xviii, 348 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
9781844076611 hardback 184407661X hardback
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Trade-induced changes in economic inequality : assessment issues and policy implications for developing countries Why did "development" entrap the Doha Round? Have sustainability impact assessment of trade agreements delivered on "development" issues : a reflexive analysis of the emergence and main contributions of trade SIAs Trade SIAs and the new challenges of trade liberalisation Investment : the context matters Sustainability impacts of liberalising trade in services : assessment methodologies and policy responses The impacts of liberalising trade in commodities The potential role for collective preferences in determining the rules of the international trading system Improving public participation in sustainability impact assessments of trade agreements Identifying trade victims Trade-induced changes in labour market inequalities : current findings and policy implications The value of value chains : spreading the gains from liberalization Collective preferences and international compensation Reducing the impacts of the production and trade of commodities The trade and environment relationships reconsidered : the case of regional trade and climate change.
K3823 .T73 2009
London ; Sterling, VA : Earthscan, 2009.