Game Theory, Kodak, Fuji, international trade, trade disputes
International Business | International Economics | International Trade Law | Technology and Innovation
The extraordinary increase int he international movement of goods, services, capital, people, and technology of the last few decades, mirrored by a decrease in transportation and communication cots hardly conceivable when the modern multilateral overseers of international commerce, finance, and development were designed at Bretton Woods, have dramatically changed not only the nature of international trade disputes, but also the way governments approach and understand trade disputes.
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Harris, E. (2011). Institutional Comparative Advantage: A Game-Theoretical Analysis of the Kodak-Fuji Dispute WTO/DS44 (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/492
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