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Trade and Cooperation with the European Union in the New Millenium

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Edited by: Saunders, Triggs

ISBN13: 9789041117786
ISBN: 9041117784
Published: March 2002
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £153.00

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This is the second volume in the series ""Melbourne Studies in Comparative and International Law"". It contains the revised and updated versions of papers presented at the conference ""Trade and Cooperation with the European Union in the New Millennium"", held at The University of Melbourne from 14-15 December 2000. The collection, by leading international scholars and practitioners, explores the current and future challenges which the European Union presents to Australia and Australasia, and addresses broader issues of globalization of markets and harmonization of international trade law.

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Preface. Acknowledgments. Welcome Speech -- The Hon Sir Antony Mason AC KBE. Part I: The European Union and Globalisation.
1. The European Union and Globalisation; D. Robertson.
2. Competition and Globalisation; A. Fels. Part II: Looking out from the European Union.
3. The Common Agricultural Policy; E. Sharpston.
4. The Common Agricultural Policy; M. Cremona.
5. New Membership Bids into the EU and their Impact on Trade with Australia and Asia; C. Hillion.
6. Looking Out From Inside; P. Nowina-Konopka. Part III: Looking out from the European Union.
7. After the Battle in Seattle: Civil Society and Governments; Environment, Labour and Trade; S. Tay.
8. Australia and the EU -- Trade and Environment -- Diverging Perspectives; A. Oxley. Part IV: The European Union and Intellectual Property.
9. Case Study: Regulation of IPRS in the EU
Part I: Industrial Property: Patents and Trade Marks; B. Cornish.
10. Regulation of Intellectual Property Rights in Malaysia; K.L. Tee. Part V: Australia and South East Asia: European Union Trade and Co-Operation.
11. APEC and the ASEM Process: The Future of South East Asian -- EU Co-operation; H. Soesastro.
12. The Future of South East Asian -- Eu Co-operation; A. MacDonald.
13. Australia's Relations with the EU: Branch Office or Independent Actor? P. Murray. `Collective Amnesia' of Europe v Engagement with Asia: Forging a Middle Path for Australia in the Age of Regionalism; A. Ward. Concluding Remarks -- The Hon Sir Anthony Mason AC KBE. Index.