Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Kenneth Heydon and Stephen Woolcock.|
|LC Classifications||HF1731 .H49 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009000015|
The Rise of Bilateralism Comparing American, European, and Asian Approaches to Preferential Trade Agreements By Kenneth Heydon and Stephen Woolcock The book draws on the rich field of theoretical works but also fills a gap in the literature by examining in detail the actual substance of agreements negotiated and envisaged. With bilateralism in trade driven by foreign policy, environmental, and social concerns, as well as market access objectives, the key question is how the various Cited by: As multilateral negotiations become increasingly complex and protracted, preferential trade agreements have become the centrepiece of trade diplomacy, pushing beyond tariffs into deep integration and beyond regionalism into a web of bilateral deals, raising concerns about coercion by bigger players. The rise of bilateralism: comparing American, European, and Asian approaches to preferential trade agreements / Kenneth Heydon and Stephen Woolcock. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN (pbk.) 1. Tariff preferences—United States. 2. Tariff preferences—Europe. 3. Tariff preferences—Asia. I. Woolcock.
The rise of bilateralism: Comparing American, European and Asian approaches to preferential trade agreements, Heydon and Woolcock, United Nations University Press, , ISBN Information on UNU Press titles and other publishers’ books written by UNU experts can be found here. Please click on the cover image or book title for more information on each book including a full synopsis, sample chapter, table of contents and order information. The Rise of Bilateralism. •05•10 Regional Integration. Book. World. Bilateralism is the conduct of political, economic, or cultural relations between two sovereign is in contrast to unilateralism or multilateralism, which is activity by a single state or jointly by multiple states, states recognize one another as sovereign states and agree to diplomatic relations, they create a bilateral relationship. The article concludes by arguing that multiple bilateralism – involving China, India, the EU and other key emitters – holds the potential to develop into a networked form of co-leadership that can effectively advance the implementation of the Paris Agreement despite US .
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