Edited by Pierre Sauvé and Martin Roy
This Research Handbook explores the latest frontiers in services trade by drawing on insights from empirical economics, law and global political economy. The world’s foremost experts take stock of the learning done to date in services trade, explore policy questions bedevilling analysts and direct attention to a host of issues, old and new, confronting those interested in the service economy and its rising salience in cross-border exchange. The Handbook’s 22 chapters shed informed analytical light on a subject matter whose substantive remit continues to be shaped by rapid evolutions in technology, data gathering, market structures, consumer preferences, approaches to regulation and by ongoing shifts in the frontier between the market and the state.
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- Research Handbook on Trade in Services
- List of contributors
- Introduction and overview
- Chapter 1: Charting the evolving landscape of services trade policies: Recent patterns of protection and liberalization
- Chapter 2: Measuring trade in services in a world of global value chains
- Chapter 3: Trade costs and global value chains in services
- Chapter 4: Ricardo does services: Service sector regulation and comparative advantage in goods
- Chapter 5: Going beyond the 0/1 dummy: Estimating the effect of heterogeneous provisions in services agreements on services trade
- Chapter 6: Nurturing the competitiveness of services exports: Metrics and policy options
- Chapter 7: Services trade and regulatory reform: A methodology for developing countries
- Chapter 8: Twenty years of GATS case law: Does it taste like a good wine?
- Chapter 9: Domestic regulation and services trade: Lessons from regional and bilateral free trade agreements
- Chapter 10: A technical barriers to trade agreement for services?
- Chapter 11: Standard-setting in services: New frontiers in rule-making and the role of the EU
- Chapter 12: Services and state-owned enterprises
- Chapter 13: Designing future-oriented multilateral rules for digital trade
- Chapter 14: Cross-border data flows: What role for trade rules?
- Chapter 15: The behavioural dynamics of positive and negative listing in services trade liberalization: A look at the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) negotiations
- Chapter 16: Demographics and labour markets: Implications for mode 4 trade
- Chapter 17: The changing landscape of global trade in business services and value chains: Are emerging economies taking over?
- Chapter 18: Opening services markets in developing countries: What role for competition law?
- Chapter 19: The services trade agreements of developing countries
- Chapter 20: A trade in services waiver for least developed countries: Towards workable proposals
- Chapter 21: Services negotiations: Where have we been and where are we heading?
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