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The Political Economy of International Trade : U.S. Trade Laws, Policy, and Social Cost

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The Political Economy of International Trade : U.S. Trade Laws, Policy, and Social Cost
Title
The Political Economy of International Trade
Title remainder
U.S. Trade Laws, Policy, and Social Cost
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
As both trade deficits and fiscal deficits steadily increased during the 1980s in the U.S., free trade has not stood without its share of suffering. Chung investigates American trade policy from the perspectives of U.S. trade laws and international trade agreements by outlining the primary trade laws of the past; considering the trade laws of the present; and delving into various trade agreements, disputes, and reforms
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Chung, Jae Wan
Dewey number
  • 343.73/087
  • 343.73087
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Foreign trade regulation
  • United States
  • United States
Label
The Political Economy of International Trade : U.S. Trade Laws, Policy, and Social Cost
Instantiates
Publication
Note
9.4 Trade Remedy Policy and Trade Disparity
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-228) and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Abbreviations; Preface; Acknowledgments; PART I: U.S. TRADE LAWS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS; 1 Constitutional Mandate of Trade Policy and Trade Protection; 1.1 Trade Legislation and Trade Policy; 1.2 Procedures for Trade Legislation; 1.3 Causes of Protective Trade Legislation; 1.4 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 2 Primary Trade Laws in the Past; 2.1 The Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930; 2.2 The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act of 1934; 2.3 Trade Expansion Act of 1962; 2.4 Trade Reform Act of 1974
  • 2.5 Trade Agreements Act of 19792.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 3 Trade Law of the Present Era: An Overview; 3.1 Background and Purpose of OTCA; 3.2 Legislation; 3.3 Statutory Composition and Trade Remedy Laws; 3.4 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 3.1: House Votes on H.R. 4848; Appendix 3.2: Senate Votes on H.R. 4848; Notes; 4 Principal Trade Policy Instruments; 4.1 Enforcement of U.S. Rights and Responses to Foreign Unfair Trade Practices; 4.2 Identification of Trade Liberalization Priorities; 4.3 Identification of Intellectual Property Rights Priorities; 4.4 Countervailing Duties
  • 4.5 Antidumping Duties4.6 Safeguard Measure; 4.7 Antecedents of Trade Remedy Statutes; 4.8 Other Provisions; 4.9 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 5 The World Trade Framework; 5.1 Multilateral Agreements; 5.2 Regional Agreements; 5.3 Bilateral Agreements; 5.4 Recent Development of Multilateral Agreements; 5.5 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 5.1: House Roll Call Votes on the Uruguay Round; Appendix 5.2: Senate Roll Call Votes on the Uruguay Round; Appendix 5.3: Highlights of the U.S.-Canada Trade Pact; Notes; PART II: U.S. TRADE POLICY, SOCIAL COST, AND POLICY REFORM
  • 6 Trade Policy Institutions6.1 The Legislative Branch; 6.2 The Executive Branch; 6.3 The International Trade Commission; 6.4 Private Sector Advisory Committees; 6.5 Policy Implications; 6.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 7 Trade Policy in Action; 7.1 Trade Policy under Multilateral Agreements; 7.2 Trade Policy under Regional Agreements; 7.3 Bilateral Initiatives; 7.4 Enforcement Activities by Trade Remedy Measures; 7.5 Future Course of U.S. Trade Policy; 7.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 8 Trade Disputes and Settlements; 8.1 Foreign Trade Barriers
  • 8.2 Complaints about U.S. Trade Remedy Policy8.3 Are the U.S. Trade Remedy Statutes in Accord with Multilateral Agreements?; 8.4 Trade Disputes and Settlements; 8.5 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 8.1: Disputes Brought to the WTO by the United States against Foreign Countries; Appendix 8.2: Disputes Brought to the WTO by Foreign Countries against the United States; Notes; 9 Adjudicatory Behavior of Trade Policy Institutions and Effectiveness of Trade Remedy Policy; 9.1 Determinants of Petition; 9.2 ITC's Decision-Making Behavior; 9.3 Effectiveness of Trade Remedy Policy
Control code
ocn856869630
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (269 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299797321
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)856869630
Label
The Political Economy of International Trade : U.S. Trade Laws, Policy, and Social Cost
Publication
Note
9.4 Trade Remedy Policy and Trade Disparity
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 215-228) and index
Contents
  • Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; Abbreviations; Preface; Acknowledgments; PART I: U.S. TRADE LAWS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS; 1 Constitutional Mandate of Trade Policy and Trade Protection; 1.1 Trade Legislation and Trade Policy; 1.2 Procedures for Trade Legislation; 1.3 Causes of Protective Trade Legislation; 1.4 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 2 Primary Trade Laws in the Past; 2.1 The Smoot-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930; 2.2 The Reciprocal Trade Agreements Act of 1934; 2.3 Trade Expansion Act of 1962; 2.4 Trade Reform Act of 1974
  • 2.5 Trade Agreements Act of 19792.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 3 Trade Law of the Present Era: An Overview; 3.1 Background and Purpose of OTCA; 3.2 Legislation; 3.3 Statutory Composition and Trade Remedy Laws; 3.4 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 3.1: House Votes on H.R. 4848; Appendix 3.2: Senate Votes on H.R. 4848; Notes; 4 Principal Trade Policy Instruments; 4.1 Enforcement of U.S. Rights and Responses to Foreign Unfair Trade Practices; 4.2 Identification of Trade Liberalization Priorities; 4.3 Identification of Intellectual Property Rights Priorities; 4.4 Countervailing Duties
  • 4.5 Antidumping Duties4.6 Safeguard Measure; 4.7 Antecedents of Trade Remedy Statutes; 4.8 Other Provisions; 4.9 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 5 The World Trade Framework; 5.1 Multilateral Agreements; 5.2 Regional Agreements; 5.3 Bilateral Agreements; 5.4 Recent Development of Multilateral Agreements; 5.5 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 5.1: House Roll Call Votes on the Uruguay Round; Appendix 5.2: Senate Roll Call Votes on the Uruguay Round; Appendix 5.3: Highlights of the U.S.-Canada Trade Pact; Notes; PART II: U.S. TRADE POLICY, SOCIAL COST, AND POLICY REFORM
  • 6 Trade Policy Institutions6.1 The Legislative Branch; 6.2 The Executive Branch; 6.3 The International Trade Commission; 6.4 Private Sector Advisory Committees; 6.5 Policy Implications; 6.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 7 Trade Policy in Action; 7.1 Trade Policy under Multilateral Agreements; 7.2 Trade Policy under Regional Agreements; 7.3 Bilateral Initiatives; 7.4 Enforcement Activities by Trade Remedy Measures; 7.5 Future Course of U.S. Trade Policy; 7.6 Summary and Conclusions; Notes; 8 Trade Disputes and Settlements; 8.1 Foreign Trade Barriers
  • 8.2 Complaints about U.S. Trade Remedy Policy8.3 Are the U.S. Trade Remedy Statutes in Accord with Multilateral Agreements?; 8.4 Trade Disputes and Settlements; 8.5 Summary and Conclusions; Appendix 8.1: Disputes Brought to the WTO by the United States against Foreign Countries; Appendix 8.2: Disputes Brought to the WTO by Foreign Countries against the United States; Notes; 9 Adjudicatory Behavior of Trade Policy Institutions and Effectiveness of Trade Remedy Policy; 9.1 Determinants of Petition; 9.2 ITC's Decision-Making Behavior; 9.3 Effectiveness of Trade Remedy Policy
Control code
ocn856869630
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (269 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781299797321
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)856869630

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