Trade and Regulatory Reform : Insights from Country Experience

As trade barriers at the border have fallen through successive trade negotiations, domestic regulation has emerged as a source of residual but potentially significant trade barriers. Recognising the importance of participating in intensified global competition, countries increasingly see regulatory...

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Corporate Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Format: eBook
Published: Paris OECD Publishing 2001, 2001
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Collection: OECD Books and Papers - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Trade and Regulatory Reform: Insights from the OECD Country Reviews and Other Analyses by Keiya Iida
  • Part I. Experience and Best Practices with the Transparency Principle
  • Chapter 2. Transparency Issues and the WTO Working Party on Domestic Regulation by Dale B. Honeck
  • Chapter 3. The Experiences of the IMF and Its Membership with Transparency and Related International Financial Reforms by Anne McGuirk
  • Chapter 4. Transparency: A Business Perspective by John Serocold
  • Chapter 5. Consumer Interests in Regulatory and Trade Policies by Jill Johnstone, Naja Felter and Marcus Lenzen
  • Part II. Experience and Best Practices in Applying the Principles of Non-Discrimination, Avoiding Unnecessary Trade Restrictiveness and Competition
  • Chapter 6. International Trade as a Vector in Domestic Regulatory Reform: Discrimination, Cost-Benefit Analysis and Negotiations by Joel P. Tractman
  • Chapter 7. Regulatory Reform in Infrastructure: The Indian Experience by S. Sundar
  • Part III. Experience and Best Practices in Internationally Harmonised Measures and Recognition of Foreign Equivalent Measures
  • Chapter 8. "Deeper" Integration in Services Trade in the Western Hemisphere: Domestic Regulation and Mutual Recognition by Sherry M. Stephenson
  • Chapter 9. Harmonisation and Recognition: What Have We Learned? Some Precautionary Reflections by Kalypso Nicolaidis
  • Chapter 10. Internationally Harmonised Measures and Recognition of Foreign Equivalent Measures by Julian Arkell
  • Part IV. Future Perspectives
  • Chapter 11. Keynote Speech: Trade, Regulation, and Governance by Jonathan T. Fried
  • Chapter 12. Regulatory Diversity and Trade and Investment Liberalisation by Michael Trebilcock
  • Chapter 13. The Approach to Economic Reform in China: An Outline by Larry Lee
  • Chapter 14. A Personal View of the Issues of Julian Arkell
  • Annex: List of Speakers and Discussants