4 edition of Liberalizing service trade found in the catalog.
by Routledge [for] Royal Institute of International Affairs in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Chatham House papers|
|Contributions||Royal Institute of International Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 119 p. --|
|Number of Pages||119|
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This collection of essays explores the opportunities and risks of the liberalization of trade in services in South Asia. It offers an overview of the entire region on market access and regulatory issues as defined by the GATS framework of the WTO and exposes areas for regional and bilateral liberalization. Since the mid s a substantial amount of research has been undertaken on trade in services. Much of this is inspired by the World Trade Organization or regional trade agreements, especially the European Union, but an increasing number of papers focus on the impacts of services sector liberalization.
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Assesses the EC's approach to the liberalization of service trade and warns of the dangers of seeking 'equivalent reciprocity'. It suggests a different approach and set of Cited by: 4. A major success of the early post-war period was the negotiated reduction of barriers to international trade in commodities and manufactured goods, under the auspices of the GATT.
The current challenge is to achieve a similar liberalization for trade in services - the sector which has overtaken manufacturing as the largest provider of jobs and growth in the advanced by: 4. The book also contains a most informative discussion of the liberalization of trade in services within the EC, and a comprehensive review of the negotiations on trade services in the GATT context, giving the reader an excellent summary of the positions taken by various governments before and.
Get this from a library. Liberalizing Service Trade: Strategies for Success. [Phedon Nicolaides] -- Assesses the EC's approach to the liberalization of service trade and warns of the dangers of seeking 'equivalent reciprocity'.
It suggests a different approach and set of objectives more appropriate. Assesses the EC's approach to the liberalization of service trade and warns of the dangers of seeking 'equivalent reciprocity'. It suggests a different approach and set of. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hoekman, Bernard M., Liberalizing trade in services.
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, © (OCoLC) Liberalizing trade in services: a survey (English) Abstract. Since the mid s a substantial amount of research has been undertaken on trade in services.
Much of this is inspired by the World Trade Organization or regional trade agreements, especially the European Union, but Cited by: liberalizing trade in services, 1 reflected, for example, in many of the poorest developing countries having a “revealed comparative advantage” (RCA) in services when measured on a balance-of- payments basis (Hoekman, ).
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Downloadable. Several developments in international trade in services impact strongly on developing countries: First, the world-wide diffusion of information technologies (IT) has created new export opportunities for developing countries in IT services.
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International trade in legal services has grown considerably worldwide, whether in the form of the establishment of foreign firms domestically or through the demand for and provision of cross-border legal services. Yet, it remains poorly liberalized, with many restrictions in place. While there have been some regional successes, few free trade agreements go beyond general commitments made by.
Liberalizing International Trade after Doha Multilateral, Plurilateral, Regional, and Unilateral Initiatives. This book discusses these alternatives, which although less than ideal, may provide an impetus for continuing trade liberalization both among willing members and in some instances worldwide.
but note that service fees by: 2. This book is about the liberalization of transportation services. Since barriers to trade in services are typically regulatory in nature, and the outcomes of services liberalization depend heavily on the regulatory environments, the study concentrates on analysing the effects of changes in regulatory frameworks.
It studies not only the effects of unilateral liberalization within the context of. Third, in the ongoing Doha Development Round (DR) of trade negotiations, developing countries are asked to formally commit to liberalizing their service imports under the terms of the General.
African Continental Free Trade Area: Some Issues in Liberalizing Trade in Services. Book Information. This report is designed to inform and assist African trade policy makers, negotiators and regulators, as well as concerned stakeholders in the business sector, academia and civil society about the development potential of services sector.
Liberalization of trade and investment in services through trade agreements has progressed less than trade in goods. We review the limited progress achieved to date in the WTO and major regional agreements on services and possible explanations why trade agreements have not been more effective at integrating the services markets of participating by: Using primarily a legal approach, but drawing from case studies, empirical research and gender theories, she examines whether liberalization under the General Agreement on Trade in Services and other liberalization vehicles such as preferential trade and investment agreements compromise human rights and gender by: 4.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: British ed. published under title: Liberalizing service trade. Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm.Downloadable! The authors explain how the output growth effect from liberalizing the service sectors differs from the effect from liberalizing trade in goods. They also suggest using a policy-based rather than outcome-based measure of the openness of a country's service regime.
They construct such openness measures for two key service sectors'basic telecommunications and financial services. Trade liberalization is the removal or reduction of restrictions or barriers on the free exchange of goods between nations.
These barriers include tariffs, such as duties and surcharges, and Author: Caroline Banton.