Industrial Subsidies and Friction in World Trade: Trade Policy or Trade Politics?

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1INTRODUCTION
1
Vernon, Raymond, and Debora Spar, Beyond Globalism: Remaking American Foreign Economic Policy, (New York: The Free Press, 1989), at 171.

2DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL SUBSIDIES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE TRADE THEORY
1
Cantin, Frederic P., and Andreas Lowenfeld, 'Rules of Origin, the Canada-US FTA, and the Honda case', American Journal of International Law (1993), 87, 375 at 387.
2
See generally Leamer, Edward, Sources of International Comparative Advantage-Theory and Evidence, (Cambridge: MIT Press, 1984); Johns, R.A., International Trade Theories and the Evolving International Economy, (London: Frances Pinter, 1985); Balassa, Bela, Competitive Advantage: Trade Policy and Economic Development, (London: Harvester Wheatsheaf, 1989); Baldwin, Robert, Trade Policy Issues and Empirical Analysis, (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 1988).
3
Leamer, ibid., at xii.
4
Ibid., at 31.
5
Manchester, William, The Last Lion-Visions of Glory, (New York: Dell Publishing Inc., 1983), at 351-5. Reynolds is sceptical of the importance of ideas. He quotes an article by Gary Anderson and Robert Tollison, in which it is argued that repeal of the corn laws had more to do with the textile lobby's efforts to repeal duties on cotton than it did to the zeal of free traders. See Reynolds, Alan, The Political Economy of a North American Free Trade Agreement, (Vancouver: The Hudson Institute and The Fraser Institute) at 22. However, a closer look at the political players and the ideological environment of the period reveals a more fundamental shift in national ideology-with its attendant political and economic ramifications-than is allowed by a lobby-driven repeal of protective tariffs on foodstuffs. See for example,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • List of Abbreviations and Specialised Terms xi
  • Part I - The Background 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Domestic Industrial Subsidies in International Trade Theory 7
  • Part II - International Institutions for the Regulation of Subsidies 45
  • Introduction 47
  • 3 - Multilateral Regulation of Subsidies 50
  • 4 - Supranational Regulation of Subsidies 81
  • 5 - Unilateral Regulation of Subsidies 97
  • Part III - The Outlook 131
  • 6 - The Uruguay Round 133
  • 7 - Conclusion 151
  • Notes 157
  • Bibliography 193
  • Index 208
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