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The purpose of the proposed book is twofold: First, it would detail the international and domestic laws that govern trade remedies in the NAFTA zone. Second, it would illustrate the interface of such laws and economic analysis in the course of determining and attributing injury. Since the 1980s lawyers and economists in North America have been collaborating in the area of competition/antitrust. However, this book would be the first to comprehensively cover the interface of trade remedies law and economics across North America.
The authors are perfectly placed to undertake this project: Nick Covelli serves as Legal Counsel in the Legal Services Branch of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal, while Ihn Ho Uhm is Senior Economist in the Research Branch of the Canadian International Trade Tribunal.