The Regulation of International Trade
Routledge – 1999 – 632 pages
The Regulation of International Trade 2nd Edition introduces the rules and institutions that govern international trade. The authors base their analysis on aspects of the subject from classic and contemporary literature on trade and political economy. This new edition has been fully updated to take account of the most recent developments in International Trade. New issues covered include: trade and competition trade and labour rights the Multilateral Agreement on Investment the Basic Telecoms and Financial Services WTO Agreements an analysis of the first three years of WTO dispute rulings, including those of Appelate Body. Drawing on the success of the earlier edition, this comprehensive and up to date text will be an invaluable guide to students of economics, law, politics and international relations.
'As a comprehensive text, The Regulation of International Trade (second edition) will be an invaluable introduction to the institutions and rules that govern international trade for serious students of economics, trade, politics and international relations as well as practitioners. With its good organisation and structure, persuasive arguments, provocative ideas, and interdisciplinary approach, this book offers an ideal learning tool and guide - and an eloquent rebuttal of protectionism' Nick Covellie, International Trade Law and Regulation, March 2000
Michael J Trebilcock is a University Professor and Robert Howse an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. They are co-authors, with Marsha Chandler, of Trade Transistions, also published by Routledge.