The Princeton Series in International Economics

In 2003, the International Economics Section began to publish the Princeton Series in International Economics in collaboration with Princeton University Press. This series includes commissioned works by leading scholars in international trade, international macroeconomics, and international finance. The volumes in the series are intended to span the important policy and research topics in international economics and gradually to help define and direct scholarship in the field. The books are targeted to scholars working in economics and political science, to policy professionals in government, businesses, and international organizations, and to graduate and advanced undergraduate students studying international trade, international macroeconomics, and international political economy.

 
Titles in the Princeton Series in International Economics:

Brian R. Copeland and M. Scott Taylor, Trade and the Environment: Theory and Evidence, 2003.

Martin D. D. Evans, Foundations of Exchange Rate Dynamics, 2011.

Jonathan Eaton and Samuel Kortum, Technology in the Global Economy: A Framework for Quantitative Analysis, forthcoming.