The Shifting Landscape of Global Trade Governance

Elsig, Manfred; Hahn, Michael Johannes; Spilker, Gabrielle (eds.) (2019). The Shifting Landscape of Global Trade Governance. World Trade Forum. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Today's trade regime is under pressure. Increasing societal discontent with globalization and increasing disregard for its rules when taking recourse to protectionist measures threaten its legitimacy and effectiveness. The authors explore systemic challenges to the trade regime, inter alia related to development, migration, inequality, the digital economy and climate change. The Shifting Landscape of Global Trade Governance allows the readers in times of change to put current developments into context and offers an understanding of the different dynamics defining today's regulation of the global economy. Chapters authored by leading researchers from different disciplines - law, political science and economics - address the challenges of the global economic system and share novel outlooks, both theory- and data-based, for the future.

Item Type:

Book (Edited Volume)

Division/Institute:

11 Centers of Competence > Center of Comptetence for Public Management (KPM)
02 Faculty of Law > Department of Economic Law > World Trade Institute
10 Strategic Research Centers > World Trade Institute

02 Faculty of Law > Department of Economic Law > Institute of European and International Economic Law

UniBE Contributor:

Elsig, Manfred and Hahn, Michael Johannes

Subjects:

300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology > 340 Law
300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology > 380 Commerce, communications & transportation
300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology > 350 Public administration & military science

ISBN:

9781108485678

Series:

World Trade Forum

Publisher:

Cambridge University Press

Language:

English

Submitter:

Pablo Rahul Das

Date Deposited:

09 Sep 2019 10:54

Last Modified:

20 Feb 2020 08:50

URI:

https://boris.unibe.ch/id/eprint/132902

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