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  • Author:
    Alexandra Bensch,Hugo Paemen
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The Choice for Europe: Social Purpose and State Power from Messina to Maastricht From the GATT to the WTO: The European Community in the Uruguay Round . Paeman, hugo, and alexandra bensch.

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by Hugo Paemen, Alexandra Bensch

by Hugo Paemen, Alexandra Bensch. ISBN 9789061867128 (978-90-6186-712-8) Softcover, Coronet Books Inc, 1995. The Transatlantic Economic Challenge: A Report of the CSIS Global Dialogue between the European Union and the (CSIS Reports). by Bruce Stokes, Hugo Paemen.

Paemen, Hugo, and Bensch, Alexandra. From the GATT to the WTO: The European Community in the Uruguay Round. A Behavioral Theory of Labor Negotiations: An Analysis of a Social Interaction System. Leuven, Belgium: Leuven University Press. Patterson, Lee Ann. 1997. Agricultural Policy Reform in the European Community. International Organization 51 (1): 135–65. Peterson, John, and Cowles, Maria Green. Woolcock, Stephen, and Hodges, Michael. EU Policy in the Uruguay Round. London: Oxford University Press.

Hugo Paemen & Alexandra Bensch, From the GATT to the WTO : The European Community in the Uruguay Round (Studies in Social & Economic History, No 31) - Ernest H. Preeg, Traders and Diplomats; An Analysis of the Kennedy Round of Negotiations Under th. . Preeg, Traders and Diplomats; An Analysis of the Kennedy Round of Negotiations Under the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Brookings Institution, 1970). Ernest H. Preeg, Traders in a Brave New World : The Uruguay Round and the Future of the International Trading System (Univ. of Chicago Press, 1995)

Hugo Paemen & Alexandra Bensch, From the GATT to the WTO : The European Community in the Uruguay Round (Studies in Social & Economic History, No 31) - Ernest H. of Chicago Press, 1995)

The GATT, and its successor the WTO, have successfully reduced tariffs. The 76 existing GATT members and the European Communities became the founding members of the WTO on 1 January 1995.

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Multifaceted – not fully understood, Globalization: (Economic, social .

Multifaceted – not fully understood, Globalization: (Economic, social, cultural, political, technological) process by which the people of the world are unified into a single society and functioning together International economic relations are beneficial to all thanks to international division of labor (esp the theory of comparative advantage and of opportunity costs: even if a country could produce everything more efficiently than another country, it would reap gains from specializing in what it was best at producing and trading with other nations). Liberalism is hostile to economic selfsufficiency