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GATS 2000 : New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization - Pierre Sauvé

GATS 2000

New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization

By: Pierre Sauvé (Editor), Robert M. Stern (Editor)

Paperback Published: 1st December 1999
ISBN: 9780815777175
Number Of Pages: 636

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With the negotiation of the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), the policies affecting access to, and conditions of competition in, service markets are today firmly rooted in the multilateral trading system. Written with policymakers and practitioners in mind, the essays in this volume address some of the most pressing questions arising in services trade today—some of which were not addressed by the first generation of GATS negotiators.

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"A thoughtful treatment of a sensitive topic." -- Foreign Affairs

New Directions in Services Trade Liberalization: An Overviewp. 1
Why Are We Doing This? Recalling the Benefits of Services Trade and Investment Liberalization
Assessing Trade in Services by Mode of Supplyp. 33
Measuring Impediments to Trade in Servicesp. 57
Assessing and Improving the Architecture of GATSp. 85
Services Trade Liberalization from Developed and Developing Country Perspectivesp. 112
Commentp. 132
Commentp. 136
Completing the GATS Framework: The Built-In Agenda
Government Procurement of Services and Multilateral Disciplinesp. 143
Deja Vu, or New Beginning for Safeguards and Subsidies Rules in Services Trade?p. 165
What Next for Labor Mobility under GATS?p. 184
Commentp. 211
Commentp. 218
Domestic Regulation and GATS: Regulatory Reform to Effective Market Access
Regulatory Reform and Trade Liberalization in Servicesp. 225
From Policed Regulation to Managed Recognition in GATSp. 241
Market Access through Mutual Recognition: The Promise and Limits of GATS Article VIIp. 283
Commentp. 307
Commentp. 317
Commentp. 322
New Issues on the Horizon: Investment, Competition Policy, and the E-Commerce Revolution
Investment Liberalization in GATSp. 331
Competition Policy and GATSp. 364
Global Electronic Commerce and GATS: The Millennium Round and Beyondp. 399
Commentp. 438
Commentp. 442
GATS 2000: Challenges Ahead
Is There a Better Way? Alternative Approaches to Liberalization under GATSp. 449
Formula Approaches to Improving GATS Commitmentsp. 473
Liberalizing Trade in Services: Reciprocal Negotiations and Regulatory Reformp. 487
GATS and Regional Integrationp. 509
Commentp. 530
Commentp. 536
Commentp. 541
Contributorsp. 543
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ISBN: 9780815777175
ISBN-10: 0815777175
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 636
Published: 1st December 1999
Publisher: BROOKINGS INST
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.74

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