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Global Governance through Trade: EU Policies and Approaches

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Edited by: Jan Wouters, Axel Marx, Bregt Natens

ISBN13: 9781783477753
Published: November 2015
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £95.00



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The 'new generation' of EU trade policies aims to advance public goods - such as promoting sustainable development, protecting human rights and enhancing governance in third states. These developments raise important questions surrounding extraterritoriality, coherence and legitimacy.

In Global Governance through Trade leading scholars provide a cohesive overview of relevant papers and case studies to answer these questions and provide an in-depth assessment of the European Union's new trade policies.

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Subjects:
International Trade, EU Law
Contents:
1. Global Governance Through Trade: An Introduction
Axel Marx, Bregt Natens, Dylan Geraets and Jan Wouters

PART I DEFINING GOVERNANCE THROUGH TRADE
2. Market Power Europe and New EU Trade Policies
Chad Damro
3. Good Global Governance through Trade: Constitutional Moorings
Joris Larik

PART II ‘EXPORTING’ SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE THROUGH BILATERAL CONDITIONAL MARKET ACCESS
4. Human Rights and Sustainable Development Obligations in EU Free Trade Agreements
Lorand Bartels
5. Strengthening Sustainable Development through Regional Trade Agreements
Rafael Leal-Arcas and Catherine M. Wilmarth
6. The Climate Change Norms under the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement: Between Soft and Hard Law
Nicolas A.J. Croquet
7. Does Integrating Labour Provisions in Free Trade Agreements Make a Difference? An Exploratory Analysis of Freedom of Association and Collective Bargaining Rights in 13 EU Trade Partners
Axel Marx and Jadir Soares

PART III ‘EXPORTING’ SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE THROUGH UNILATERAL CONDITIONAL MARKET ACCESS
8. The EU GSP: A Preference for Human Rights and Good Governance? The Case of Myanmar
Laura Beke and Nicolas Hachez
9. One Step Forward: The European Union Generalised System of Preferences and Labor Rights in the Garment Industry in Bangladesh
James Yap
10. Extraterritorial Regulation of Natural Resources: A Functional Approach
Cedric Ryngaert and Marieke Koekkoek
11. Governing Through Trade in Compliance with WTO Law – A Case Study of the European Union Timber Regulation
Dylan Geraets and Bregt Natens
12. Reaching Out for Green Policies - National Environmental Policies in the WTO Legal Order
Petros C. Mavroidis
13. Just Sue the Bastards? An Assessment of the Alternative to Negative Harmonisation of Regulatory Priorities
Geert van Calster
14. Conclusion
Jan Wouters, Axel Marx, Dylan Geraets and Bregt Natens

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