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Author Pomfret, Richard W. T.

Title The economics of regional trading arrangements / Richard Pomfret
Published Oxford, UK : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1997


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 MELB  382.9 Pom/Ear  AVAILABLE
Description xiv, 440 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents 1. Introduction -- Pt. I. History. 2. Evolution of the Most Favoured Nation Principle up to 1929. 3. Commercial Policies in the 1930s. 4. Non-Discrimination in the GATT. 5. Discrimination in International Trade, 1947-1985. 6. Regionalism versus Multilateralism during the Uruguay Round. 7. Regionalism and the World Trade Organization -- Pt. II. Theory. 8. The Mainstream from Viner to the JCM Proposition. 9. Extending the Model. 10. The New Regionalism. 11. Numbers and Geography -- Pt. III. Empirical Evidence. 12. Western European Integration. 13. North America. 14. Other Free Trade Areas and Customs Unions. 15. Trade Preferences for Developing Countries. 16. Global Issues -- Pt. IV. Political Economy. 17. Why do Discriminatory Trading Arrangements Exist? 18. Consequences for the International Trading System. 19. Summary and Prospects -- App. Discriminatory Trading Arrangements between the USA and Canada before CUSTA
Notes Bibliography: p[403]-435. _ Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages [403]-435) and index
Notes Also available online
Subject Commercial policy.
Trade blocs.
LC no. 97026763
ISBN 0198233353