A. Donald, The Canadian Iron and Steel Industry, Boston, 1915, p. 185
    • Statutes of Canada, 6-7 Edw. VII, Vols. I-II, p. I34, and chap. 48
    • Revised Statutes of Canada, i906
    • Dept. of Customs, I914, p. I4, sec. 40
  • 1
    Selling Foreign Manufactures in the United States, Part I, p. 36
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    Selling Foreign Manufactures in the United States, Part I, p. 37.