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The Resource Global trading system at crossroads : a post-Seattle perspective, Dilip K. Das

Global trading system at crossroads : a post-Seattle perspective, Dilip K. Das

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Global trading system at crossroads : a post-Seattle perspective
Title
Global trading system at crossroads
Title remainder
a post-Seattle perspective
Statement of responsibility
Dilip K. Das
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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1945-
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Das, Dilip K.
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Routledge studies in the modern world economy
Series volume
33
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  • Free trade
  • International trade
  • Uruguay Round
  • World Trade Organization
  • Globalization
  • International economic relations
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Global trading system at crossroads : a post-Seattle perspective, Dilip K. Das
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Global trading system: contemporary scenario. 1.1. The new global trading system. 1.2. Institutional structure. 1.3. Spasmodic trends in trade liberalization. 1.4. Benefiting from trade liberalization. 1.5. Discomfiture from trade liberalization. 1.6. Intransigent labor issues. 1.7. Managing trade liberalization. 1.8. Challenges for the new trading system -- 2. Seattle and its aftermath. 2.1. The need for another round of MTNs. 2.2. Seeds of discord. 2.3. Launching the third Ministerial. 2.4. Mechanics of failure. 2.5. The agenda in parentheses. 2.6. Breakdown of the old GATT process. 2.7. Backlash against globalization. 2.8. Dragons' teeth. 2.9. Prognostications -- 3. The Uruguay Round: implementation and consequences. 3.1. Developing economies in the global trading system. 3.2. The final Uruguay Round agreement. 3.3. Substance and implications. 3.4. Negative consequences. 3.5. NTB regime: comprehending the profusion. 3.6. MFN schedule of the Quad economies. 3.7. The tariff regime at the turn of the century. 3.8. The global trading environment in 2000 -- 4. An action agenda: a post-Seattle perspective. 4.1. Striking a balance. 4.2. Crafting an action agenda. 4.3. Built-in agenda. 4.4. Furthering trade in services. 4.5. Beyond the built-in agenda: potential issues. 4.6. Ongoing issues. 4.7. Passing the "Green Room" 4.8. Opacity and the WTO -- 5. Implications of the forthcoming round: trade liberalization in a dynamic setting. 5.1. Dynamic path of adjustment. 5.2. Mechanisms of CGE models. 5.3. The APG-cubed model. 5.4. The GTAP model. 5.5. The FTAP model and the elimination of barriers to trade in services. 5.6. The Michigan CGE model
Control code
6089650
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvii, 168 p.
Isbn
9780415260152
Lccn
2001019316
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2001019316
  • (DLC) 2001019316
  • 6089650
Label
Global trading system at crossroads : a post-Seattle perspective, Dilip K. Das
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
1. Global trading system: contemporary scenario. 1.1. The new global trading system. 1.2. Institutional structure. 1.3. Spasmodic trends in trade liberalization. 1.4. Benefiting from trade liberalization. 1.5. Discomfiture from trade liberalization. 1.6. Intransigent labor issues. 1.7. Managing trade liberalization. 1.8. Challenges for the new trading system -- 2. Seattle and its aftermath. 2.1. The need for another round of MTNs. 2.2. Seeds of discord. 2.3. Launching the third Ministerial. 2.4. Mechanics of failure. 2.5. The agenda in parentheses. 2.6. Breakdown of the old GATT process. 2.7. Backlash against globalization. 2.8. Dragons' teeth. 2.9. Prognostications -- 3. The Uruguay Round: implementation and consequences. 3.1. Developing economies in the global trading system. 3.2. The final Uruguay Round agreement. 3.3. Substance and implications. 3.4. Negative consequences. 3.5. NTB regime: comprehending the profusion. 3.6. MFN schedule of the Quad economies. 3.7. The tariff regime at the turn of the century. 3.8. The global trading environment in 2000 -- 4. An action agenda: a post-Seattle perspective. 4.1. Striking a balance. 4.2. Crafting an action agenda. 4.3. Built-in agenda. 4.4. Furthering trade in services. 4.5. Beyond the built-in agenda: potential issues. 4.6. Ongoing issues. 4.7. Passing the "Green Room" 4.8. Opacity and the WTO -- 5. Implications of the forthcoming round: trade liberalization in a dynamic setting. 5.1. Dynamic path of adjustment. 5.2. Mechanisms of CGE models. 5.3. The APG-cubed model. 5.4. The GTAP model. 5.5. The FTAP model and the elimination of barriers to trade in services. 5.6. The Michigan CGE model
Control code
6089650
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xvii, 168 p.
Isbn
9780415260152
Lccn
2001019316
System control number
  • (BNAtoc) 2001019316
  • (DLC) 2001019316
  • 6089650

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