Appleton, Arthur E.

The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis

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Table of contents

Part I.Background

1. An Interpretative History of the Uruguay Round Negotiation
Gilbert R. Winham

2. The Politics of Trade Policy Development—The New Complexity
Peter Sutherland

3. The Democratic Roots of the World Trade Organization
Mike Moore

Part II.The Legal Framework of the World Trade Organization

4. Institutional Framework
William J. Davey

5. GATT 1994
Kevin Kennedy

6. The Agreement on Agriculture
Joseph A. McMahon

7. The Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures
Denise Prévost, Peter Bossche

8. The Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade
Arthur E. Appleton

9. The Agreement on Textiles and Clothing
Simon Lester

10. The Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures
Martha Lara Sterlini

11. The Anti-Dumping Agreement
Patrick F. J. Macrory

12. The Agreement on Customs Valuation
Ian Forrester, Omar E. Odarda

13. The Agreement on Preshipment Inspection
Rolf M. Jeker, Nigel V. Balchin

14. The Agreement on Import Licensing Procedures
Patrick F. J. Macrory

15. The Agreement on Rules of Origin
Hiroshi Imagawa, Edwin Vermulst

16. The Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
Peggy A. Clarke, Gary N. Horlick

17. Injury Determinations in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Investigations
Peggy A. Clarke, Gary N. Horlick

18. The Agreement on Safeguards
Yong-Shik Lee

19. The General Agreement on Trade in Services
Mary E. Footer, Carol George

20. Financial Services
Sydney J. Key

21. Telecommunications Services
Marco Bronckers, Pierre Larouche

22. The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights
Thomas Cottier

23. The Agreement on Government Procurement
Peter Trepte

24. The Agreement on Trade in Civil Aircraft and other Issues Relating to Civil Aircraft in the GATT/WTO System
Richard O. Cunningham, Peter Lichtenbaum

25. Consultations
Christiane Schuchhardt

26. The Panel Process
Werner Zdouc

27. The Appellate Body: Institutional and Procedural Aspects
Victoria Donaldson

28. Implementation and Enforcement of Dispute Settlement Decisions
Andrew W. Shoyer, Eric M. Solovy, Alexander W. Koff

29. A Re-Appraisal of Non-Violation Complaints Under the WTO Dispute Settlement Procedures
Frieder Roessler, Petina Gappah

30. Some Thoughts on the Appellate Body
Mitsuo Matsushita

31. The Application of Non-WTO Rules of International Law in WTO Dispute Settlement
Joost Pauwelyn

32. The Intervention of Private Entities and States as “Friends of the Court” in WTO Dispute Settlement Proceedings
Brigitte Stern

33. The WTO Agreement in European Community Law: Status, Effect and Enforcement
Philippe Ruttley, Marc Weisberger

34. Special and Differential Treatment of Developing Countries
Kevin Kennedy

35. The National Security Provision—GATT Article XXI
Alan S. Alexandroff, Rajeev Sharma

36. Tariff Classification
Ian S. Forrester, Tashi Kaul

Part III.Economic, Political, and Regional Issues

37. Economic Principles of International Trade
Mordechai E. Kreinin, Michael G. Plummer

38. Computational Analysis of Multilateral Trade Liberalization in the Uruguay Round and Doha Development Round
Drusilla K. Brown, Alan V. Deardorff, Robert M. Stern

39. Safeguards
Chad P. Bown, Meredith A. Crowley

40. Anti-Dumping and Competition Law
P. J. Lloyd

41. Subsidies and Countervailing Measures
Alan O. Sykes

42. Agriculture
Kym Anderson

43. Environmental Issues
Chad P. Bown, Rachel McCulloch

44. Labor Standards
Charles Pearson

45. Services: The Case of Postal Versus Express Delivery Services
Michael G. Plummer

46. Regulating Regional Trade Agreements—A Legal Analysis
Robert E. Herzstein, Joseph P. Whitlock

47. The Economies in Transition, The WTO and Regionalism
Richard Pomfret

48. Rules of Origin and Rules of Preference and the World Trade Organization: the Challenge to Global Trade Liberalization
William E. James

49. Services in Regional Trading Arrangements
Christopher Findlay, Sherry Stephenson, Francisco Javier Prieto

50. Rules for Foreign Direct Investment at the WTO: Building on Regional Trade Agreements
Michael Gestrin, Alan Rugman

51. Regional Trading Arrangements and Developing Countries
Maurice W. Schiff, L. Alan Winters

52. LDCs in the Multilateral Trading System
Ratnakar Adhikari

53. Textiles and Developing Countries
Magda Shahin

54. The Trips Agreement and Developing Countries
Carlos M. Correa

55. Trade-Related Technical Cooperation and Capacity Building
Esperanza Durán

56. Trade and Electronic Commerce
Stewart Baker, Maury Shenk

57. Trade and Competition Policy
Merit E. Janow

58. Trade and the Environment
Matthew Stilwell, Jan Bohanes

59. Trade and Labor I
Friedl Weiss

60. Trade and Labor II
Janelle M. Diller

61. Trade and Human Rights I
Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

62. Trade and Human Rights II
Sheldon Leader

63. Trade and Gender
Eugenia McGill

64. Trade and Culture
Ivan Bernier

Part IV.Country Reports

65. Argentina
Julio J. Nogués

66. Canada
Michael Hart

67. China
Yaotian Wang, Guiquo Wang

68. Colombia
Felipe Jaramillo

69. Egypt
Adel M. Khalil

70. The European Union
Hugo Paemen

71. Indonesia
H. S. Kartadjoemena

72. Japan
Minoru Endo

73. Korea
Chulsu Kim

74. Mexico
Antonio Ortiz Mena L.N.

75. Mongolia
Damdin Tsogtbaatar

76. New Zealand
David J Walker

77. Russia
Julia Selivanova

78. Singapore
Barry Desker

79. South Africa
Gerhard Erasmus

80. The United States
Amelia Porges, Daniel M. Price

Part V.Concluding Thoughts—The Way Forward

81. Pursuing Global Free Trade: a Small Open Economy Perspective
David J. Walker

82. Global Integration: Currents and Counter-Currents
Sylvia Ostry


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