Industrial Policy and the World Trade Organization

Between Legal Constraints and Flexibilities

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Highlights what national governments should know to properly conduct their industrial policies under the multilateral trading system.

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Part I. General Tools of Industrial Policy: 1. Industrial policy under the global trade regime; 1.1. The conceptual framework for industrial policy; 1.2. The multilateral trading system and industrial policy; 1.3. Concluding remarks; 2. Protection of domestic industry; 2.1. Border restrictions; 2.2. Taxes; 2.3. Product standards; 2.4. Protection of services industries; 2.5. Concluding remarks; 3. Promotion of domestic industry; 3.1. The economics of government subsidies; 3.2. The WTO subsidy regime; 3.3. Industrial policies in upstream sectors; 3.4. Concluding remarks; Part II. Special Topics of Industrial Policy: 4. Free zones and industrial development; 4.1. Free zones as an industrial policy tool; 4.2. Free zones under the revised Kyoto Convention; 4.3. Free zones under WTO rules; 4.4. Customs and trade rules: some questions of concurrent application; 4.5. Concluding remarks; 5. Local content requirements and industrialization; 5.1. LCRs and world practice; 5.2. Review of the economic literature; 5.3. The scope of the WTO-applicability to LCRs; 5.4. Legality of LCRs under WTO rules; 5.5. Data localization requirements as an emerging issue; 5.6. Concluding remarks; 6. The greening of industrial policy; 6.1. Environmental dimensions of industrial policy and trade; 6.2. Border carbon adjustments; 6.3. Renewable energy subsidies; 6.4. Environmental labels; 6.5. Environmental exceptions under GATT Article XX; 6.6. Harmonization of the trade and environmental regimes; 6.7. Concluding remarks; 7. Industrial policy in the age of creative economy; 7.1. Creative economy as a new paradigm of industrial policy; 7.2. The status of creative products under the WTO legal framework; 7.3. Creative economy and technological progress under WTO law; 7.4. Policy space for trade restrictions on creative products; 7.5. Concluding remarks.

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Sherzod Shadikhodjaev is a professor at the KDI School of Public Policy and Management. He obtained his L.L.B. (with honours) from the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (Uzbekistan), and L.L.M. and Ph.D. in Law from the Korea University. Previously, he worked for the Korea Institute for International Economic Policy as a research fellow. He has done extensive academic and policy research in international economic law. His book Retaliation in the WTO Dispute Settlement System was published in 2009. His articles were published in globally recognized journals, including American Journal of International Law, Chinese Journal of International Law, the Journal of International Economic Law, World Trade Review and the Journal of World Trade.