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100 1  Dee, Philippa 
245 10 Services Trade Reform :|bMaking Sense of It 
264  1 Singapore :|bWorld Scientific Publishing Company,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (469 pages) 
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490 1  World Scientific Studies In International Economics ;
       |vv.28 
505 0  Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Tables -- List of 
       Figures -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 Making Sense of 
       Services Trade Reform Philippa Dee -- 1.1 Introduction -- 
       1.2 Wheat and Chaff -- 1.3 Tracing Through the Policy 
       Implications -- 1.4 How to Achieve Services Trade Reform 
       in Future -- Part 1 Model Frameworks -- Chapter 2 Issues 
       in the Application of CGE Models to Services Trade 
       Liberalization Philippa Dee, Alexis Hardin and Leanne 
       Holmes -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Past Modelling of 
       Services Trade and Foreign Direct Investment -- Model 
       frameworks -- Treatment of services trade barriers -- Data
       -- 2.3 A Way Forward -- Data -- 2.4 Incorporating Services
       Trade Barriers in Petri's Framework -- The nature of 
       barriers to services trade -- Restrictions on ongoing 
       operation -- Restrictions on establishment -- Who gets the
       rents? -- 2.5 The Welfare Implications of Services Trade 
       Liberalization -- GTAP welfare decomposition -- 
       Incorporating FDI -- Principles of services trade 
       liberalization -- Chapter 3 Modelling the Policy Issues in
       Services Trade Philippa Dee -- 3.1 Why Worry? -- 3.2 What 
       is Special about Services? -- 3.3 What is Special About 
       Services Trade? -- Theoretical issues in modelling 
       ownership and location -- Are economies of scale regional?
       -- Is McDonalds the same the world over? -- Free entry? --
       Which factors of production move? -- Who owns the FDI 
       capital and how is it financed? -- Data and parameter 
       issues in modelling ownership and location -- 3.4 What is 
       Special about Services Trade Barriers? -- How to measure 
       barriers to services trade? -- Assessment -- Part 2 Model 
       Applications -- Chapter 4 Multilateral Liberalization of 
       Services Trade Philippa Dee and Kevin Hanslow -- 4.1 
       Introduction -- 4.2 The FTAP Model -- Theoretical 
       structure -- Model database -- 4.3 The Effects of 
       Eliminating Post-Uruguay Barriers to Trade 
505 8  4.4 The Effects of Partial Liberalization of Services 
       Trade -- 4.5 Agenda for Further Research -- Chapter 5 
       Measuring the Cost of Barriers to Trade in Services 
       Philippa Dee, Kevin Hanslow, and Tien Phamduc -- 5.1 The 
       FTAP Model -- Estimates of barriers to services trade -- 
       5.2 The Cost Impact of Barriers to Trade in Services -- 
       5.3 The Sectoral Effects of Removing Barriers to Trade in 
       Services -- Partial equilibrium effects on sectoral output
       -- General equilibrium effects on sectoral output -- 
       General equilibrium welfare effects -- 5.4 Agenda for 
       Further Research -- Chapter 6 Economy-wide Effects of 
       Further Trade Reforms in Tunisia's Services Sectors 
       Philippa Dee and Ndiame Diop -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 
       Methodological Approach to Measuring Services Trade 
       Barriers -- 6.3 Benchmarking Tunisia on Services 
       Restrictiveness -- 6.4 Reform Options -- Reform strategies
       -- First-round impacts on sectoral prices -- 6.5 Economy-
       wide Effects of Services Trade Liberalization in Tunisia -
       - Modelling framework -- Results -- 6.6 Economy-wide 
       Effects of Further Liberalizing Agriculture and 
       Manufacturing -- Reform scenarios -- Results -- 6.7 
       Concluding Comments -- Chapter 7The Employment 
       Implications of Liberalizing Foreign Direct Investment in 
       Services Philippa Dee (with Appendix by Hildegunn Nordås) 
       -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Barriers to Foreign Direct 
       Investment in Services -- 7.3 Modelling the First-round 
       Effects of Liberalizing FDI in Services -- 7.4 Modeling 
       the Economy-wide Effects of Liberalizing FDI in Services -
       - 7.5 Long-run Economy-wide Effects of the G20 
       Liberalizing FDI in Services -- 7.6 The Short Run -- 7.7 
       Global Liberalization -- 7.8 Sensitivity Analysis -- 7.9 
       Conclusion -- A.1. The Effects of FDI Restrictions on 
       Bilateral FDI -- Hildegunn Nordås, Directorate for Trade 
       and Agriculture, OECD -- Data -- Regression results -- 
       Part 3 Policy Insights 
505 8  Chapter 8 The Rise of Services Trade: Regional Initiatives
       and Challenges for the WTO Philippa Dee and Alexandra 
       Sidorenko -- 8.1 The Rise of Services -- 8.2 Services 
       Trade Liberalization -- 8.3 Rationale for Reciprocity -- 
       8.4 Challenges for the WTO -- Domestic regulation -- 
       Emergency safeguards -- Subsidies -- Government 
       procurement -- Autonomous liberalization -- Special 
       treatment for LDCs -- Movement of natural persons -- 8.5 
       Regional Initiatives - Preferential Trading Arrangements -
       - 8.6 Other Regional Initiatives -- 8.7 Back to Basics - 
       Services Trade Liberalization as Domestic Microeconomic 
       Reform -- Chapter 9 Services: A 'Deal-maker' in the Doha 
       Round? Philippa Dee and Christopher Findlay -- 9.1 
       Introduction -- 9.2 The Nature of Services Trade Barriers 
       -- 9.3 The Empirical Evidence on Services Trade Barriers -
       - The height of the barrier -- The incidence of the 
       barrier -- The impact of the barrier -- 9.4 Prospects for 
       Services Negotiations in the WTO -- Are there benefits 
       from reciprocity across sectors? -- Are services 
       negotiations a zero-sum or positive-sum game?10 -- So what
       should happen with services? -- 9.5 Conclusion -- Chapter 
       10 Services in PTAs: Donuts or Holes? hilippa Dee and 
       Christopher Findlay -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 
       Evaluating the Rules -- 10.3 Evaluating the Commitments --
       10.4 Evaluating the Extent of Real Liberalization -- 10.5 
       Evaluating the Economic Significance Real PTA 
       Liberalization -- 10.6 Implications for an Australia-China
       Free Trade Agreement -- Chapter 11 What Behind-the-Border 
       Reforms in Services and Investment are Best Done through 
       Trade Agreements? Philippa Dee -- 11.1 Introduction -- 
       11.2 Trade Agreements versus Other Modes of 
       Liberalization2 -- The case for reciprocity in services 
       and investment -- 11.3 What to Liberalize within Trade 
       Agreements -- Limits to liberalization3 -- What to 
       liberalize? 
505 8  The size of the affected sector -- Intersectoral linkages 
       -- Sectoral priorities - principles of piecemeal reform --
       11.4 Concluding Comments -- Part 4 Achieving Services 
       Trade Reform through Domestic Reform -- Chapter 12 The 
       Role of Institutions in Structural Reform Philippa Dee -- 
       12.1 Introduction -- The role of institutions -- 12.2 
       Impediments to Structural Reform -- Identifying better 
       policy options -- Managing vested interests -- Assisting 
       policy coordination within government -- 12.3 The 
       Characteristics of Effective Policy Review Institutions --
       12.4 Good Institutions to Implement and Enforce the Rules 
       -- 12.5 Regional Examples -- Chapter 13 Toward a Theory of
       Policy Efficiency Philippa Dee -- 13.1 Introduction -- 
       13.2 Defining Policy Efficiency -- 13.3 Achieving Policy 
       Efficiency -- 13.4 Political Constraints to Achieving 
       Policy Efficiency -- 13.5 The Role of (High Level) 
       Bureaucracy -- 13.6 Easing the Political Constraints to 
       Policy Efficiency -- 13.7 Application to South Asia -- 
       13.8 Summary of South Asian Reform Case Studies -- Chapter
       14 Promoting Domestic Reforms through Regionalism Philippa
       Dee and Anne McNaughton -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 
       Theoretical Arguments -- Political economy arguments -- 
       Economic arguments -- 14.3 Empirical Evidence -- Case 
       studies -- Broad-brush econometric evidence -- Evidence 
       from economic papers -- Evidence from legal and political 
       papers -- Evidence from examining PTAs -- Econometric 
       evidence from looking at the existence of PTAs -- Evidence
       from looking at the detailed provisions of PTAs -- 
       Comparing PTA commitments with WTO commitments -- 
       Comparing PTA commitments with actual practice -- 14.4 Why
       Has Reform Been Unilateral Outside the EU? -- 14.5 What is
       Special about the EU? -- 14.6 How to Shape Regional 
       Institutions to Promote Domestic Reform? -- References 
520    Key Features:Integrates analytical, empirical and policy 
       insights from both academic and government 
       perspectivesCovers policy reform, policy forums, and what 
       it takes politically to achieve reformGives critical 
       insights into the future of trade negotiations more 
       generally 
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