The WTO and India: Issues and Negotiating Strategies

By: Alokesh Barua & Robert M. Stern (Eds)

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A brief historical overview of the WTO presents the readers with the necessary background. The book is divided into six thematic sections. Section I analyses the perspective of developing countries, with special reference to India. Section II addresses various negotiating options and strategies. India’s sectoral interests in market access are dealt with in Section III. Section IV looks at issues of trade facilitation and transparency in government procurement. Issues such as TRIPS and the GATS are considered in Section V. Finally, Section VI focuses on issues of poverty and income inequality. The volume provides a sound economic analysis of India’s proactive role in the revival of the WTO negotiations. It will be a valuable reference to scholars and students in understanding the causality between actual economic events and WTO-induced economic reforms.Printed Pages: 441.

Title: The WTO and India: Issues and Negotiating Strategies

Author Name: Alokesh Barua & Robert M. Stern (Eds)

Categories: India, Development,

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Orient BlackSwan: 2010

ISBN: 8125040420

ISBN 13: 9788125040422

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New

Jacket Condition: New

Seller ID: 101824

Keywords: The WTO and India: Issues and Negotiating Strategies Alokesh Barua & Robert M. Stern (Eds)