International Journal of Trade and Policy

  • A Historical Analysis of Dutch-Benin Trade Relations, 1593-1741

    A Historical Analysis of Dutch-Benin Trade Relations, 1593-1741 Sana Abusin Michael EDIAGBONYA and Johnson Olaosebikan AREMU Department of History and International Studies, Faculty of Arts, Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti This paper examined the nature of trade relations between the Benin Kingdom and the Dutch between 1593 and 1741. It documented and analysed the features of Benin-Dutch trade; the major items of trade and means of exchange; as well as the terms of the Dutch-Benin Trade Treaty of 1715. The paper…

  • Transaction Costs and Optimal Liability Rule in the Context of Hadley v Baxendale (1854)

    Transaction Costs and Optimal Liability Rule in the Context of Hadley v Baxendale (1854) Teng, Jimmy American University of Ras Al Khaimah This paper uses a signaling game model to address the debate between limited liability rule and unlimited liability rule in the context of the case of Hadley v Baxendale (1854). This paper compares the levels of net social surplus obtained by the two legal rules under different sets of parameter values. The parameters investigated are the level of…

  • Hygienic-sanitary Conditions of Fish Markets Commercialized in the Municipality of Maceió

    Hygienic-sanitary Conditions of Fish Markets Commercialized in the Municipality of Maceió – Alagoas Machulis-Magalhães, F1, Porto, F.L2, Maior, L.P.S3, Looze, M.F4, Oliveira, M.A.M5, Ferreira-Junior, G.C6 1Student of the Specialization Course in Microbiological and Parasitological Analysis – CESMAC; 2,3Student of the Specialization Course in Microbiological and Parasitological Analysis – CESMAC; 4,5Student of the Undergraduate Course in Biological Sciences – CESMAC; 6Teacher of Biological Sciences and Veterinary Medicine – CESMAC. Introduction: The search for a healthier diet has led to a worldwide…

  • Towards Economic Survival and Self-sufficiency: a Historical Exploration of Nigeria’s Indigenisation Policy, 1972 and 1977

    Towards Economic Survival and Self-sufficiency: a Historical Exploration of Nigeria’s Indigenisation Policy, 1972 and 1977 Adeyinka Theresa AJAYI (Ph.D) Department of History and International Studies, Ekiti State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria. Indigenisation was a major strategy employed by the Nigerian government in the 1970s to exercise more control over the nation’s economy. It was indeed a bold attempt to enhance the economic survival and self-sufficiency of the nation. This study therefore interrogates the rationale, methods and impact of Nigeria’s indigenisation…

  • Micro Insurance in India: an analysis of the perceptions, problems and opportunities

    Micro Insurance in India: an analysis of the perceptions, problems and opportunities Srijanani Devarakonda Associate Professor, Accounting and Finance, Vignana Jyothi Institute of Management, Hyderabad India is a country with a population of 1.2 billion. It is estimated that 37% of the total population live below poverty line (BPL). Social security for BPL people is a matter of concern for the nation. To answer the question, why should the poor insure? We should have answer for the questions like, what…