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by Peter Gallagher,Patrick Low,Andrew L. Stoler

Managing the Challenges of WTO Participation: 45 Case Studies download ebook
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0521860148
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978-0521860147
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Peter Gallagher,Patrick Low,Andrew L. Stoler
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Cambridge University Press (January 9, 2006)
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668 pages
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This 2005 compilation of 45 case studies documents disparate experiences among economies in addressing the challenges of participating in the WT. has been added to your Cart.

This 2005 compilation of 45 case studies documents disparate experiences among economies in addressing the challenges of participating in the WTO. It demonstrates that success or failure is strongly influenced by how governments and private sector stakeholders organise themselves at home. The contributors has been added to your Cart.

This compilation of 45 case studies documents disparate experiences among economies in addressing the challenges of participating in the WTO. The contributors, mainly from developing countries, give examples of participation with lessons for others.

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45 case studies from economies around the world, each of which illustrates how governments .

45 case studies from economies around the world, each of which illustrates how governments, business and civil society manage their country’s participation in the World Trade Organization. This compilation of forty-five case studies documents disparate experiences among economies in addressing the challenges of participating in the WTO. It demonstrates that success or failure is strongly influenced by how governments and private-sector stakeholders organize themselves at home.

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This 2005 compilation of 45 case studies documents disparate experiences among economies in addressing the challenges of participating in the WTO. It demonstrates that success or failure is strongly influenced by how governments and private sector stakeholders organise themselves at home. The contributors, mainly from developing countries, give examples of participation with lessons for others. They show that when the system is accessed and employed effectively, it can serve the interests of poor and rich countries alike. However, a failure to communicate among interested parties at home often contributes to negative outcomes on the international front. Above all, these case studies demonstrate that the WTO creates a framework within which sovereign decision-making can unleash important opportunities or undermine the potential benefits flowing from a rules-based international environment that promotes open trade.