Friday, January 20, 2017

Sauvé & Roy: Research Handbook on Trade in Services

Pierre Sauvé (Univ. of Bern - World Trade Institute) & Martin Roy (World Trade Organization) have published Research Handbook on Trade in Services (Edward Elgar Publishing 2016). Contents include:
  • Pierre Sauvé & Martin Roy, Introduction and Overview
  • Martin Roy, Charting the evolving landscape of services trade policies: Recent patterns of protection and liberalization
  • Andreas Maurer, Joscelyn Magdeleine & Rainer Lanz, Measuring trade in services in a world of global value chains
  • Sébastien Miroudot & Ben Shepherd, Trade costs and global value chains in services
  • Erik van der Marel, Ricardo does services: Service sector regulation and comparative advantage in goods
  • Anirudh Shingal, Going beyond the 0/1 dummy: Estimating the effect of heterogeneous provisions in services agreements on services trade
  • Sebastian Sáez & Daria Taglioni, Nurturing the competitiveness of services exports: Metrics and policy options
  • Martin Molinuevo & Sebastián Sáez, Services trade and regulatory reform: A methodology for developing countries
  • Eric H. Leroux, Twenty years of GATS case law: Does it taste like a good wine?
  • Markus Krajewski, Domestic regulation and services trade: Lessons from regional and bilateral free trade agreements
  • Bernard M. Hoekman & Petros C. Mavroidis, A technical barriers to trade agreement for services?
  • Panagiotis Delimatsis, Standard-setting in services: New frontiers in rule-making and the role of the EU
  • Sherry Stephenson & Gary C. Hufbauer, Services and state-owned enterprises
  • Mira Burri, Designing future-oriented multilateral rules for digital trade
  • L. Lee Tuthill, Cross-border data flows: What role for trade rules?
  • Tomer Broude & Shai Moses, The behavioural dynamics of positive and negative listing in services trade liberalization: A look at the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) negotiations
  • Rupa Chanda, Demographics and labour markets: Implications for mode 4 trade
  • Andrew Berry, Timon Bohn & Nanno Mulder, The changing landscape of global trade in business services and value chains: Are emerging economies taking over?
  • Joseph Wilson, Opening services markets in developing countries: What role for competition law?
  • Craig VanGrasstek & Mina Mashayekhi, The services trade agreements of developing countries
  • Pierre Sauvé & Natasha Ward, A trade in services waiver for least developed countries: Towards workable proposals
  • Gabriel Gari, Services negotiations: Where have we been and where are we heading?