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FROM OUR EXPERTS > VIEW EXPERTS

Digital technology is significantly impacting the growth of modern services trade, and global trade more generally. Cross-border business and communications services have increased tremendously over the past few years as the Internet has lowered the …

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Alan-Wolff-100x100 Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies
Robert A. Rogowsky
April 2015

The Obama Administration is taking heat for its refusal to join China’s proposed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) and has now taken the limited step of suggesting that the World Bank work in concert with …

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Taking a detailed look at the World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute settlement mechanism in relation to the space it provides for Member countries' industrial policies, this paper examines whether and how existing decisions of WTO …

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This paper explores the hitherto futile quest for developing disciplines on the trade- and investment-distorting effects of services subsidies. It sheds light on the multiplicity of factors that have weighed on the conduct of negotiations …

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This paper reviews recent literature on the effects of tariff liberalization on wild caught fish product production structures, development outcomes, and fish stocks. Using the case of canned tuna, the report shows that tariff regimes …

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E15 experts are divided into 15 thematic groups and three task forces addressing horizontal issues. The groups meet regularly with the goal of delivering a set of policy options in 2015.

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