The Regulation of International Trade

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Psychology Press, 1999 - Počet stran: 612
The Regulation of International Trade 2nd Edition introduces the rules and institutions that govern international trade. The authors base their analysis on aspects of the subject from classic and contemporary literature on trade and political economy. This new edition has been fully updated to take account of the most recent developments in International Trade. New issues covered include: trade and competition trade and labour rights the Multilateral Agreement on Investment the Basic Telecoms and Financial Services WTO Agreements an analysis of the first three years of WTO dispute rulings, including those of Appelate Body. Drawing on the success of the earlier edition, this comprehensive and up to date text will be an invaluable guide to students of economics, law, politics and international relations.
 

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An institutional history of international trade policy
17
The basic elements of the GATTWTO the North
25
Dispute settlement
51
Trade exchange rates and the balance of payments
95
Tariffs the MFN principle and regional trading blocs
112
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135
Standards setting bodies
150
Future policy directions
160
The Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture
258
Dispute settlement and the Agreement on Agriculture
264
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270
Traderelated intellectual property TRIPs
307
13
335
Trade and developing countries
367
theory and policy
379
Policy options and prospects for the future
386

Antidumping laws
166
Subsidies countervailing duties and government
190
Domestic administration of countervailing duty laws
205
Rationales for countervailing duty laws
213
Safeguard regimes and domestic adjustment policies
226
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246
Conclusion
394
Trade and labour rights
441
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464
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484
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O autorovi (1999)

Michael J Trebilcock is a University Professor and Robert Howse an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. They are co-authors, with Marsha Chandler, of Trade Transistions, also published by Routledge.

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