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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Europe, Canada and the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement.
Hoboken : Taylor & Francis, ©2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|ISBN:||9781136741319 1136741313 9780203819173 0203819179|
|Description:||1 online resource (345 pages)|
|Contents:||Europe, Canada and the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement; Copyright; Contents; List of figures and tables; List of contributors; Preface; 1 Canada and the EU: shaping transatlantic relations in the twenty-first century; PART IDriving forces and motifs for the project of a comprehensive economic partnership: the case of the EU; 2 European Union trade policy: the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) towards a new generation of FTAs?; 3 Who scripts European trade policies? Business-government relations in the EU-Canada partnership negotiations. 4 What is new with the new trade policy of the EU?PART IICanada and the global political economy; 5 The politics and pitfalls of the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement; 6 NAFTA unplugged? Canada's three economies and free trade with the EU; 7 Provincial pitfalls: Canadian provinces and the Canada-EU trade negotiations; 8 Federalism, separatism and international trade: the Canadian case; PART IIIRegulatory and tax regimes; 9 A Canadian perspective on the EU's financial architecture. 10 Explaining the diverging regulatory approaches to risk regulation between Canada and the EU: the case of genetically modified food labeling11 Canada, capital movements, and the European Union: some tax implications; 12 EU investment treaty-making after Lisbon; PART IVBeyond "traditional" trade agreements; 13 Lessons for Canadian climate policy? Insights from the EUETS' first phase; 14 Facing climate change across the Atlantic: how far apart are Europe and North America?; 15 Euro area stability in a time of crisis; 16 Macroeconomic imbalances and sovereign debt markets. 17 Disillusioned with the dollar but unconvinced by the euro: China and global currency competition in the wake of the global financial crisis18 What next? An outlook for the near future; Index.|