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International Trade Law

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ISBN13: 9780754620488
ISBN: 0754620484
Published: August 2003
Publisher: Routledge
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

Drawn from across a number of disciplines, the studies in this key volume explore issues in international trade law. Contributors outline the principles of international trade, present the theoretical explanation for the effects of trade policy and examine trade law in operation, allowing readers to understand the process by which international trade operates.

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Part I General Principles of International Trade: Paul R. Krugman (1987), Is Free Trade Passe?; Michael J. Trebilcock (1988), The Case for Free Trade. Part II Trade Politics - The Theory of Rent Seeking: Anne O. Krueger (1974), The Political Economy of the Rent-Seeking Society; Jagdish N. Bhagwati (1982), Directly Unproductive, Profit-Seeking (DUP) Activities. Part III Trade Policies in Action - Liberalism or Protectionism?: Judith Goldstein (1986), The Political Economy of Trade - Institutions of Protection; J. M. Finger, H. Keith Hall, and Douglas R. Nelson (1982), The Political Economy of Administered Protection; Kenneth W. Abbott (1985), The Trading Nation's Dilemma - The Functions of the Law of International Trade. Part IV Design and Implementation of The Trade Laws: Alan O. Sykes (1991), Protectionism as a ""Safeguard"" - A Positive Analysis of the GATT ""Escape Clause"" with Normative Speculations; Charles J. Goetz, Lloyd Granet and Warren F. Schwartz (1986), The Meaning of ""Subsidy"" and ""Injury"" in the Countervailing Duty Law; John J. Barcelo III (1972), Antidumping Laws as Barriers to Trade - The United States and the International Antidumping Code; Richard D. Boltuck (1987), An Economic Analysis of Dumping; Ronald A. Cass and Michael S. Knoll (1997), The Economics of ""Injury"" in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Cases - A Reply to Professor Sykes; Douglas A. Irwin (2000), Do We Need the WTO?; Robert E. Hudec (1987), ""Transcending the Ostensible"" - Some Reflections on the Nature of Litigation Between Governments; John H. Jackson (2001), The WTO ""Constitution"" and Proposed Reforms - Seven ""Mantras"" Revisited; John O. McGinnis and Mark L. Movsesian (2000), The World Trade Constitution.