Trade Policy Reforms in Latin America: Multilateral Rules and Domestic Institutions

Trade Policy Reforms in Latin America: Multilateral Rules and Domestic Institutions

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ISBN-13: 9781349431304
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan UK
Publication date: 12/19/2003
Edition description: 1st ed. 2004
Pages: 239
Product dimensions: 5.51(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.02(d)

About the Author

GABRIEL CASABURI Senior Researcher, Institute of Argentina and Latin American Reality Studies, Fundación Mediterránea, Argentina
JUAN JOSÉ ECHAVARRIA Executive Director , Fedesarrollo, Colombia
ALAN FAIRLIE REYNOSO Professor of international Economics, PUCP, Peru
CRISTINA GAMBOA Research Assistant, Fedesarrollo, Bogota, Colombia
PEDRO DA MOTTA VEIGA Director, EcoStat Consultants, Brazil
ANTONIO ORTIZ MENA Professor and Researcher, Center for Economic Research and Teaching , Mexico
CINTIA QUILICONI Researcher, Program on International Economic Institutions, FLACSO Argentina
VERÓNICA SILVA Economic Affairs Officer, International Trade and Integration Division, UN Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, Santiago, Chile
DIANA TUSSIE Director, Latin American Trade Network and Director, Research Program on International Economic Institutions FLACSO Argentina
MARCEL VAILLANT Researcher and Professor, Department of Economics, University of Uruguay

Table of Contents

Introduction: Juggling with Trade Rules in Latin America ; V.Ventura-Dias PART I: TRADE LIBERALIZATION AND PREFERENTIAL MARKET ACCESS Chile: A Multi-track Market Access Strategy; V.Silva Mexico: A Regional Player in Multilateral Trade Negotiations; A.O.Mena PART II: THE MANAGEMENT OF TRADE LIBERALIZATION IN THE MERCOSUR Argentina: In a Logic of Nested Games; D.Tussie, G.Casaburi & C.Quiliconi Brazil: The Fine-tuning of Trade Liberalization; P.da Motta Veiga & V.Ventura-Dias Uruguay: Trade Policy in a Small Country; M.Vaillant and V.Ventura-Dias PART III: THE ANDEAN EXPERIENCE Colombia and Venezuela: Trade Policy Reforms and Institutional Adjustments; J.J.Echavarria & C.Gamboa Peru: Trade Policy and International Negotiations; A.Fairlie Reynoso Conclusions: The Latin American Countries and the World Trading System: Addressing Institutional Barriers to Development; M.F.Lengyel

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