Free Trade Under Fire, third edition

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The third edition of Doug Irwin’s Free Trade Under Fire came out this month. I haven’t seen a copy yet (Princeton University Press – feel free to get in touch), but it promises new updates covering “off-shoring services, the impact of trade on wages, and the implications of trade with China.” Here’s a comparison of the old and new tables of contents:

Second edition Third edition
Chapter 1: The United States in a New Global Economy?
Chapter 2: The Case for Free Trade: Old Theories, New Evidence
Chapter 1: The United States in a New Global Economy?
Chapter 2: The Case for Free Trade: Old Theories, New Evidence
Chapter 3: The Employment Rationale for Trade Protection
Chapter 3: Protectionism: Economic Costs, Political Benefits?
Chapter 4: Trade, Jobs, and Income Distribution
Chapter 4: Relief from Foreign Competition: Antidumping
and the Escape Clause
Chapter 5: Relief from Foreign Competition: Antidumping and the Escape Clause
Chapter 5: U.S. Trade Policy and the World Trading System
Chapter 6: Developing Countries and Open Markets
Chapter 6: The World Trade Organization and New Battlegrounds Chapter 7: The World Trading System: The WTO, Trade Disputes, and Regional Agreements
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