Doha and Beyond: The Future of the Multilateral Trading System by Mike MooreDoha and Beyond: The Future of the Multilateral Trading System by Mike Moore

Doha and Beyond: The Future of the Multilateral Trading System

EditorMike Moore

Hardcover | March 8, 2004

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Bringing together members of the former WTO Director General's advisory group (formed to provide expert advice before and after the Doha Ministerial Conference), nine experts explore issues pertinent to the ongoing progress in negotiations. The volume offers a comprehensive summary of key issues facing the WTO as it moves forward and should prove essential reading for trade negotiators and scholars concerned with the post-Cancoun agenda.
Title:Doha and Beyond: The Future of the Multilateral Trading SystemFormat:HardcoverDimensions:208 pages, 8.98 × 5.98 × 0.63 inPublished:March 8, 2004Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0521833434

ISBN - 13:9780521833431

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Table of Contents

Notes on contributors; Introduction; 1. Trade and sustainable development in the WTO after Doha Konrad Von Moltke; 2. WTO - the institutional contradictions LeRoy Trotman; 3. China's entry into the WTO and its impact on the global economic system Koichi Hamada; 4. Key challenges facing the WTO Robert E Baldwin; 5. Development dimensions in multilateral trade negotiations T. Ademola Oyejide; 6. External transparency: the policy process at the national level of the two level game Sylvia Ostry; 7. Trading for development: how to assist poor countries Jagdish Bhagwati; 8. Controlling corruption: a key to development-orientated trade Peter Eigen; 9. The impact of EC enlargement on WTO A. Messerlin; Index.

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'This book ought to be read by everyone with an interest in the international trading system, in the role of the WTO in that system, in the issues on the agenda in the Doha Round, and in the ability of the Round to deliver on that agenda, It is a thought-provoking contribution to the literature.' Donald MacLaren, Journal of World Trade Review