Developing countries, trade, and human rights: Free trade agreements, development needs, and the European Union's Generalized System of Preferences

Cassimatis, Anthony E. (2011). Developing countries, trade, and human rights: Free trade agreements, development needs, and the European Union's Generalized System of Preferences. In Yong-Shik Lee, Wong Mog Choi, Gary Horlick and Tomer Broude (Ed.), Law and development perspective on international trade law (pp. 277-296) New York, NY, U.S.A.: Cambridge University Press.

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Author Cassimatis, Anthony E.
Title of chapter Developing countries, trade, and human rights: Free trade agreements, development needs, and the European Union's Generalized System of Preferences
Title of book Law and development perspective on international trade law
Place of Publication New York, NY, U.S.A.
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Publication Year 2011
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9781107011618
1107011612
9781139118040
1139118048
Editor Yong-Shik Lee
Wong Mog Choi
Gary Horlick
Tomer Broude
Chapter number 11
Start page 277
End page 296
Total pages 20
Total chapters 17
Collection year 2012
Language eng
Subjects B1
180117 International Trade Law
940302 International Aid and Development
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Economic development is the most important agenda in the international trading system today, as demonstrated by the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) adopted in the current multilateral trade negotiations of the World Trade Organization (the Doha Round). This book provides a relevant discussion of major international trade law issues from the perspective of development in the following areas: general issues on international trade law and economic development; and specific law and development issues in World Trade Organization, Free Trade Agreement and regional initiatives. This book offers an unparalleled breadth of coverage on the topic and diversity of authorship, as seventeen leading scholars contribute chapters from nine major developed and developing countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan, China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, Australia, Singapore and Israel. [Book summary from publisher]
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Authors prepress title: "FTAs, developing countries, and human rights conditionality ". Description: xiii, 442 p. ; 24 cm.

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