Trade Politics: International, Domestic, and Regional Perspectives

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Brian Hocking, Steven McGuire
Routledge, 1999 - Commerce international - 316 pages
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Leading experts provide a clear overview of the evolving environment of trade politics and the current issues surrounding its development. Trade politics is a hot topic this year, particuarly since the changes in world economy following the Asian crisis. Written with students in mind this book includes chapters on:

  • trade and security
  • ideas and policies
  • intellectual property
  • the environment
  • regions in world trade
  • trade organizations
  • states and sovereignty.

Trade Politics is a broad ranging volume that uses an interdisciplinary approach to give a depth of analysis, on the most contemporary trade issues, that will be invaluable to students seeking to understand an increasingly complex trading environment.

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Brian Hocking is Professor of International Relations at Coventry University David Spence is Special Advisor to the European Commission for European Security and Defence Policy and Counter-terrorism.

University of Loughborough

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