4 edition of International trade and domestic regulation found in the catalog.
International trade and domestic regulation
Robert W. Staiger
|Statement||Robert W. Staiger, Alan O. Sykes.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 15541, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 2009.|
|Contributions||Sykes, A. O., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009656091|
1 The Evolution Of International Trade Theory And Policy. 2 The Basic Elements Of The GATT/WTO, The North American Free Trade Agreement, And The European Union. 3 Dispute Settlement. 4 Trade, Exchange Rate And The Balance Of Payments. 5 Tariffs, The MFN Principle And Regional Trading Blocs. 6 Trade Policy And Domestic Health And Safety Standards. 7 Antidumping Laws. 8 . International Trade and Domestic Regulation. Robert W. Staiger, Alan O. Sykes. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November Books Recent Books Earlier Books (by decade) Browse books by Series Chapters from Books In Process Free Publications Bulletin on Retirement and Disability.
International taxation is the study or determination of tax on a person or business subject to the tax laws of different countries, or the international aspects of an individual country's tax laws as the case may be. Governments usually limit the scope of their income taxation in some manner territorially or provide for offsets to taxation relating to extraterritorial income. International Trade, National Treatment, and Domestic Regulation Robert W. Staiger and Alan O. Sykes Robert W. Staiger is Holbrook Working Professor in Commodity Price Studies in the Department of Economics, Stanford University, and an affiliated faculty member of the Stanford Law School, as well as a research associate at the National Bureau.
During the s and s, as trade barriers came down, especially between developed countries, more and more attention was brought to the effects of certain domestic policy Any type of tax or subsidy policy or any type of government regulation that targets the domestic behavior of firms or consumers. types, including their international effects. About The Regulation of International Trade, Volume 1. domestic instruments; and exceptions to the obligations assumed under GATT. This book’s companion volume examines World Trade Organization (WTO) agreements regulating trade in goods. Buy other books like The Regulation of International Trade, Volume 1. Related Articles.
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[Panagiotis Delimatsis] -- Examining the regulation of services within the WTO, this title discusses the problem of reconciling a liberal system of trade in services with national governments' ability to protect social values.
Benefits of export and import activitie s for domestic firms International trade regulation in the W of the core International trade and domestic regulation book of international trade. The book. International Trade and Domestic Regulation. NBER Working Paper No. w Number of pages: 49 Posted: 01 Dec Downloads Abstract.
Existing formal models of the relationship between trade policy and regulatory policy suggest the potential for a regulatory race to the bottom. WTO rules and disputes, however, center on complaints about. International Trade in Services and Domestic Regulations - Necessity, Transparency, and Regulatory Diversity.
Oxford University Press, as well as the novelty of the issues involved regarding the multilateral regulation of services that makes this book particularly interesting and indispensable for regulators, policymakers, negotiators.
Robert L. Howse is Lloyd C. Nelson Professor of International Law at New York University, USA. In addition to the three previous editions of The Regulation of International Trade, he is the author of The World Trading System: Law, Politics and Legitimacy and co-author of The Federal Vision: Legitimacy and Levels of Governance in the US and the EU.
However, domestic regulations, which apply to all firms alike and do not intend to exclude foreign sellers, are often seen as serious obstacles to cross-border trade in services. This paper proposes an assessment of the impact of these regulations on international trade of. Trade, Money and Finance 7.
Tariffs 8. Trade policy and domestic health and safety regulation and standards 9. Antidumping laws Subsidies, countervailing duties and government procurement Safeguard regimes and domestic adjustment policies Trade in agriculture Trade in services Trade-related intellectual property International trade is the exchange of capital, goods, and services across international borders or territories because there is a need or want of goods or services.
In most countries, such trade represents a significant share of gross domestic product (GDP). While international trade has existed throughout history (for example Uttarapatha, Silk Road, Amber Road, scramble for Africa, Atlantic.
Trade policy and domestic health and safety regulation and standards There has been a dramatic shift in the focus of trade policy concerns from the barriers that lie at the border to the barriers which exist ‘within the border’.1 The WTO and many other trading arrangements have been largely successful in reducing both the levels of tariffs.
International Trade and Domestic Regulation Robert W. Staiger, Alan O. Sykes. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):International Trade and Investment Existing formal models of the relationship between trade policy and regulatory policy suggest the potential for a regulatory race to the by: 9.
Drawing on a wide variety of classic and contemporary sources, respected authors Trebilcock and Howse here provide a critical analysis of the institutions and agreements that have shaped international trade rules.
In light of the growing debate over globalization, they include special sections examinations of topics such as: * agriculture* services and trade-related intellectual property. Trade, Money and Finance 7. Tariffs 8. Trade policy and domestic health and safety regulation and standards 9.
Antidumping laws Subsidies, countervailing duties and government procurement Safeguard regimes and domestic adjustment policies Trade in agriculture Trade in services Trade-related intellectual property Troubled Relationships under the GATS: Tensions between Market Access (Article XVI), National Treatment (Article XVII), and Domestic Regulation (Article VI).
World Trade. International Trade, National Treatment, and Domestic Regulation Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Legal Studies 40(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. International trade offers the prospect of increased competition for many businesses.
That competition will increase complaints about trade, including complaints that trade undermines domestic regulation. Indeed, trade does in some instances undermine domestic regulation precisely because it.
Domestic regulation of services sectors has a significant impact on services trade liberalization, which is why General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) disciplines are negotiated in the WTO. With the help of analyses and case-studies from academics, regulators and trade experts, this book explores the scope and limits of WTO legal.
Get this from a library. International trade and domestic regulation. [Robert W Staiger; A O Sykes; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- "Existing formal models of the relationship between trade policy and regulatory policy suggest the potential for a regulatory race to the bottom.
WTO rules and disputes, however, center on complaints. WTO DOMESTIC REGULATION AND SERVICES TRADE Domestic regulation of services sectors has a signiﬁcant impact on services trade liberalization, which is why General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) disciplines are negotiated in the WTO.
With the help of analyses and case studies from academics, regulators and trade experts, this book.Its core will be the regulation of international trade, investment and cognate areas, such as intellectual property and competition policy.
The series publishes books on related regulatory areas, in particular human rights, labour, environment and culture, as well as sustainable development. Advantages of International Trade.
Exports create jobs and boost economic growth, as well as give domestic companies more experience in producing for foreign markets. Over time, companies gain a competitive advantage in global trade. Research shows that exporters are more productive than companies that focus on domestic trade.