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The Earthscan Reader on International Trade and Sustainable Development

Edited by Kevin P Gallagher and Jacob Werksman 
Earthscan  2002  



Hardback  320pp  ISBN 9781853838866      £90.00


Softcover  320pp  ISBN 9781853838873      £33.00

In an era of globalization, international trade is a fact of life. The increasing conflicts surrounding negotiations on trade liberalization - from the WTO debacle at Seattle in 1999 to the explosive events surrounding the meeting of the G8 in Genoa in 2001 - illustrate the breadth and depth of concern amongst governments, academics, activists and civil society. The disputes focus on the potential impacts of an unfettered global market place on jobs, social cohesion and the environment.

A growing, but disparate, literature has emerged to debate these questions, and The Earthscan Reader on International Trade and Sustainable Development provides an excellent sourcebook that consolidates the lessons learned thus far to guide academics, practitioners, activists and the concerned public in the next decade of work on these issues.

CONTENTS

List of Tables, Figures and Boxes
List of Contributors
List of Acronyms and Abbreviations

    Part I Introduction

  1. International Trade and Sustainable Development: An Integrative Approach
    Kevin P Gallagher and Jacob Werksman

    Part II Economic Perspectives

  2. Stuck in the Mud? Nation States, Globalization and the Environment
    Lyuba Zarsky
  3. Globalization, Foreign Direct Investment and Sustainable Human Development
    Daniel Chudnovsky and Andrés López
  4. The Globalization of Market Failure?
    James Boyce
  5. Progress on the Environmental Kuznets Curve?
    David I Stern
  6. Towards a New Conception of the Environment-Competitiveness Relationship
    Michael E Porter and Claas van der Linde
  7. WTO Rules and Multilateral Environmental Agreements
    Eric Neumayer
  8. Seizing the Future: The South, Sustainable Development and International Trade
    Adil Najam and Nick Robins
  9. Bridging the Trade-Environment Divide
    Daniel C Esty

    Part III Legal Perspectives

  10. Trade and Environment: How Real is the Debate?
    Magda Shahin
  11. Solving the Production and Processing Methods (PPMs) Puzzle
    Steve Charnovitz
  12. The Supervision of Health and Biosafety Regulation by World Trade Rules
    Steve Charnovitz
  13. Too Many Fishing Boats, Too Few Fish: Can Trade Laws Trim Subsidies and Restore the Balance in Global Fisheries?
    Christopher D Stone
  14. WTO Food and Agricultural Rules: Sustainable Agriculture and the Human Right to Food
    Mark Ritchie and Kristin Dawkins
  15. International Investment and Sustainability: Options for Regime Formation
    Konrad von Moltke
  16. How Intellectual Property Could be a Tool to Protect Traditional Knowledge
    David R Downes
Index

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