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The European Common Market
The European Common Market
American Management Association, 1958, 220 pp

An experienced State Department economist made good use of a Rockefeller Public Service Award to write this careful study of the European regional arrangement that is, for commercial policy, "already the most important event of this century." After analyzing the significance of what has been done about tariffs, quotas and related matters he judiciously examines alternative solutions to the problems that remain unsolved, including relations with the rest of Europe and the possible effect of balance-of-payments difficulties on the common market.