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The WTO and the Political Economy of Trade Policy

By: Wilfred J Ethier and Arye L Hillman
Publisher: Edward Elgar
The WTO and the Political Economy of Trade Policy
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This indispensable volume brings together the key contributions to the academic literature on the subject of the political economy of trade policy. Topics covered include unilateral and multilateral trade policies, international trade agreements and administered protection. In their comprehensive introduction, the editors present an insightful discussion of the political economy approach, the development of multilateral trade agreements, the trade and internal motives that guide unilateral trade policy and the features that characterise unilateralism. This volume is essential for professors, researchers and policymakers concerned with international trade policy.

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By: Wilfred J Ethier and Arye L Hillman
Publisher: Edward Elgar
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