Domestic Structures and International Trade: The Unfair Trade Instruments of the United States

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This work places international trade law within an economic, political and sociological context, contending that globalisation is characterised by both homogeneity and diversity. However, while implying changes within contracting parties, globalization only results in a thin homogeneity. Furthermore, globalization is the result of the interaction, negotiations and policies between states. From this perspective, the book attempts to explain trade policy as resulting from domestic factors. Thus, if globalization is ...

Domestic Structures and International Trade: The Unfair Trade Instruments of the United States 2001, Hart Publishing, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9781841131320

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