the international trade journal
The International Trade Journal is a refereed interdisciplinary journal published for the enhancement of research in international trade and associate areas
of international business and international political economy. Its editorial objective is to provide a forum for the scholarly exchange of research findings
in, and significant empirical, conceptual, or theoretical contributions to, theory and policy.
The International Trade Journal welcomes contributions from researchers in academia as well as practitioners of international trade broadly defined.
The Journalís scope includes, but is not limited to, the following:
- Globalization and Trade
- Trade and Development
- Transnational Corporations and Trade
- Multilateral Trade Regime
- Foreign Direct Investment and Trade
- Exchange Rates and Currency Markets
- International Trade Theory
- Emerging Markets
- International Trade Policy
- National and Regional Studies
- Commercial Policy
- International Financial Markets and Institutions
Authors are responsible for views expressed, and accuracy of facts given. Such opinions do not necessarily reflect the position of Texas A&M International
University or its Center for the Study of Western Hemispheric Trade, the Editor, or the Editorial Advisory Board of the Journal.
The International Trade Journal is published and distributed by Taylor & Francis and
accepts on-line subscriptions. An
online sample copy is available, as well as,
back copies of the journal.