Choe’s paper proposes expanding the World Trade Organization’s mandate to carve out a new exception for trade-restrictive measures in multilateral environmental agreements (MEAs).
His process involved analyzing international conventions, WTO panel and appellate body reports as well as non-legal materials written by economists, environmentalists and non-governmental organizations.
15445 Issued in October 2009 NBER Program(s): International Trade and Investment We consider the purpose and design of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and its predecessor, GATT.
We review recent developments in the relevant theoretical and empirical literature.
Another, opposite approach consists of examining the subject explicitly targeted by that mandate to study how it has evolved.
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This method captures the impact or relevance of the agreements and actions resulting from a multilateral institution’s mandate without being institution-centric in the analysis.
Instead, the current trend towards trade policymaking via FTA is likely to continue while the WTO focuses on plurilateral negotiations on narrow and discreet issues.
The paper contributes to the literature on the analysis of global regulatory fragmentation and on trade policymaking. (2017), "Doha dead and buried in Nairobi: lessons for the WTO", Journal of International Trade Law and Policy, Vol.
Rather, we seek to assess what WTO terms would mean and particularly what it might mean for the ability of the UK to trade both with the European Union and more broadly.
ADBI-IDB-WTO Conference on Trade Adjustment Asian Development Bank Institute, Tokyo 16–17 November 2017 The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) together with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) invites submissions of unpublished original research papers looking at the topic of trade adjustment.