Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb.

324 EGP

LiveOut of stock

The multilateral trade system rests on the principle of nondiscrimination. Unilateral trade preferences granted by developed countries can help beneficiary countries but can cre... more on Souq

InstallmentsOr Buy it from Souq

The multilateral trade system rests on the principle of nondiscrimination. Unilateral trade preferences granted by developed countries can help beneficiary countries but can cre... more on Souq

Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb. Details

  • The best price of Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb. by Souq in Egypt is 324 EGP
  • Available payment methods are
    Cash on DeliveryCredit CardE-Payment
  • Delivery fees are 17+ EGP, with delivery expected within 2-7 day(s)
  • The first appearance of this product was on Jan 03, 2019

Technical Specifications

ISBN:9780821377079
Author:Hoekman, B.
Binding:Paperback
Item EAN:2724558007813
Publisher:World Bank Publications
Book Language:English
Category Type:Commercial Sciences

Souq's Description

The multilateral trade system rests on the principle of nondiscrimination. Unilateral trade preferences granted by developed countries can help beneficiary countries but can create tensions between 'preferred' developing countries?typically beneficiaries from pre-existing colonial regimes?and other developing countries. There is also concern about the potential erosion of these preferences through trade liberalization in the importing countries, an issue that has been important in the current negotiations under the Doha Development Agenda of the World Trade Organization. 'Trade Preference Erosion' provides the information needed to make informed assessments of the benefits of trade preferences for developing countries, the risks associated with the erosion of these benefits, and policy options for dealing with these problems. The authors provide detailed analyses of specific preference programs and undertake cross-country, disaggregated analyses of the impact of preferences at the product level. Understanding the likely impacts of these programs and how those impacts are distributed is a precondition for formulating appropriate policy responses. The authors argue that such responses need to go beyond trade policies and need to include a focus on enhancing the competitiveness and supply-side capacity of developing countries. This book is a useful and informative guide for policy makers, non-governmental organizations, and others who wish to better understand the debate on the magnitude and impact of preference erosion.

  • Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb.
  • Author: Hoekman, B.
  • Publisher: World Bank Publications

Top Products in Booksmore

    Reviews of Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb.

    • No reviews exist yet for this product.

    Video Reviews of Trade Preference Erosion: Measurement And Policy Response Pb.

    • loading video reviews