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Nontariff Measures and International Trade.


Nontariff Measures and International Trade

Edited by John Christopher Beghin

World Scientific


364 pages



World Scientific Studies in International Economics; Volume 56


In fascilimes of published articles, economists analyze market interventions other than border taxes that affect trade and domestic markets, focusing mostly on trade in agriculture and food. They cover complex economic analysis, welfare and trade effects of nontariff measures, protectionism and the political economy of nontariff measures, and case studies. Their topics include nontariff measures and standards in trade and global value chains, tariff equivalent and foregone trade effects of prohibitive technical barriers to trade, protectionism indices for nontariff measures: an application to maximum residue levels, the trade and welfare impacts of Australian quarantine policies: the case of pig meat, and phytosanitary regulation and agricultural flows: tobacco inputs and cigarette outputs. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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