日米通商政策における論点と選択肢<br>Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies (Studies in International Economics)

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日米通商政策における論点と選択肢
Issues and Options for U.S.-Japan Trade Policies (Studies in International Economics)

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基本説明

Analyzing major actions and positions taken by the two nations in the context of their national trade laws and policies.

Full Description


Addresses the central negotiating issues involving the trade policies and relations between the United States and Japan

Table of Contents

Preface                                            ix
Introduction and Overview 1 (22)
Robert M. Stern
Part One: WTO Multilateral Negotiating Issues
CGE Modeling and Analysis of Multilateral and 23 (54)
Regional Negotiating Options
Drusilla K. Brown
Alan V. Deardorff
Robert M. Stern
Comments
Keith E. Maskus 67 (4)
Keith Head 71 (6)
Reforming Japan's Agricultural Policies 77 (30)
Yoshihisa Godo
Comments
Will Martin 99 (6)
Sadao Nagaoka 105(2)
Tariffication in Services 107(22)
Alan V. Deardorff
Comments
T. N. Srinivasan 123(4)
Kyoji Fukao 127(2)
Japan, WTO Dispute Settlement, and the 129(10)
Millennium Round
William J. Davey
Antidumping as Safeguard Policy 139(26)
J. Michael Finger
Francis Ng
Sonam Wangchuk
Intellectual Property Issues for the United 165(16)
States and Japan: Disputes and Common
Interests
Keith E. Maskus
Prospects for Investment Negotiations in the 181(30)
WTO
Fukunari Kimura
Trade and Competition at the WTO: Competition 211(16)
Policy for Market-Access Development
Jiro Tamura
Part Two: Trade and Environment; Regionalism
Eco-Labelling, Environment, and International 227(26)
Trade
Kenzo Abe
Keisaku Higashida
Jota Ishikawa
Comments
Stephen W. Salant 249(2)
John Whalley 251(2)
Preferential Trade Arrangements vs. Open 253(20)
Regionalism: A Theoretical Analysis of APEC
Taiji Furusawa
Comment
Gordon H. Hanson 269(2)
Chong Xiang 271(2)
Is APEC a Building Block or Stumbling Block 273(36)
towards Trade Liberalization?
Masahiro Endoh
Comments
Jeffrey H. Bergstrand 299(4)
Arvind Panagariya 303(6)
Part Three: U.S.-Japan Bilateral Trade and
Investment Issues
U.S.-Japan Trade Policy and FDI Issues 309(54)
Robert M. Stern
Comments
Yoko Sazanami 355(4)
John Ries 359(4)
Dispute Settlement at the WTO and the Dole 363(28)
Commission: USTR Resources and Success
Gary R. Saxonhouse
Comment
Jude C. Hays 385(4)
David E. Weinstein 389(2)
Do U.S.-Japan Bilateral Trade Agreements 391(32)
Affect International Trade?
Theresa M. Greaney
Comment
Shujiro Urata 419(4)
Multilateralism, Unilateralism, and 423(16)
Bilateralism in U.S.-Japan Trade Relations: A
WTO Law Perspective
Robert Howse
Contributors 439