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Global Protectionism - Professor David Greenaway

Global Protectionism

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The last two decades have seen significant changes in the pattern of protectionism, both in terms of the instruments used, and the countries affected. The papers in this volume address all aspects of global protectionism. As well as evaluating aspects of regional protectionism, the papers also address new issues such as trade in services and trade related investment measures. The contributors are drawn from Western Europe, North America, Japan and Latin America, reflecting the breadth of coverage of the volume.

Trends in world trade and protection, David Greenaway and Robert C. Hine; protection of manufactures in the United States, Edward J.Ray; restructuring the Japanese economy - policies and performance, Ippei Yamazawa; protection in the European community before and after 1992, Robert C.Hine; agricultural protection in industrialized countries, Bruce Gardner; international trade in services - the real issues, V.N.Balasubramanyam; why are we negotiating on TRIMS?, David Greenaway; export restraints - proliferation and options for re-tariffication, Wendy E.Takacs; graduation and reciprocity, Chris R.Milner; recent trade liberalization in the developing world - what is behind it and where is it headed?, John Whalley; agricultural trade, the GATT, and LDCs, C.A.Primo Braga and Geraldo M.Vasconcellos.

ISBN: 9780333529690
ISBN-10: 0333529693
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 310
Published: 30th October 1991
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.3 x 14.5  x 2.1
Weight (kg): 0.56
Edition Number: 2