Some Thoughts on Antidumping Laws with Special Reference to Korea
Robert W. McGee
Fayetteville State University
Seton Hall University - W. Paul Stillman School of Business
This paper begins with a general discussion and overview of the antidumping laws, then proceeds to discuss recent trends in the application of antidumping laws, with special reference to Korea, both as a target and as an initiator of antidumping investigations. The authors point out some welfare problems with antidumping laws - they are a negative-sum game - and discuss whether the antidumping laws are capable of being reformed or if they should be repealed outright.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 19
Keywords: Korea, antidumping, protectionism, trade, ethics
JEL Classification: F13, N75working papers series
Date posted: November 22, 2000
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