Joel Davidow


IN THIS ERA of relative peace, many nations, including our own, are focusing more attention on important international economic issues rather than on military or political questions. These current issues include how to control abuses by multinational corporations, how to deal with commodity cartels, how to achieve a satisfactory transfer of technology to less developed nations, and how to create additional export opportunities for nations with a shortage of foreign exchange. In a broad sense, all these subjects can be viewed as involving issues of international antitrust or competition policy.