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Trade, environment & competitiveness

sustaining Canada"s prosperity

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Published by National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada,
  • Canada.
    • Subjects:
    • Environmental policy -- Canada,
    • International trade -- Environmental aspects,
    • Commercial policy -- Environmental aspects,
    • Competition, International,
    • Canada -- Commercial policy -- Environmental aspects,
    • Canada -- Commerce

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 375-391).

      Other titlesTrade, environment, and competitiveness.
      Statementeditors, John Kirton and Sarah Richardson ; [foreword by Arthur R. Sawchuk].
      SeriesNational round table series on sustainable development ;, 7
      ContributionsKirton, John J., Richardson, Sarah, 1964-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF1479 .T727 1992
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 394 p. ;
      Number of Pages394
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1503261M
      ISBN 101895643139
      LC Control Number93182403

      Book Description. Against the backdrop of growing anti-globalisation sentiments and increasing fragmentation of the production process across countries, this book addresses how the Indonesian economy should respond and how Indonesia should shape its trade and industrial policies in this new world trade environment. Nowhere has the divide between advocates and critics of globalization been more striking than in debates over free trade and the environment. And yet the literature on the subject is high on rhetoric and low on results. This book is the first to systematically investigate the subject using both economic theory and empirical analysis.

      The trade and environmental regimes are two of the most dynamic regimes in all of international law. There are physical and economic effects of trade on the environment. This article briefly considers this relationship, because empirical questions about the actual effects of free trade on the environment form an important part of the backdrop for the trade and environment debate. (). Trade, national competitiveness and the environment‐part i: the empirical story. International Journal of Environmental Studies: Vol. 53, No. 3, pp.

      U.S. firms compete successfully in world trade only by degrading the environment, inflicting pollution-related public health costs on others, depleting natural resources, or otherwise 5 Porter and van der Linde, “Towards a New Conception of Environment-Competitiveness Relationship,” Journal of. Trade & Competitiveness SmartLessons share IFC project experience in promoting private sector growth.


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