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

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Dr. Andrew D.M. Anderson is a University Lecturer in the Department of Business and Management at City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Anderson received his Doctoral degree in Economics, magna cum laude, from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (University of Brussels) in 1991. He has a Masters Degree in Development Economics from Dalhousie University ( 1987), and a B.A. in Economics and Marketing from Memorial University of Newfoundland ( 1979). From 1988-1992 he was affiliated with the Ontario Centre for International Business, Research Programme, in the Faculty of Management, University of Toronto, where in his last year he was Associate Director of Research and Assistant Professor of International Business. Dr. Anderson has also been an economics and management consultant, as well as having worked for a number of years in banking.

Dr. Anderson has published in a variety of journals, including Asia Pacific Journal of Management, Business Quarterly, Canada-U.S. Business Law Review, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, Canadian Public Policy, International Trade Journal, Journal of International Arbitration, the Journal of World Trade, and Singapore Economic Review, as well as other journals. He is also coauthor of the book Administered Protection in America (with Alan Rugman) ( 1987).

Dr. Anderson's work over the last few years has focused extensively on issues surrounding the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, particularly on the dispute settlement regimes of that Agreement. His latest research is examining the activities of Hong Kong-based MNEs as they undertake foreign direct investment (FDI), as well as reverse FDI by foreign-owned MNEs subsidiaries

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