Domestic Structures and International Trade : The unfair trade instruments of the United States and the European Union
Title: Domestic Structures and International Trade : The unfair trade instruments of the United States and the European Union
Author: MOLYNEUX, Candido Tomas
Citation: Oxford/Portland, Hart, 2001, Studies in European law and integration
The author, a lawyer in Brussels and lecturer at the College of Europe in Natolin, places international trade law within an economic, political, and sociological context, focusing on the US and the European Union. Contending that, despite globalization, societies organize themselves differently and have diverse expectations of their governments and market actors, he explores how these differences affect the trading partners' policies in an age when nearly everything can be considered a matter of commerce. He also examines how domestic structures affect trade policy when the external world has a strong impact on the domestic sphere.
Type of Access: openAccess
Initial version: http://hdl.handle.net/1814/4713
Version: Published version of EUI PhD thesis, 1999