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Regionalism, multilateralism and economic integration: The recent experience

Gary P. Sampson (Editor) Stephen Woolcock (Editor)
Synopsis Have regional trade agreements led to new form of economic cooperation by promoting deeper integration in the regulatory structures of participating countries? The answer has profound implications for the future of multilateral cooperation and international economic relations. Regional trade agreements have led to deeper integration in a number of fields, and recent agreements are generally more effective than the more remote WTO procedures in facilitating trade and improving transparency. There is no single model for deeper integration each trade agreement is the result of attempts to achieve very different policy objectives. But Regionalism, Multilateralism, and Economic Integration finds that regional processes and rules have been consistent with the multilateral obligations of each party. WTO rules therefore constitute a floor that underpins additional commitments in the regional agreements.
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About the authors

Gary P. Sampson

Gary P. Sampson is Professor of International Economic Governance at the Institute of Advance Studies at the United Nations University and Seniro Counsellor at the WTO.

Stephen Woolcock

Stephen Woolcock is a lecturer in International Relations at the London School of Economics.

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Title Regionalism, multilateralism and economic integration: The recent experience
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8185040818
length xiv+364p., Tables; Figures; Index; 25cm.