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Informationen zum Autor MARK T. BERGER is Senior Lecturer in the International Studies Program and the Department of Spanish and L... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor MARK T. BERGER is Senior Lecturer in the International Studies Program and the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies! University of New South Wales! AustraliaSHAUN BRESLIN is Professor of Politics and International Studies! University of Warwick! UKDAVID COEN is Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of the MSc in Publicy Policy! School of Public Policy! University College London! UKPEDRO DA MOTTA VEIGA is a Partner at EcoStrat Consultores (Rio de Janeiro! Brazil)ANDREAS FALKE is Professor and Chairholder in International Studies! Business and Economics School! University of Erlangen-Nürnberg! GermanyNIGEL HAWORTH is Professor of Human Resource Development! University of Auckland! New ZealandSTEVE HUGHES is Director of Studies at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne Business School! UKCHRISTOPHER MAY is Reader in IPE! University of the West of England! UKPETER NEWELL is Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies! UKNICOLA PHILLIPS is Hallsworth Research Fellow! University of Manchester! UKTONY PORTER is Professor of Political Science! McMaster University! Hamilton! CanadaMILLS SOKO is completing doctoral research at the University of Warwick! UKIAN TAYLOR is Lecturer in the School of International Relations! University of St Andrews! UKJARROD WIENER is Senior Lecturer in International Relations! University of Kent at Canterbury! UKRORDEN WILKINSON is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and International Political Economy! University of Mancheser! UKMARC WILLIAMS is Professor of International Relations! University of New South Wales! AustraliaSTEPHEN WOOLCOCK is Lecturer in International Relations! London School of Economics and Political Science! UK Klappentext International trade policy lies at the heart of conflicts between north and south and the US and EU in contemporary debates about the international economy. The World Trade Organization has become a target for criticism for non-governmental organizations and tensions between trade policy and other key policy areas such as security and environmental policy have increased. This authoritative collection provides a comprehensive coverage of this key area of international policy in terms of both geographical coverage and key issues. Zusammenfassung International trade policy lies at the heart of conflicts between north and south and the US and EU in contemporary debates about the international economy. Inhaltsverzeichnis Introduction: Trade in Context; D.Kelly & W.Grant PART I: ACTORS The World Trade Organisation and the Regulation of International Trade; R.Wilkinson Civil Society and the World Trading System; M.Williams Business and Government in International Policy-Making; The Transatlantic Business Dialogue as an Emerging Business Style?; D.Coen & W.Grant PART II: ISSUES Trade! Secutiry and Globalisation; D.Kelly Agricultural Trade; W.Grant The Political Economy of International Trade and the Environment; P.Newell From Marrakech to Doha and Beyond: The Tortuous Progress of the Contemporary Trade and Labour Standards Debate; N.Haworth & S.Hughes GATS and the Politics of 'Trade in Services'; J.Wiener Intellectual Property Rights; C.May PART III: REGIONAL DYNAMICS The New Politics of Trade in the Americas; N.Phillips The United States in International Trade Politics: Liberal Leader or Heavy-Handed Hegemon?; T.Porter The Politics of Trade in Brazil; P.da Motta Viega European Union Trade Policy: Domestic Institutions and Systemic Factors; S.Woolcock German Trade Policy: An Oxymoron?; A.Falke The Political Economy of African Trade in the 21st Century; M.Soko The Contradictions and Continuities of South African Trade Policy; I.Taylor From APEC to ASEAN+3? The US-China-Japan Triangle and the Geo-Political Economy of Trade in the Asia-Pacific; M.T.Berger The Politcial Economy of Japanese Trade Policy; D.Kelly China's Trade Policy; S.Bresl...

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MARK T. BERGER is Senior Lecturer in the International Studies Program and the Department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, University of New South Wales, Australia SHAUN BRESLIN is Professor of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick, UK DAVID COEN is Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Director of the MSc in Publicy Policy, School of Public Policy, University College London, UK PEDRO DA MOTTA VEIGA is a Partner at EcoStrat Consultores (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) ANDREAS FALKE is Professor and Chairholder in International Studies, Business and Economics School, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany NIGEL HAWORTH is Professor of Human Resource Development, University of Auckland, New Zealand STEVE HUGHES is Director of Studies at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne Business School, UK CHRISTOPHER MAY is Reader in IPE, University of the West of England, UK PETER NEWELL is Research Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, UK NICOLA PHILLIPS is Hallsworth Research Fellow, University of Manchester, UK TONY PORTER is Professor of Political Science, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada MILLS SOKO is completing doctoral research at the University of Warwick, UK IAN TAYLOR is Lecturer in the School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK JARROD WIENER is Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Kent at Canterbury, UK RORDEN WILKINSON is Senior Lecturer in International Relations and International Political Economy, University of Mancheser, UK MARC WILLIAMS is Professor of International Relations, University of New South Wales, Australia STEPHEN WOOLCOCK is Lecturer in International Relations, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

Klappentext

Reflecting current debates and concerns within academic and policy circles, this substantial edited book provides wide-ranging and in-depth commentary on contemporary developments in the politics of international trade. The book is divided into three major sections dealing, in order, with key actors (states and firms, the WTO, civil society), issues (security, agriculture, services, intellectual property environment, labour standards) and regional dynamics (focusing on regions and regionalism, and on trade politics in major states in each of these) in international trade.



Zusammenfassung
International trade policy lies at the heart of conflicts between north and south and the US and EU in contemporary debates about the international economy.

Inhalt
Introduction: Trade in Context; D.Kelly & W.Grant PART I: ACTORS The World Trade Organisation and the Regulation of International Trade; R.Wilkinson Civil Society and the World Trading System; M.Williams Business and Government in International Policy-Making; The Transatlantic Business Dialogue as an Emerging Business Style?; D.Coen & W.Grant PART II: ISSUES Trade, Secutiry and Globalisation; D.Kelly Agricultural Trade; W.Grant The Political Economy of International Trade and the Environment; P.Newell From Marrakech to Doha and Beyond: The Tortuous Progress of the Contemporary Trade and Labour Standards Debate; N.Haworth & S.Hughes GATS and the Politics of 'Trade in Services'; J.Wiener Intellectual Property Rights; C.May PART III: REGIONAL DYNAMICS The New Politics of Trade in the Americas; N.Phillips The United States in International Trade Politics: Liberal Leader or Heavy-Handed Hegemon?; T.Porter The Politics of Trade in Brazil; P.da Motta Viega European Union Trade Policy: Domestic Institutions and Systemic Factors; S.Woolcock German Trade Policy: An Oxymoron?; A.Falke The Political Economy of African Trade in the 21st Century; M.Soko The Contradictions and Continuities of South African Trade Policy; I.Taylor From APEC to ASEAN+3? The US-China-Japan Triangle and the Geo-Political Economy of Trade in the Asia-Pacific; M.T.Berger The Politcial Economy of Japanese Trade Policy; D.Kelly China's Trade Policy; S.Breslin

Produktinformationen

Titel: The Politics of International Trade in the 21st Century
Untertitel: Actors, Issues and Regional Dynamics
Andere:
Editor:
EAN: 9781403904836
ISBN: 978-1-4039-0483-6
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 374
Gewicht: 739g
Größe: H234mm x B234mm x T156mm
Jahr: 2005
Auflage: 2005

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