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Trade And The Environment

Author : Savas S. Alpay
ISBN : 9781461502715
Genre : Business & Economics
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As the demand for environmental quality is increasing and as the current GATT rules monitored by the WTO are not very suitable for environmental protection, either a new international environmental organization may be formed soon or new environmental regulations may be added to GATT. In either case, understanding of the interactions between trade and the environment will be vital. Trade and the Environment presents both the theoretical and empirical exposition of (i) the impact of trade liberalization on environmental quality; (ii) the impact of environmental regulations on international competitiveness; and (iii) strategic trade and environmental policies. An important feature of Trade and the Environment as compared to earlier books is that it brings together the reciprocal interactions between trade and the environment. It can be used as the main or complementary textbook for a course on trade and the environment.

Journal Of Economic Literature

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ISBN : UCSD:31822033810904
Genre : Economics
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Environmental Consequences Of Foreign Sector Expansion

Author : Pablo Hernández
ISBN : UCSD:31822033376492
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Journal Of The Korean Economy

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ISBN : UCSD:31822032782807
Genre : Economics
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Import Tariffs As Environmental Policy Instruments

Author : C. Kraus
ISBN : 0792363183
Genre : Business & Economics
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The theoretical claims for eco-tariffs are rigorously analyzed within a unified framework formed of an international trade model enriched with both a domestic and a global externality. During the course of the analysis the model is modified to analyze an array of contexts for which eco-tariffs have been claimed to improve environmental quality or welfare. The circumstances and conditions are characterised under which such tariffs can be shown to improve environmental quality and social welfare, taking account of general equilibrium effects. The theoretical results are applied in a policy analysis of eco-tariffs and other trade instruments in the context of domestic and global environmental policy in order to assess the relevance of the eco-tariffs that have been subjected to the theoretical analysis. Finally, the GATT/WTO rules and regulations are presented, since to date these have banned the use of eco-tariffs. The rules and regulations are mapped against the theoretical results to show which rules ought to be changed.

Guide To European Policies

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ISBN : IND:30000100599848
Genre : Law
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043137
Genre : American literature
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Bibliographic Index

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105025908224
Genre : Bibliographical literature
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Policy Analysis In Taiwan

Author : Kuo, Yu-Ying
ISBN : 9781447347453
Genre : Political Science
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The study of policy analysis in Taiwan began in the 1970s; however while other countries have recognised the need for detailed examination of the theory and practice of policy analysis at different levels of government, Taiwanese studies have remained limited. This book brings together for the first time a team of experienced and highly respected researchers from across Taiwan with expertise in policy analysis theory and practice in specific areas of government as well as in non-governmental organisations. This is a well-structured volume which will be highly relevant for students and academics interested in understanding and analysing politics and policy making in Taiwan. Features of the ILPA series include: • a country-specific systematic study of policy analysis systems by government and non-governmental actors • a history of the country’s policy analysis, empirical case studies and a comparative overview of alternative approaches • a key reference collection for research and teaching in comparative policy analysis and policy studies

The Limits Of Liberty

Author : James M. Buchanan
ISBN : 0226078205
Genre : Business & Economics
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"The Limits of Liberty is concerned mainly with two topics. One is an attempt to construct a new contractarian theory of the state, and the other deals with its legitimate limits. The latter is a matter of great practical importance and is of no small significance from the standpoint of political philosophy."—Scott Gordon, Journal of Political Economy James Buchanan offers a strikingly innovative approach to a pervasive problem of social philosophy. The problem is one of the classic paradoxes concerning man's freedom in society: in order to protect individual freedom, the state must restrict each person's right to act. Employing the techniques of modern economic analysis, Professor Buchanan reveals the conceptual basis of an individual's social rights by examining the evolution and development of these rights out of presocial conditions.

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