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Introduction to Trade Policy

Introduction to Trade Policy


Routledge (Reino Unido)

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Introduction to Trade Policy provides a comprehensive overview of the rules and regulations that govern trade flow. It discusses the trade policy formulation process of major international economic players, and analyzes existing trade policy tools that countries may resort to in order to take advantage of the benefits of international trade and to protect themselves against its dangers, as well as their implications for trade policy, law and negotiations. In Section I, the book explores the ways in which interest groups interact with government and legislators to shape trade policies. By developing an analytical view of trade policy formulation systems in the U.S., European Union, the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa), Canada, Mexico and Australia, the book will help the reader to gain a better understanding of these countries trade policy developments and also to apply such learning to the analysis of the trade policy formulation of any other countries. Section II goes on to explain how trade policy tools are used by governments to achieve trade and other policy objectives, while Section III analyses trade in services and the multilateral trade rules on Intellectual Property. Finally, Section IV uses hypothetical case studies in simulation exercises to illustrate trade policy decision-making and trade agreement negotiations in a bilateral, plurilateral and multilateral setting. This is the ideal introduction to international trade policy formulation for students and professionals in the areas of law, politics, economics and public policy who are seeking to develop a global view of international trade, gain insights into trade negotiations and understand the motivations behind the policies and actions of governments regarding international trade issues. This book is also the ideal companion to any traditional legal casebook on international trade or on international economic law. INDICE: TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION I TRADE POLICY CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION TO TRADE POLICY CHAPTER 2 - THE U.S. TRADE POLICY SYSTEM CHAPTER 3 - THE E.U.S TRADE POLICY SYSTEM Chapter 4 - BRICS Part 1: The Brazilian Policy System Chapter 5 - BRICS Part 2: The Chinese Trade Policy System Chapter 6 - BRICS Part 3: The Indian Trade Policy System Chapter 7 - BRICS Part 4: The Russian Trade Policy System Chapter 8 - BRICS Part 5: The South African Trade Policy System Chapter 9 - The Trade Policy System in Other Selected Countries PART II TRADE POLICY TOOLS Chapter 10 - Market Access Chapter 11 - Trade Remedies Chapter 12 - Currency Manipulation and Trade Chapter 13 - Regulatory Measures Chapter 14 - Dispute Settlement Chapter 15 - Trade Agreements Chapter 16 - Advanced Analysis of International Trade Agreements Chapter 17 - General Agreement on Trade and Services (GATS) Chapter 18 - The TRIPS Agreement Chapter 19 - Simulation Exercise - Trade Policy Decision-Making Process Chapter 20 - Simulation Exercise - Bilateral Trade Agreement Negotiations Chapter 21 - Simulation Exercise - Plurilateral Trade Agreement Negotiations Chapter 22 - Simulation Exercise - Multilateral Trade agreement negotiations Epilogue - Trade Under Attack List of References

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Ciencias Económicas / Comercio Internacional / Economía

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