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About the author

Pradeep S. Mehta

Pradeep S. Mehta (57 is the founder Secretary General of the Jaipur-based Consumer Unity and Trust Society, a leading research and advocacy gruop established in India in 1984. CUTS now operates out of six offices in India, and one each in Zambia, Kenya and UK. Mehta has studied commerce at the Calcutta University and law at the Rajasthan University, Jaipur. Mehta serves on several policy-making bodies of the Government of India, related to trade,environment and consumer affairs. he is the Chairman of the Advisory Board of the South Asia Watch on Trade, Economics and Environment, Kathmandu, and Co-Chairman of the International Network of Civil Society Organisations on Competition. n the past, he has served on the governing boards of the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development, Geneva, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Mumbai, Consumer Coordination Council, New Delhi and on the Global Policy and Campaigns Committee on Economic Issues of Consumers Internationa, London. He also serves on the advisory bodies of the Manchester Unviersity's Centre on Regulationand Compeition, and on Loyola University's Institute of Antitrust and Consumer Protection. He is a Visiting Fellow to the Centre on Trade and Investment, Government of Rajasthan. Furthermore, he serves onthe WTO Director General's Informal NGO Advisory Body. Mehta writes extensively in the press in India and abroad, and has published several papers and book, which include: Essays on the International Trading System; Multilateralisation of Sovereignty; Environmental Conditions in International Trade; Analysis of the Interaction between Trade and Competition Policy; State of the Indian Consumer; Numbers at What Cost?; and a serial publication: Globalisation and India-Myths and Realities. the last is addressed to the common person in India, which helps to clarify many basic issues about economic reforms and trade liberalisation.

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Bibliographic information

Title Multilateralisation of sovereignty: proposals for multilateral frameworks for investment
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1998
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 818722214X
length iv+148 p., 30 cm