Trade, globalization and sustainability impact assessment [electronic resource] : a critical look at methods and outcomes / edited by Paul Ekins and Tancrède Voituriez
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- 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.
- 9781844076611 (hardback) and 184407661X (hardback)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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