Student Name: Institution Affiliation: Course: Professor: Date: The Case for Protection: A Critical Review One of the resounding issues that national governments have to deal with is the determination of the perfect balance between the country’s value of exports and the spending on imports from her trade partners. More often than not the government has to intervene through implementing measures and policies that are aimed at protecting the trade full dependence on another country is a risk that can become extreme if the other country’s economy fails. Student Three I do not totally agree with the argument that free international trade is bad for a country’s economy since it inhibits growth and employment opportunities. The answer should be finding the perfect balance between imports and exports such that both countries in a trade deal reap benefits. [...]
(The Case for Protection: A Critical Review), the authors describe various justifications for trade barriers. Please pick one and share with the class whether you think it is a valid justification (you do not need to agree with the authors). Why or why not?