Trade Negotiations in Latin America: Problems and Prospects

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Diana Tussie
Palgrave Macmillan, Feb 8, 2003 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
Latin America has a pivotal role to play in international trade negotiations. This book focuses on the key issues for Latin American countries' participation in trade negotiations on the shifting ground of expanding trade agendas, diversifying negotiation fora, and emerging coalitions. Through analysis of the management of sectors, the management of competition and conflict, and the interplay of interests and coalitions, Diana Tussie and a team of local and international experts unravel the strands of the complex web of trade negotiations.

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MARCELO DE PAIVA ABREU Professor of Economics, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil LUIS ABUGATTAS Executive Director, Economic and Social Research Institute of the National Society of Industries PAULO BASTOS TIGRE Professor of Industrial Organization, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil DANIEL CHUDNOVSKY Professor of Development Economics, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina VALENTINA DELICH Researcher, FLACSO, Argentina MARISA DIAZ HENDERSON Researcher, Argentine Mission to the UN Office, Geneva, Switzerland ANDRÉS LÓPEZ Associate Professor of Economic Development, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina PEDRO DA MOTTA VEIGA President, Brazilian Society for Transnational Business studies and Economic Globalization AMRITA NARLIKAR Research Fellow, St Johns College, Oxford, UK SHERRY STEPHENSON Deputy Director, Trade Unit of the Organization of American States JOSÉ TAVARES DE ARAUJO Jr. Professor, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil MANUELA TORTORA Co-ordinator of the Commercial Diplomacy Program, UNCTAD ANN WESTON Vice-President, The North-South Institute, Ottawa, Canada NGAIRE WOODS Fellow in Politics and International Relations, University College Oxford, UK