Handbook of Trade Policy for Development by Arvid LukauskasHandbook of Trade Policy for Development by Arvid Lukauskas

Handbook of Trade Policy for Development

EditorArvid Lukauskas, Robert M. Stern, Gianni Zanini

Hardcover | November 10, 2013

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There are many textbooks devoted to international trade but few volumes that survey trade theory, policy, and negotiations in a concise, up-to-date manner from an interdisciplinary perspective. This book provides a comprehensive overview of the issues that dominate both academic discourse andthe policymaking arena in the field of international trade, bringing to bear the insights of economics, law, and political science. It also stands out by virtue of its emphasis on the development implications of trade, an increasingly useful perspective given the deepening liberalization ofdeveloping and emerging market economies and their growing importance in the world economy. The volume examines the full range of trade policy topics that dominate contemporary debates, such as rules of origin, trade in services, competition, public procurement, and trade facilitation, plus emergent controversial topics like trade-related labour standards and environmental issues. Itanalyses the international trade architecture and the institutional and practical aspects of policymaking and negotiations at the unilateral, multilateral, and regional level, as well as the effects of trade on economic growth, inequality, and poverty. It also explores the sharp increase in thenumber of preferential trade agreements and their significance for the global trade system. The treatment of each issue is rigorous, yet highly accessible to anyone with a basic background in economics, law, and international political economy.
Arvid Lukauskas is Executive Director of the Program in Economic Policy Management and the Picker Center for Executive Education at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. He specializes in international and comparative political economy. His recent publications include the books The Political Economy of the ...
Title:Handbook of Trade Policy for DevelopmentFormat:HardcoverDimensions:1056 pages, 9.69 × 6.73 × 0.03 inPublished:November 10, 2013Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:019968040X

ISBN - 13:9780199680405


Table of Contents

1. Arvid Lukauskas, Robert M. Stern, and Gianni Zanini: Introduction and OverviewPart I: The Global Trading System2. Robert M. Stern: The Multilateral Trading System3. Pravin Krishna: Preferential Trade AgreementsPart II: International Trade Theory4. Arvind Panagariya: Comparative Advantage: The Ricardian and Heckscher-Ohlin Theories5. Mary E. Lovely and Devashish Mitra: Trade and the Gains from Trade in the Presence of Decreasing Costs and Imperfect CompetitionPart III: Trade Policy and Trade Liberalization6. Geoffrey A. Jehle: Instruments of Trade Policy7. Soamiely Andriamananjara, Olivier Cadot, and Jean-Marie Grether: Tools for Applied Trade-Policy Analysis: An Introduction8. Arvid Lukauskas: The Political Economy of Protectionism9. Patrick A. Messerlin: The Doha Round10. Wendy E. Takacs: Protective Regimes and Trade Reform11. Tim Josling: Protection, Subsidies, and Agricultural Trade12. Aaditya Mattoo and Gianni Zanini: The Economics of Services Trade: An Overview13. Arvind Panagariya: Miracles and Debacles Revisited14. Salomon Samen: Policy Practices and Institutions for Successful Export Development and Diversification in Developing Countries15. Francisco L. Rivera-Batiz: Trade, Poverty, Inequality, and Gender16. Francisco L. Rivera Batiz: Migration: The Globalization of International Labor Flows, Its Causes and ConsequencesPart IV: Implementing and Negotiating Trading Arrangements for the 21st Century17. Jean-Christophe Maur: Deep Integration in Preferential Trade Agreements18. Paul Brenton: Rules of Origin19. Edward D. Mansfield: Regionalism in the Americas at the Turn of the 21st Century: NAFTA and Mercosur20. Joel P. Trachtman: Safeguards, Anti-dumping, and Subsidies in International Trade Law21. Aaditya Mattoo and Gianni Zanini: Services Trade Agreements and Negotiations: An Overview22. Spencer Henson and Steven Jaffee: Public and Private Food Safety Standards: Compliance Costs and Strategic Opportunities23. Carsten Fink: Intellectual Property Rights: Economic Principles and Trade Rules24. Ana Frischtak and Richard Newfarmer: International Investment Agreements: Investor Protections and Foreign Direct Investment25. Robert Howse: Dispute Settlement in the WTO: A Manual26. Simon J. Evenett: Competition Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements: Options for Policymakers27. Simon Evenett and Bernard Hoekman: Public Procurement28. Andrew Grainger and Gerard McLinden: Trade Facilitation29. Steve Charnovitz: Trade and Environment30. T.N. Srinivasan: International Trade and Labor Standards