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Regulating Global Trade and the Environment

By Paul Street

Routledge – 2004 – 240 pages

Series: Routledge Studies in International Business and the World Economy

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    Description

    Examining the roles of international institutions, multinational corporations and other transnational players in framing the trade and environment debate, this book takes a multi-disciplinary approach that draws upon the experiences of developing countries, and assesses the limitations and possibilities for achieving substantive human freedoms and sustainable environmental futures.

    Contents

    1. Globalization and Risk 2. Law, Development and Sustainability 3. Regulating Transnational Trade 4. Trade and Biodiversity 5. Food Security and Globalization 6. TNCs, FDI 7. Conclusions: Transnational Law and Strategies of Change

    Name: Regulating Global Trade and the Environment (eBook)Routledge 
    Description: By Paul Street. Examining the roles of international institutions, multinational corporations and other transnational players in framing the trade and environment debate, this book takes a multi-disciplinary approach that draws upon the experiences of developing...
    Categories: International Trade & Economic Law, Environmental Politics, International Organizations