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Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements: Commentary and Analysis 2nd

Edited by: Simon Lester, Bryan Mercurio, Lorand Bartels

ISBN13: 9781107063907
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780521878272
Published: December 2015
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £110.00



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The stalling of the Doha Development Round trade negotiations has resulted in bilateral and regional free trade agreements (BRTAs) becoming an important alternative.

These agreements have proliferated in recent years, and now all of the major trading countries are engaging in serious bilateral trade negotiations with multiple trading partners.

Subjects:
International Trade
Contents:
Part I. Introduction
1. Introduction Simon Lester, Bryan Mercurio and Lorand Bartels
Part II. Economics and Politics of PTAs: 2. The economics of PTAs Pravin Krishna
3. The political economy of PTAs Olivier Cattaneo
4. Bilateral and plurilateral PTAs David Evans
Part III. Relationship with WTO and International Law: 5. Legal requirements for PTAs under the WTO Andrew D. Mitchell and Nicolas J. S. Lockhart
6. PTAs and public international law Andrew D. Mitchell, Tania Voon and Elizabeth Sheargold
Part IV. Legal Aspects of PTAs: A Comparative Analysis: 7. Regulatory regionalism in the WTO - are 'deep integration' processes compatible with the multilateral trading system? James H. Mathis
8. Agriculture Timothy E. Josling
9. Services Federico Ortino
10. Investment Joshua P. Meltzer
11. Government procurement Arwel Davies
12. Intellectual property Michael Handler and Bryan Mercurio
13. Social issues: labour, environment and human rights Lorand Bartels
14. Dispute settlement Victoria Donaldson and Simon Lester.