One of the major problems facing the European Union today is that of high unemployment, often seen as a result of the increasingly globalized world economy. This book provides the first comprehensive set of studies on the impact of trade with developing countries on the European labour market. It argues that it is not trade with LDCs that is at the heart of Europe's unemployment problem, but the impact of technological change and domestic policies. As a result, protectionist policies are to be avoided at all osts.

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