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Dictionary Of Trade And Technical Terms Of International Shipping

Author: Louis-Jacques Zilberberg
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 1450266762
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SHIPPING CARRIES MORE THAN 90 PERCENT OF WORLD TRADE. The world fleet of merchant ships and tankers provide the means of transport of every conceivable type of product: grain, crude oil, coal and gas, iron ore, bauxite/alumina and other raw materials, chemicals, fertilisers, vast amounts of foodstuff s, timber and construction materials without which the world economy would come to a standstill. . The globalization of the world economy has seen a huge growth in the volume of the international seaborne trade, in bulk or in containers. In parallel to its economic activity, shipping has developed a very rich, varied and specialised terminology which is not always easily understood by the lay man. With over 10 000 English entries translated in French and Spanish this dictionary should be a useful and helpful tool for the students in maritime institutes or commercial schools, the translators and the interpreters, to all the people who are interested in understanding the language of this vibrant sector of the world economy.

Expert Knowledge In Global Trade

Author: Erin Hannah
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317659597
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This book explores tensions in global trade by examining the role of experts in generating, disseminating and legitimating knowledge about the possibilities of trade to work for global development. To this end, contributors assess authoritative claims on knowledge. They also consider structural features that uphold trade experts' monopoly over knowledge, such as expert language and legal and economic expertise. The chapters collectively explore the tensions between actors who seek to effect change and those who work to uphold the status quo, exacerbate asymmetries, and reinforce the dominant narrative of the global trade regime. The book addresses the following key overarching research questions: Who is considered to be a trade expert and how does one become a knowledge producer in global trade? How do experts acquire, disseminate and legitimate knowledge? What agendas are advanced by expert knowledge? How does the discourse generated within trade expertise serve to close off alternative institutional pathways and modes of thinking? What potential exists for the emergence of more emancipatory global trade policies from contemporary developments in the field of trade expertise? This book will be of great interest to students and scholars of IPE, Trade Politics, International Relations, and International Organizations.

Dictionary Of International Trade Law 3rd Edition 2015

Author: Raj Bhala
Publisher: LexisNexis
ISBN: 1632833913
Size: 42.42 MB
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The Dictionary of International Trade Law book was the first of its kind and remains the indispensable reference that students, scholars, and practitioners around the world frequently consult. This Dictionary defines and explains in detail hundreds of terms -- common and uncommon ones -- used in the field, from the "ACU" and "CMAA" to "TIFA" and the "WCO.". Many entries include organizational charts (e.g., the structure of the new Department of Homeland Security) and tables (e.g., of precedent-setting cases on zeroing). Many entries also provide references for further research. Notably, the Dictionary has two Annexes: • Annex A has data on U.S. FTAs, including votes by political party in Congress, on immediate versus deferred duty-free treatment for goods, market access for services, and government procurement thresholds. It also boasts a Note on TPP, which is rich in breadth and depth. • Annex B sets out research tools, such as tables on milestones in Chinese history (from early dynasties through modern legal reforms), EU institutions, and U.S. trade statutes. Like the globally acclaimed book, International Trade Law: An Interdisciplinary, Non-Western Textbook, the Dictionary enjoys both legal and non-legal audiences. That is because the Dictionary pays special attention to practical terms and theoretical concepts from international economics and development studies. Among the highlights of the third edition of the Dictionary are: • Several dozen brand New and Expansive entries for even more thorough coverage. • Updated and expanded material for hundreds of existing entries. • Several hundred Suggestions for Further Research, covering materials published up through the first 20 years of the life of the WTO. • Compilation, synthesis, and analysis of updated data on every one of America's FTAs, and of every one of Japan's EPAs. • Updated historical information about milestones in the economic development of the EU and China. In sum, the 1,500-page Dictionary is the user-friendly tool for students, scholars, and practitioners to navigate through and critically analyze the complex jargon and concepts in trade. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Terms Of Trade

Author: Alan V. Deardorff
Publisher: World Scientific
ISBN: 9814518603
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Have you ever wondered what a term in international economics means? This useful reference book offers a glossary of terms in both international trade and international finance, with emphasis on economic issues. It is intended for students getting their first exposure to international economics, although advanced students will also find it useful for some of the more obscure terms that they have forgotten or never encountered. Besides an extensive glossary of terms that has been expanded about 50% from the first edition, there is a picture gallery of diagrams used to explain key concepts such as the Edgeworth Production Box and the Offer Curve Diagram in international economics. This section is followed by over 30 lists of terms that occur a lot in international economics, grouped by subject to help users find terms that they cannot recall. Prior to an enlarged bibliography is an expanded section on the origins of terms in international economics, which records what the author has been able to learn about the origins of some of the terms used in international economics. This is a must-have portable glossary in international trade and international economics!. Sample Chapter(s). Glossary of Terms in International Economics (1,370 KB). Contents: Glossary of Terms in International Economics: A-Z; 0OCo9; Picture Gallery: Edgeworth Production Box; Integrated World Economy Diagram; IS-LM-BP Diagram; Lerner Diagram; Offer Curve Diagram; Specific-Factors Model; Tariff in Partial Equilibrium; Trade and Transformation Curve Diagram; Lists of Terms in International Economics by Subject: Arguments for Protection; Central Banks; Countertrade; Country Groups; Crises; Development Banks; Effects; Empirical Findings; Exchange Regimes; Fragmentation: Terms and Types; GATT and WTO Ministerials; GATT Articles; Indexes; International Classification Systems; International Commodity Agreements and Organizations; Memberships; Models; Nontariff Barriers; Other Nontariff Measures; Paradoxes and Puzzles; Preferential Trading Arrangements; Product-Specific Agreements, Institutions, and Conflicts; Regional Commissions for Economic and Social Development; Spanish Acronyms in International Economics; Techniques of Analysis; Terms of Trade Definitions; Theoretical Propositions; Trade Disputes; Trade Ministries; Trade Rounds; UNCTAD Meetings; United Nations Organizations; United States Government Units (Dealing with International Economic Matters); Origins of Certain Key Terms in International Economics. Readership: Undergraduates and graduate students in international economics; government and industry personnel related to international economics and finance."

Beyond Market Driven Development

Author: Costas Lapavitsas
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134240694
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Because their economies were regulated, their financial systems ‘repressed’ and their states interventionist, for many years the countries of East Asia challenged the Washington consensus, offering an alternative development paradigm. However, in the 1990’s, Asian capitalism was disrupted following Japan’s stagnation and the financial crisis of 1997-98. Treading the unexplored theoretical terrain created by the simultaneous decline of the Washington Consensus and Asian developmentalism, this revealing book analyzes the comparative political economy of East Asia and Latin America. Divided into four key sections, it covers: Theoretical Framework Results of Globalization Converging and Diverging of Paths of Economic Development Finance and Regionalism. Through the juxtaposition of countries in East Asia and Latin America, leading academics analyze the impact of government intervention, institutional malfunction, social transformation and financial change as well as conflict and power on economic development. This book will prove to be invaluable to students and academics of development economics.

Transformations In Trade Politics

Author: Silke Trommer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134459572
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This book examines the evolution and application of participatory trade politics in West Africa and discusses the theoretical implications for political economy and global governance approaches to trade policy-making. The author traces the involvement of a network of West African global justice Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO), local NGO and movement platforms, and trade unions in the negotiations for an Economic Partnership Agreement with the European Union. Building on this empirical analysis, she develops a theoretical framework of trade policy formation that is not limited to conceptualizing trade as a policy field aimed exclusively at regulating exporting and importing activities in the global economy. Instead, she analyzes how material and ideational spheres interact in the way in which communities set the rules that enable them to trade across long distances. Attempting to reconcile demands for inclusivity with current economic policy-making, the author reframes the way in which we theoretically pose questions of who makes trade policy decisions, through which mechanisms and why trade policy-making practices change, or resist change. Transformations in Trade Politics will be of interest to students and scholars of International Political Economy, Global Governance, Social Movement Studies, International Economic Relations, International Trade Relations, African Politics, The Politics of African/International Development, EU politics and EU-African Relations.