Trading Places, Trading Problems: Global Markets in the 21st Century
The roundtable set US trade policy in the context of evolving World Trade Organization rules, impact of trade on developing nations and the challenge of open trade with China. The goal of the discussion was to help citizens understand the political, social and environmental dimensions of global trade reform.
Environmental Policy | International Business | Political Science | Public Affairs
Boyd, Frank; Munro, William; and Jahiel, Abigal, "Trading Places, Trading Problems: Global Markets in the 21st Century" (2006). Roundtables. Paper 1.
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