Prospects for a US-Taiwan Free Trade Agreement

Policy Analyses in International Economics 73
by Nicholas R. Lardy and Daniel H. Rosen
December 2004
Book Description

Taiwan has a special status for the United States, as both a leading high-technology economic partner and a place of political and security concern. The authors look at both the quantitative and qualitative evidence on the potential effects of a US-Taiwan free trade agreement (FTA), both for maximizing US economic benefits and for securing a prosperous and secure future for Taiwan. Their analysis indicates that the direct economic benefits of a prospective FTA would be modest and that the FTA could be most valuable to the United States if it leads Taiwan toward greater regional integration.

Contents

Preface

1. Introduction

2. Quantititative Analyses

3. Qualitative Analysis

4. Geoeconomic and Geopolitical Considerations

5. Policy Conclusions

References

Index

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December 2004
ISBN paper 0-88132-367-5
72 pp.

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