8 edition of Regionalism, multilateralism, and deeper integration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references ( p. 143-150) and index.
|Statement||Robert Z. Lawrence.|
|Series||Integrating national economies|
|LC Classifications||HF1418.5 .L388 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|ISBN 10||0815751826, 0815751818|
|LC Control Number||95026205|
Free 2-day shipping. Buy Integrating National Economies: Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Deeper Integration (Paperback) at His most recent coauthored book is The Myth of the Global Corporation (Princeton University Press, ). multilateralism, and regionalism.3 All the speakers systematically presaged 10 Robert Z. Lawrence, Regionalism, Multilateralism and Deeper Integration (Washington, DC: Brookings, ), 8.
Multilateralism versus Regionalism in World Trade Łukasz Nazarko MULTILATERALISM VERSUS REGIONALISM 1 B. Bora, Book review, World Trade Review , , pp. RTAs can also be used by some countries as a vehicle for promoting deeper integration of their economies than is presently available through the WTO, partic-. In the Whirlwind of Globalization and Multilateralism: The Case of Emerging Regionalism in Latin America By Diana Tussie The integration of a growing number of developing countries into world markets, most particularly those Latin American economies for a long time both forgotten and self-excluded, is a clear example of a transformation taking.
The book deals with both the short and the long-run effects of the Uruguay Round: the reduction in the obstacles to trade, the enlargement of the multilateral system, the new institutional framework and the balance between regionalism and multilateralism in world trade relations. In a thorough analysis of the politics, and dynamics of regionalism, the book considers the relationship between regionalism, and multilateralism, and explores the economic advantages of non-discriminatory trade liberalization, which the authors argue should be exploited to the maximum extent.
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Robert Z. Lawrence, Robert Lawrence. Brookings Institution, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. Over the past decade. Regionalism, multilateralism, and deeper integration. [Robert Z Lawrence; Brookings Institution.] -- Over the past decade, international economic liberalization has been pursued through both multilateral and regional arrangements.
Regionalism, multilateralism, and deeper integration by Robert Z. Lawrence Published by Brookings Institution in Washington, by: The authors conclude that regional trade agreements have led to deeper integration in a number of fields, and that the regional processes and rules have been consistent with the multilateral.
Although the concept of deeper integration is imprecise, it does imply a The intention of this book is to evaluate the impact of a selection of regional agreements on the regulatory structure of the parties to the agreement. It also addresses whether or not recent RTAs have led to in- Regionalism, Multilateralism and Economic.
Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Economic Integration examines a number of very different regional agreements and finds that there is no one model for what constitutes deeper integration. Each of the agreements under review is the result of an attempt to achieve very different policy objectives.
Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Deeper Integration By Robert Z. Lawrence Brookings Institutuion, Read preview Overview The Political Economy of International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of Robert E.
Hudec By Daniel L. Kennedy; James D. Southwick Cambridge University Press, Baldwin () framed the Domino theory of regionalism as a response to the arguments of why economies have a preference for regional integration agreements as compared to multilateral liberalization. Author indicated that alarms like deeper integration of an already existing regional block could lead to requests of membership from.
This volume extends the literature on it by examining regionalism from the viewpoint of developing countries, by providing a comprehensive account of existing theory and empirical results, by incorporating the findings of formal analyses of the politics and dynamics of regionalism, and by analyzing issues of credibility, deep integration, and.
The question of ‘regionalism’, defined broadly as preferential trade agreements among a subset of nations, is a longstanding one. As with all great issues, economists have long been divided on the wisdom of such arrangements. Regionalism, multilateralism, and deeper integration.
[Robert Z Lawrence; Brookings Institution.] -- Over the past decade, international economic liberalization has been pursued through both multilateral and regional arrangements. In the Uruguay Round, more than one hundred governments pledged their.
DOI link for Regionalism and Global Economic Integration. Regionalism and Global Economic Integration book. Europe, Asia and the Americas. Edited By William D. Coleman, In the Whirlwind of Globalization and Multilateralism: The Case of Emerging Regionalism in Latin America.
By Diana Tussie. View abstract. part. Regionalism Vs Multilateralism: Testing the Debate Introduction Both Regionalism and Multilateralism, as has been seen in the previous chapters calls for liberalisation of trade. Both are the outcomes of the realisation that "free trade is the first best policy".
The difference between the two is. This book incorporates the findings of formal analyses of the politics and dynamics of regionalism. It considers the relationship between regionalism and multilateralism and explores the economic.
Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Economic Integration: The Recent Experience [Sampson, Gary P., Woolcock, Stephen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying. ‘Regionalism vs. multilateralism’ switches the focus of research from the immediate consequences of regionalism for the economic welfare of the integrating partners to the question of whether it sets up forces which encourage or discourage evolution towards globally.
Integration measures have extended their reach beyond traditional free trade in goods to a number of domestic regulatory sphere including services, investment and intellectual property rights, to deepen the integration among partner countries.
Regionalism has gained a renewed dynamism and is .Regionalism, Multilateralism and Deeper Integration 作者: Lawrence, Robert Z. 出版社: Brookings Inst Pr 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ 装帧: Pap ISBN: Regionalism, Multilateralism and Economic Integration The value of the studies and analysis in this book is that it moves the debate forward into new territory: on the basis of speciﬁc case studies of six regional agreements, it examines how they each deal with a range of.