Integrating work from the fields of political science, economics, law and policy the Handbook of International Political Economy of Trade is a fresh perspective on the fundamental political causes and consequences of trade. Under the guidance of David Deese, a prestigious group of international authors address the most important and promising research questions underlying international trade policy today including: Trade as an "Engine" of integration, growth or inequality? Domestic politics, development strategy and democracy Regions and regionalism in the lead The global governance of trade: who's accountable and who governs? Trade as globalization The future of trade This accessible, comprehensive and pertinent Handbook will be of interest to academics, researchers and students working in the fields of international politics, in particular political economy and foreign policy, and the economics of trade. Practitioners working in civil society trade organisations, government agencies, and intergovernmental organisations will also find much of interest.
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd