Liberalizing International Trade after Doha

Multilateral, Plurilateral, Regional, and Unilateral Initiatives

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This book discusses alternatives to the failed Doha Development Round, perhaps providing an impetus for continuing trade liberalization among willing members.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction - pursuing trade liberalization in a post-Doha world; 2. The world trading system under GATT and the WTO, 1947-2012; 3. The Doha Round failure and the demise of the 'single undertaking'; 4. Assisting developing nations with duty-free, quota-free market access, trade facilitation, and related initiatives; 5. Preserving the environment: fisheries subsidies and trade in environmental goods; 6. New and expanded plurilateral agreements (part I); 7. New and expanded plurilateral agreements (part II) - an international services agreement; 8. Continued proliferation of regional trade agreements; 9. Widening and deepening (or disregarding) existing RTAs; 10. Concluding new and pending RTAs (part I); 11. Concluding new and pending RTAs (part II): trans-pacific partnership; 12. Unilateral approaches to trade and market liberalization; 13. Conclusions and the crystal ball.

Om forfatteren

David A. Gantz is Samuel M. Fegtly Professor of Law and Director of the International Trade and Business Law Program at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law. He also serves as a member of the affiliated faculty of the Latin American Studies Department. After two years with the US Agency for International Development law reform project in Costa Rica and a year as a law clerk with Judge Charles M. Merrill of the US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, he spent seven years with the Office of the Legal Advisor, US Department of State. Professor Gantz has served as a binational panelist under the trade dispute resolution provisions of Chapter 19 of NAFTA and the US-Canada FTA and Chapter 20 of NAFTA; as a NAFTA Chapter 11 arbitrator; and as an expert witness in other trade and investment disputes. He is the author of a textbook, NAFTA and Western Hemisphere Free Trade (2005, with Ralph Folsom and Michael Gordon); a treatise, Regional Trade Agreements: Law, Policy and Practice (2009); and Trade Remedies in North America (2010, with Gregory Bowman, Nick Covelli and I. H. Ihm).