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Informationen zum Autor Diana Tussie is Senior Research Fellow in the International Relations Department at FLASCO - Argentina. T... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Diana Tussie is Senior Research Fellow in the International Relations Department at FLASCO - Argentina. Klappentext This book is the first assessment of the trade and environment debate as viewed by a team of researchers in developing countries. It covers international negotiations on the environment and analyzes how these affect developing country concerns. It dissects forestry and agriculture! two sectors crucial to developing countries! and reviews the contribution made by regional integration schemes. A case study on South Africa surveys exporters' concerns with environmentally motivated measures in international markets and another paper reviews the contribution of voluntary market initiatives! such as ecolabelling and international standards. Zusammenfassung A case study on South Africa surveys exporters' concerns with environmentally motivated measures in international markets and another paper reviews the contribution of voluntary market initiatives! such as ecolabelling and international standards. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction; D.Tussie SECTION I: CASE-STUDIES The Case of a Renewable Natural Resource: Timber Extraction and Trade; P.Saez Agriculture and the Environment in Developing Countries: The Challenge of Trade Liberalisation; G.Gutman Environment-related Voluntary Market Upgrading Initiatives and International Trade: Eco-labelling Schemes and the ISO 14.000 Series; P.da Motta Veiga International Pressure and Environmental Performance: The Experience of South African Exporters; L.Bethlehem SECTION II: GENERAL ISSUES The International Negotiation of PPMs: Possible! Appropriate! Convenient? D.Tussie & P.Vasquez Lessons from Trade Theory for Environmental Economics; P.Sen SECTION III: INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE Global Governance and the Comparative Political Advantage of Regional Cooperation ; H.Hveem Trade Restrictions for the Global Environment: The Case of the Montreal Protocol; J.Krueger Lessons from the Mexican Environmental Experience: First Results from NAFTA; C.Schatan Regional Integration and Building Blocks: The Case of Mercosur; D.Tussie & P.Vasquez Environmental Cooperation in ASEAN; F.Wiebe Conclusions: The Environmental and International Trade Negotiations: Open Loops in the Developing World; D.Tussie ...

Klappentext

This book is the first assessment of the trade and environment debate as viewed by a team of researchers in developing countries. It covers international negotiations on the environment and analyzes how these affect developing country concerns. It dissects forestry and agriculture, two sectors crucial to developing countries, and reviews the contribution made by regional integration schemes. A case study on South Africa surveys exporters' concerns with environmentally motivated measures in international markets and another paper reviews the contribution of voluntary market initiatives, such as ecolabelling and international standards.



Zusammenfassung
A case study on South Africa surveys exporters' concerns with environmentally motivated measures in international markets and another paper reviews the contribution of voluntary market initiatives, such as ecolabelling and international standards.

Inhalt

Introduction; D.Tussie SECTION I: CASE-STUDIES The Case of a Renewable Natural Resource: Timber Extraction and Trade; P.Saez Agriculture and the Environment in Developing Countries: The Challenge of Trade Liberalisation; G.Gutman Environment-related Voluntary Market Upgrading Initiatives and International Trade: Eco-labelling Schemes and the ISO 14.000 Series; P.da Motta Veiga International Pressure and Environmental Performance: The Experience of South African Exporters; L.Bethlehem SECTION II: GENERAL ISSUES The International Negotiation of PPMs: Possible, Appropriate, Convenient? D.Tussie & P.Vasquez Lessons from Trade Theory for Environmental Economics; P.Sen SECTION III: INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE Global Governance and the Comparative Political Advantage of Regional Cooperation ; H.Hveem Trade Restrictions for the Global Environment: The Case of the Montreal Protocol; J.Krueger Lessons from the Mexican Environmental Experience: First Results from NAFTA; C.Schatan Regional Integration and Building Blocks: The Case of Mercosur; D.Tussie & P.Vasquez Environmental Cooperation in ASEAN; F.Wiebe Conclusions: The Environmental and International Trade Negotiations: Open Loops in the Developing World; D.Tussie

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Enviroment and International Trage Negotiation
Untertitel: Developing Country Stakes
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Editor:
EAN: 9780333763223
ISBN: 978-0-333-76322-3
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 280
Gewicht: g
Größe: H24mm x B225mm x T148mm
Jahr: 1999
Auflage: 1999

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