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Author Behboodi, Rambod
Title Industrial Subsidies and Friction in World Trade : Trade Policies or Trade Politics?
Imprint London : Taylor & Francis Group, 1994
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Note Cover -- Industrial Subsidies and Friction in World Trade -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations and specialised terms -- Part I: The Background -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Domestic Industrial Subsidies in International Trade Theory -- Introduction -- Classical free trade theory -- Subsidies as trade barriers -- Critique of the classical theory of free trade -- Critical appraisal of subsidies in an imperfect market -- The political economy of subsidisation -- Evaluation: principle or chaos ? -- Part II: International institutions for the regulation of subsidies -- Introduction -- 3. Multilateral Regulation of Subsidies -- Introduction -- GATT Track II -- European Free Trade Association -- The European Economic Area -- Multi/bilateralism: and they negotiated happily ever after? -- 4. Supranational Regulation of Subsidies -- Introduction -- The European Economic Area: the false start -- The European Union -- Supranationalism: politics by bureaucratic fiat -- 5. Unilateral Regulation of Subsidies -- Introduction -- GATT Subsidies Code Track I -- The Canada-US Free Trade Agreement -- Unilateralism: speak loudly and swing a big stick -- Part III: The Outlook -- 6. Industrial Subsidies -- Introduction -- Negotiating framework -- Regulatory and institutional framework -- Analysis -- 7. Conclusion -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index
National industrial subsidies are a major irritant in international trading relations. There have been many attempts to curb the damaging effects of subsidies on the international trading order; most have met with stiff oppostion and mixed success. Today the combination of industrial subsidies and the countervailing duties intended to combat them present one of the major threats to the international trading order. Industrial Subsidies and Trade Friction is a comparative analysis of the instruments devised to regulate industrial subsidies and lessen the effects of countervailing duties
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Subject Subsidies -- Law and legislation.;Antidumping duties -- Law and legislation.;International trade
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