2 edition of Trade regulation in a global economy found in the catalog.
Trade regulation in a global economy
Anne E. Brunsdale
by Ontario Centre for International Business, International Business & Trade Law Programme in [Toronto, Ont.]
Written in English
|Statement||by Anne E. Brunsdale.|
|Series||[Working paper series] -- WP 1990-(27), Working paper series (Ontario Centre for International Business. International Business & Trade Law Programme) -- WP 1990-(27)|
|Contributions||Ontario Centre for International Business. International Business & Trade Law Programme., University of Toronto. Faculty of Law., Osgoode Hall Law School.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13, iii p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
A dozen years ago, in his book The Future offtsiness Regulation, Murray Weidenbaum, who served as chairma n of President Reagan's Council of Economic Advi- sors, outlined an analytical paradigm. Regulation Matter? 1. Aim and scope of this book 2. Labour in the new global economy 3. Dilemmas of labour laws 4. The case for transnational regulation 1. Aim and scope of this book This aim of this book is to examine the new methods of transnational labour regulation1 tha t are emergin g in respons e to economi c globalisation.
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The most comprehensive account of trade and regulation on a global scale, this book analyzes the regulatory dimensions of all major international and regional trade agreements and treaties, including GATT, NAFTA, the Free Trade Agreement between Canada and the United States, and the treaties that created the European Community and by: Trading Up: Consumer and Environmental Regulation in a Global Economy (Harvard University PressISBN ) is a book by UC Berkeley political scientist and business professor, David Vogel.
It examines the impact of free trade on environmental regulations. The focus of globalisation studies is on how global processes can be better regulated in order to deliver both economic growth and social justice. The book focuses primarily upon the issues, organizations and individuals in the US that influence labour regulation - NAFTA, the US GSP programme, trade unions, activists and "grass roots" movements.
Major attention is also given to corresponding European Union and International Labour Organisation issues, organizations and by: Labor Regulation in a Global Economy.
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The book focuses primarily upon the issues, organizations and individuals in the US that influence labour regulation - NAFTA, the US GSP programme, trade unions, activists and "grass roots" movements. Major attention is also given to corresponding European Union and International Labour Organisation issues, organizations and individuals.
The Japan-led Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPPA) of is the most far-reaching 'megaregional' economic agreement in force, with several major countries beyond its eleven negotiating countries also interested.
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economy have been “negative and substantial.” They estimate that GDP would now be more than three times larger if federal “regulation had remained at its level.”. Wilson Center. "Chapter 3: Trade Agreements and Economic Theory." Accessed J Global Policy Forum. "Agricultural Subsidies." Accessed J United States Census Bureau.
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Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 88 – Words7 Pages Since the global power shift caused by the advent of new political arena - international organization, the importance of international trade regulation mechanisms has risen. Currently, out of dozens of such mechanisms, the World Trade Organization performs its role of the most prominent international economic organization.
Book Reviews Trading Up: Consumer and Environmental Regulation in a Global Economy by David Vogel Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press,pp. xiii, ; index.
Graham Davis It is now almost fact within economic circles that environmental standards tend to rise with per capita income. And so, with trade agreements expected to increase the. research and public debate on international trade and trade policies. Inthe Fourth Global Review of Aid for Trade (AFT) and the WCP Annual Conference were held in Geneva.
As part of these events, the 14 WTO Chairs were invited to make contributions on the challenges of connecting to global value chains.
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International trade is the exchange of capital, goods, and services across international borders or territories because there is a need or want of goods or services.
In most countries, such trade represents a significant share of gross domestic product (GDP). While international trade has existed throughout history (for example Uttarapatha, Silk Road, Amber Road, scramble for.
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Summary: In this pioneering work, David Vogel integrates environmental, consumer, and trade policy, and explicitly challenges the conventional wisdom that trade liberalization and agreements to promote free trade invariably undermine national health, safety, and environmental standards.
The Global Economic Crisis: Systemic Failures and Multilateral Remedies iv Global economic decision-making xThe crisis has made it all too clear that globalization of trade and finance calls for global cooperation and global regulation.
There are many regulations and jurisdictions in global financial and trade markets. The Financial Times defines financial regulation as “laws and rules that govern what financial institutions such as banks, brokers and investment companies can do.”.
Increasing economic competition combined with the powerful threat of transnational activism are pushing firms to develop new political strategies. Over the past decade a growing number of corporations have adopted policies of industry self-regulation—corporate codes of conduct, social and environmental standards, and auditing and monitoring s: 1.Regulation of International Trade Traditionally, trade was regulated through bilateral treaties between two nations.
After World War II, as free trade emerged as the dominant doctrine, multilateral treaties like the GATT and World Trade Organization (WTO) became the principal regime for regulating global trade.