Friday, December 15, 2017

Kireyev & Osakwe: Trade Multilateralism in the Twenty-First Century

Alexei Kireyev (International Monetary Fund) & Chiedu Osakwe (World Trade Organization) have published Trade Multilateralism in the Twenty-First Century: Building the Upper Floors of the Trading System through WTO Accessions (Cambridge Univ. Press 2017). Contents include:
  • Alexei Kireyev & Chiedu Osakwe, Making trade multilateralism work for all: the role of WTO accessions
  • Alexei Kireyev, The WTO and the changing state of the global economy
  • Micheline Calmy-Rey & Svenja Rauch, The art and science of negotiation: de-politicizing and technicizing negotiations
  • Alexei Kireyev, Chiedu Osakwe & Anna Varyanik, The accession of Kazakhstan: dealing with complexity
  • Arancha González, Helping businesses navigate WTO accession
  • Maša Lekić & Chiedu Osakwe, WTO rules, accession protocols and mega-regionals – complementarity and governance in the rules-based global economy
  • Juneyoung Lee, Nora Neufeld & Anna Varyanik, Promoting good governance: from encouraging a principle to taking concrete action – examples from WTO accession protocols and the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement
  • Hubert Escaith, Chiedu Osakwe, Vicky Chemutai & Ying Yan, Transforming accessions data into knowledge
  • Ellen Johnson Sirleaf & Axel Addy, Accession of Liberia: an agenda for transformation
  • Humayoon Rasaw, Afghanistan's accession: challenged by conflict
  • Pierre Laporte, Charles Morin & Cillia Mangroo, The WTO accession of Seychelles: lessons from a small island economy
  • Atsuyuki Oike, WTO accession negotiations from a negotiator's perspective
  • Antony Taubman, How post-TRIPS negotiations reframe the 'trade-related aspects' of intellectual property after TRIPS: the lessons of WTO accessions
  • Robert D. Anderson, Anna Caroline Müller & Nivedita Sen, Competition policy in WTO accessions: filling in the blanks in the international trading system
  • Tatiana Yanguas Acosta, Geographical indications in the accessions landscape
  • Diwakar Dixit, WTO accession commitments on agriculture: lessons for WTO rule-making
  • Nannan Gao & Fangying Zheng, The WTO-plus obligations: dual class or a strengthened system?
  • Josefita Pardo de León & Mariam Soumaré, Accession protocols and the private sector
  • Maika Oshikawa, Post-accession support platform
  • Alexei Kireyev & Chiedu Osakwe, Conclusion – trade multilateralism: enhancing flexibility, preserving the momentum