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The WTO, Subsidies and Countervailing Measures

The WTO, Subsidies and Countervailing Measures

Elgar Research Reviews in Economics

Marc Bacchetta and Michele Ruta

Subsidies and countervail have been the subject of much attention in recent decades. In this research review, the editors have selected seminal contributions to the literature on the economics of subsidies and countervailing duties in international trade, their role in trade agreements and their treatment in the GATT/WTO system.

About this Research Review

Marc Bacchetta and Michele Ruta

Subjects: economics and finance, institutional economics

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