Seeking Common Ground: Canada-U.S. Trade Dispute Settlement Policies in the Nineties

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Author, Company and Subject Indices

Author
Aho, C.M., 46, 273
Amsden, A.H., 30, 273
Anderson, A.D.M., 29-30, 87-89, 133-135, 142, 147, 152, 188, 190, 222-223, 238, 242-243, 250, 256, 273, 284, 290
Aronson, J.D., 46, 273
Atkinson, M.M., 204, 209, 271, 273
Aucoin, P., 223, 273
Awanohara, S., 270, 273
Badaracco, J.L., 15, 273
Bakvis, H., 223, 273
Baldwin, R.E., 30, ( 1985) 101, 140, 188, 190, 273
Barcello III, J.J., 101, 135, 250, 273-274
Battram, S.P., 6, 30, 274
Baumol, W.J., 207, 274
Beck, S., 223, 274
Behiels, M.D., 223, 274
Bello, J.H., 41, 23, 274
Berg, G.C., 82-83
Berliner, D.T., 5, 47, 76, 189, 285
Bhagwati, J.N., 17, 101, 274
Bibic, S., 30, 274
Blackman S.A.B., 207, 274
Blaser, F., 189, 277
Bliss, J.C., 66, 277
Block, W.E., 141-142, 250, 277
Boase, J., 223, 277
Boddez, T.M., 224, 277
Bolger, T., 272, 288
Boltuck, R.D., 135, 189, 277
Bonser, C.F., 224, 277
Boonekamp, C., 101, 135, 286
Borrus, M., 15, 29, 277
Bosworth, B.P., 224, 287
Brander11, 12, 30, 277-278
Bronckers, M., 250, 278
Brown, D.M., 223, 270, 278
Bruchey, S., 203, 278
Buckley, P.J., 30, 278.
Burstein, D., 208, 223, 278
Butler, B., 36, 278
Cameron, D., 189, 278
Cameron, D.B., 66, 278
Cameron, L.A., 82-83, 278
Cameron, M.A., 224, 284
Campbell, C., 223, 278
Carasco, E.F., 135, 285
Carey J., 223, 280
Carr, G., 223, 280
Cartwright, W.R., 271, 280
Cass, R., 33, 87, 96, 101, 146, 189, 280
Casson, M., 30, 223, 278, 280
Caves, R.E., 223, 280
Clarkson, S., 189, 278
Cluchey, D.P., 188, 280
Cohen, S.D., 66, 280
Coleman W.D., 204, 209, 271, 273
Coleman, J., 183, 272, 280
Collins, C., 31, 282
Cook, P., 189, 270, 280
Corbet, H., 271, 280
Corcoran, T., 196, 280
Corden, W.M., 5, 188, 280
Crane, D., 189, 280
Crawford, S.M., 66, 278
Crispo, J., 206, 280.
Crookell, H., 30, 223, 280
Crum, W.C., 30, 287
Culbertson, J.M., 15, 280.
Curzon, G., 101, 280.
Curzon, V., 101, 280.
D'Cruz, J.R., 204, 271, 290
Dam, K., 33, 280
Davey, W.J., 135, 188, 280, 286
Davidow, J., 101, 188, 281
DeBusk, F.A., 186, 285
Deck, S.A., 13, 288
Destler30, 36, 101, 188, 189, 223, 281
Devault, J., 97, 281
Diamond, R., 97, 189, 281
Diebold Jr., W, 30, 32, 281
Doern, C.F., 270, 281
Doran, C.F., 189, 281
Dombusch, R., 17, 281
Downs, A., 3, 4, 281
Drohan, M., 211, 281
Dunkel, A., 135, 281
Dunning, J.H., 30, 223, 281
Edgeworth, F. Y., 30
Eggertson, L., 164, 281
Elliott, K.A., 5, 47, 76, 189, 285
Erb, J.S., 101, 285
Ethier, W., 189, 281
Fagan, D., 190, 281, 287
Fallows, J., 208, 281
Feenstra, R.C., 29, 281
Ferguson, J., 190, 282
Ferguson, K.B., 189, 282
Finger, J.M., 8, 30, 250, 282
Finlayson, J.A., 135, 282
Flatters, F.R., 223, 282
Ford, R., 272, 282
Frank-Keyes, J., 214, 224, 282
Frantz, D., 31, 282
Fraser, G., 222, 282
Friedman, M., 205, 282
Froot, K.A., 13, 282
Fruin, W.M., 270, 282
Fry, E., 223, 282
Garland, D.L., 136, 282
Gestrin, M., 250, 290
Gilbert, R.H., 66, 290

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