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Multilateralizing regionalism

Author: Patrick Low; Richard E Baldwin
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of revised papers from the 'Multilateralizing Regionalism' conference, held at the WTO in September 2007.

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Genre/Form: Conference proceedings
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Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Low; Richard E Baldwin
ISBN: 9780521506014 0521506018 9780521738101 0521738105
OCLC Number: 289070724
Notes: "... conference held on 10-12 September 2007 at the WTO in Geneva"--P. [4] of cover.
Description: xiv, 727 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword Pascal Lamy; Introduction Richard Baldwin and Patrick Low; Part I. Background to Regionalism: 1. An historical perspective of regionalism Theresa Carpenter; 2. The landscape of regional trade arrangements and WTO surveillance Roberto V. Fiorentino, Jo-Ann Crawford and Christelle Toqueboeuf; Part II. Multilateralisaton - Prospects and Past Experience: 3. Beyond tariffs: multilateralising non-tariff RTA commitments Simon Evenett and Patrick Low; Comment S. Miroudot; 4. Multilateralising regionalism: lessons from the EU experience in relaxing rules of origin Michael Gasiorek; 5. The information technology agreement: sui generis or model stepping stone? Catherine Mann and Xuepeng Liu; Comment Alejandro Jara; Part III. Multilateralisation - Sectors and Themes: 6. Services provisions in regional trade agreements: stumbling or building blocks for multilateral liberalization? Carsten Fink and Marion Jansen; 7. Harmonizing preferential rules of origin regimes around the world Jeremy Harris; Comment Olivier Cadot; 8. Legal avenues to 'multilateralising regionalism': beyond article XXIV Joost Pauwelyn; Part IV. Multilateralization - Regional Perspectives: 9. Multilateralising regionalism: case study of African regionalism Peter Draper and Mzukisi Qobo; 10. Multilateralising RTAs in the Americas Antoni Estevadeordal, Matthew Shearer and Kati Suominen; Comment Marcelo Olearraga; 11. Multilateralising regional trade arrangements in Asia Masahiro Kawai and Ganesh Wignaraja; Comment I. Cheong; 12. Fitting Asia-Pacific agreements into the WTO system Gary Hufbauer and Jeffrey Shott; 13. Multilateralising preferential trade agreements: a developing country perspective Bernard Hoekman and L. Alan Winters; Comment P. Levy; 14. The challenge of negotiating RTAs for developing countries. What could the WTO do to help? Jim Rollo; Comment C. Barfield.
Responsibility: edited by Richard Baldwin and Patrick Low.

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