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John Whalley,Robert Z. Lawrence
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This Policy Essay focuses on to what extent international rules in these new . Includes bibliographical references

This Policy Essay focuses on to what extent international rules in these new trade areas are needed, and considers how developing countries could be affected by global agreements. Robert Lawrence argues that if an international agreement on competition policy was possible, developing countries would derive considerable benefits. Includes bibliographical references. Introduction: Emerging Agenda for Global Trade, Robert Z. Lawrence, Dani Rodrik and John Whalley - Ch. 1. Competition Policies and the Developing Countries, Robert Z. Lawrence - Ch.

This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the recently concluded Uruguay Round

This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the recently concluded Uruguay Round.

Robert La This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the . Paperback, 112 pages. Published November 7th 1996 by Overseas Development Council.

Robert La This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the recently concluded Uruguay Round.

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Emerging Agenda For Global Trade High Stakes For Developing Countries: Policy Essay No. 20 (Policy Essays (Overseas Development Council), No 20). series. Robert Z. Lawrence Dani Rodrik John Whalley.

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Overseas Development Council ; Baltimore, MD. Distributed by Johns Hopkins University Press, (c)1996. Physical Description: ix, 101 p. : ill. ;, 23 cm. Title: Policy essay ; no. 20. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references. Finally John Whalley argues that the central issue for trade and the environment is whether developing countries should be compensated for policies encouraging environmental restraint. Geographic Name: Developing countries Commerce. Personal Name: Rodrik, Dani.

High Stakes for Developing Countries Robert Z. Lawrence, Dani Rodrik, and John Whalley. This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the recently concluded Uruguay Round

High Stakes for Developing Countries Robert Z. The johns hopkins university press.

This essay addresses the "new-new" issues on the emerging agenda for the global trade negotiations to follow the recently concluded Uruguay Round. The authors first examine the extent to which international rules in new trade areas are needed and then consider the three highest profile issues: competition policy, labor standards, and linking trade and environment.

Robert Lawrence argues that if an international agreement on competition policy was possible, developing countries would derive considerable benefits. Dani Rodrik examines the evidence and concludes that labor standards―or lack thereof―have consequences for trade and foreign investment patterns. He then considers whether a social-safeguards approach can be made to work for labor standards and suggests that the risks of not negotiating such a clause outweigh the dangers of an inappropriately designed process. Finally, John Whalley argues that the central issue for trade and the environment is whether developing countries should be compensated for policies encouraging environmental restraint.