Langdana is currently the Director of the globally ranked Executive MBA program at RBS. He has taught Macroeconomic Policy and International Trade extensively at RBS and around the world. Dr. Langdana is the recipient of over thirty teaching and research awards including the Warren I. Susman Award for Excellence in Teaching (Rutgers Universityas highest teaching award). Peter T. Murphy Peter T. Murphy is an operating partner with Dubilier a Company, and currently serves as President and C.E.O. of DC Safety, a leading supplier to the automotive industry. Mr. Murphy has been a leader and pioneer in international business for 25 years, operating in dozens of countries across Asia, Europe, and the Americas. His expertise in strategy and value creation is complemented by hands-on experience across a range of business disciplines. He is a graduate of Iona College and earned his MBA with a concentration in Finance from Rutgers Business School.But what amount of Y would B be willing to trade in return for 1 unit of X? Today Country B is specializing in producing only good Y (clothing). ... 3.17, the red arrows represent trading price ratios offering Country A more units of Y in return for 1 of X than the 0.4 units that it ... for Country A, as each of the arrows offers A more Y in exchange for 1 unit of X, compared to Aa#39;s cost of converting X to Y at home.
|Title||:||International Trade and Global Macropolicy|
|Author||:||Farrokh Langdana, Peter T. Murphy|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-07-16|