Edited by M. A.B. Siddique
This book is based on the premise that Regional Trade Agreements (RTAs) in the Asia-Pacific significantly impact on the material progress of the peoples of this region. These impacts – in terms of the benefits and costs associated with RTAs – will vary greatly from country to country. The internationally acclaimed contributors examine the theoretical perspective of RTAs in relation to exchange rates, the role and goals of the WTO and agriculture.
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- Regionalism, Trade and Economic Development in the Asia-Pacific Region
- Chapter 1: Regionalism, Trade and Economic Development: Theories and Evidence from the Asia-Pacific Region
- Chapter 2: Preferential Trade Agreements and the Role and Goals of the World Trade Organization
- Chapter 3: Preferential Trade Agreements and Exchange Rate Regimes
- Chapter 4: Major Trade Trends in APEC Economies: Implications for Regional Trade Agreements
- Chapter 5: Australia–United States Free Trade Agreement and its Implications for Japan
- Chapter 6: Free Trade Areas and Economic Integration in East Asia: The View from China
- Chapter 7: Reflections on Impacts and Outcomes of Regional Trade Liberalization in an Asia-Pacific Context
- Chapter 8: Korea’s Approaches to Regionalism
- Chapter 9: AUSFTA and its Implications for the Australian Stock Market
- Chapter 10: US–Singapore Free Trade Agreement: Implications for Singapore, Australia and other ASEAN Countries
- Chapter 11: Comparative Advantage in Thailand and Indonesia and Potential Free Trade Agreements: Implications for Trade Diversion
- Chapter 12: The Singapore–Australia Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA): Motivations and Implications for the Asia-Pacific Economies
- Chapter 13: The Commodity Coverage of PTAs: Does Agriculture Matter?
- Chapter 14: Multilateral Consequences of Bilateral Trade Agreements: AUSFTA and the Australian Wool Industry
- Chapter 15: Regionalism, Trade and Economic Development in the Asia-Pacific Region: Challenges Ahead
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