Trading up [electronic resource] : economic perspectives on development issues in the multilateral trading system
- [Paris] : OECD, 
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- 253 pages : illustrations, tables ; 28 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
- OECD trade policy studies
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- License restrictions may limit access.
- Machine generated contents note: Executive summary : a world of trade liberalisation -- Ch. 1 The Doha development agenda : welfare gains from further multilateral tariff liberalisation / Przemyslaw Kowalski -- Special focus Quantifying the effects of trade policy scenarios : alternative modelling approaches / Przemyslaw Kowalski -- Ch. 2 Global merchandise trade reform : disaggregating the welfare impacts / Dominique van der Mensbrugghe / Will Martin / Kym Anderson -- Special focus Non-tariff measures : customs fees and charges on imports / Michael Engman -- Ch. 3 Trade preference erosion : potential economic impacts / Douglas Lippoldt -- Special focus Trade and structural adjustment / Kiichiro Fukasaku / Osamu Onodera -- Ch. 4 Impact on government revenue of tariff liberalisation in developing countries / Przemyslaw Kowalski -- Special focus The costs and benefits of trade facilitation / Evodkia Moise -- Ch. 5 South-south goods and services trade / Przemyslaw Kowalski / Nora Dihel / Ben Shepherd -- Special focus Trade, investment and development / Sebastien Miroudot -- Ch. 6 Services as outputs and intermediatelinputs : the impact of liberalisation / Nora Dihel / Philippa Dee -- Special forces Intellectual property rights and developing countries / Douglas Lippoldt -- Ch. 7 Agricultural policy reform, factor returns and houehold welfare / Jonathan Brooks -- Ch. 8 Assessing special and differential treatment and aid for trade as complements to multilateral trade liberalisation / Martina Garcia / Frans Lammersen.
- "The prospect of further trade liberalisation sometimes attracts a noisy public discourse, particularly with respect to the possible implications for developing countries. This volume considers trade and development from an economic perspective, aiming to examine these emotive issues using empirical approaches and dispassionate analysis." --Book Jacket.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references.
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