Publications

The role of domestic factors in the eu’s governance of labour standards through trade

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): MADUKO, Franklin, PÁL, Timea, BRUSZT, Laszlo
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/52, Global Governance Programme-445, [Global Economics], [Regulation and economic policy], [Trade, investment and international cooperation], [Transnationalism], [European governance]
  • Abstract: This paper analyses the role of domestic factors in the ability of the EU to promote NTPOs through formal trade policies and market integration, as two distinct governance approaches. Focusing [...]
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EU trade agreements and non-trade policy objectives

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): FERRARI, Alessandro, FIORINI, Matteo, FRANCOIS, Joseph, HOEKMAN, Bernard M., Lechner, Lisa, MANCHIN, Miriam, SANTI, Filippo
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/48, [Global Economics], [Trade], [Investment and international cooperation], Global Governance Programme-443
  • Abstract: The EU’s common commercial policy is used as an instrument to realize its values in EU trading partners, reflected in the inclusion of sustainable trade and development chapters in EU [...]
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Impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the international supply chain of swedish firms and measures to reduce vulnerability : a survey in collaboration with the confederation of Swedish enterprise

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): NORDSTRÖM, Håkan, ELFVING, Agnes, NILSSON, Elsa
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/46, Global Governance Programme-442, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: During the first stage of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, many companies faced disruptions in their international supply chains. This paper is based on a survey of 3441 Swedish companies. [...]
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Romance of the three kingdoms now playing in Geneva : WTO reform as a drama between the U.S., China and the EU

  • Type: Other
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): HOEKMAN, Bernard M., WOLFE, Robert
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS PP, 2021/03, Global Governance Programme, EU-Asia Project, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: The impetus for current talk of ‘WTO reform’ largely stems from the tension between the United States and China, but both powers must take account of the third major trade [...]
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Using utilization rates to identify rules of origin reforms : the case of EU free trade area agreements

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): CRIVELLI, Pramila, INAMA, Stefano, KASTENG, Jonas
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/21, Global Governance Programme-437, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: Governments are increasingly entering FTAs and mega-regionals to secure market access for their firms. Utilization rates are used to monitor whether firms are using these FTAs. This paper is part [...]
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The Covid-19 vaccine production club : will value chains temper nationalism?

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): EVENETT, Simon, HOEKMAN, Bernard M., ROCHA, Nadia, RUTA, Michele
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/36, Global Governance Programme-441, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: In the first two months of 2021, the production of COVID-19 vaccines has suffered setbacks delaying the implementation of national inoculation strategies. These delays have revealed the concentration of vaccine [...]
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How do you solve a problem like Maria? : US-countervailing measures (China) (21.5)

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): NELSON, Douglas
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/33, Global Governance Programme-440, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: The rise of China as a genuine world power, economically and militarily, constitutes the gravest challenge faced by the liberal international order constructed in the aftermath of the Great Depression [...]
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Nihil novi sub sole : the need for rethinking WTO and green subsidies in light of United States : renewable energy

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2021
  • Author(s): NELSON, Douglas, PUCCIO, Laura
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSC, 2021/32, Global Governance Programme-439, [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: US-Renewable Energy is the last in a series of WTO disputes involving subsidies schemes with local content requirements. Local content requirements (LCRs) are highly discriminatory and trade distortive instruments and [...]
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WTO dispute settlement and the appellate body crisis : back to the future?

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): HOEKMAN, Bernard M., MAVROIDIS, Petros C.
  • Series/Report no.: Bertelsmann Stiftung Working Papers, 2020, [Global Governance Programme], [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: Recent survey evidence and proposals made in long-running negotiations to improve WTO dispute settlement procedures illustrate that many stakeholders believe the system needs improvement. The Appellate Body crisis could have [...]
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WTO dispute settlement and the appellate body : insider perceptions and members’ revealed preferences

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): FIORINI, Matteo, HOEKMAN, Bernard M., MAVROIDIS, Petros C., SALUSTE, Maarja, WOLFE, Robert
  • Citation: Journal of world trade, 2020, Vol. 54, No. 5, pp. 667-698
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Economics]
  • Abstract: The WTO dispute settlement system is in crisis, following the decision of the United States to block new appointments to the Appellate Body (AB). The AB went into hibernation in [...]
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