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The WTO and Accession Countries
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Contents: Volume I Acknowledgments Introduction Carlos A. Primo Braga and Olivier Cattaneo PART I OVERVIEW 1. Rolf J. Langhammer and Matthias Lucke (1999), `WTO Accession Issues' 2. Constantine Michalopoulos (2002), `WTO Accession' 3. Murray G. Smith (1996), `Accession to the WTO: Key Strategic Issues' 4. Jaroslaw Pietras (1998), `The Role of the WTO for Economies in Transition' PART II THE ECONOMIC DIMENSION OF WTO ACCESSION 5. Kyle Bagwell and Robert W. Staiger (1999), `An Economic Theory of GATT' 6. Robert W. Staiger (2006), `A book review of Fatouma Jawara and Aileen Kwa, Behind the Scenes at the WTO: The Real World of International Trade Negotiations: Lessons of Cancun, Palgrave, New York, 2003' 7. Andrew K. Rose (2004), `Do We Really Know that the WTO Increases Trade?' 8. Arvind Subramanian and Shang-Jin Wei (2007), `The WTO Promotes Trade, Strongly, but Unevenly' 9. Michael Tomz, Judith L. Goldstein and Douglas Rivers (2007), `Do We Really Know That the WTO Increases Trade? Comment' 10. Andrew K. Rose (2007), `Do We Really Know That the WTO Increases Trade? Reply' 11. Bogdan Lissovolik and Yaroslav Lissovolik (2004), `Russia and the WTO: The "Gravity" of Outsider Status' PART III THE LEGAL DIMENSION OF WTO ACCESSION 12. Julia Ya Qin (2003), `WTO-plus Obligations and Their Implications for the World Trade Organization Legal System' 13. Steve Charnovitz (2008), `Mapping the Law of WTO Accession' 14. Bernard Hoekman and Jayanta Roy (2000), `Benefiting from WTO Accession and Membership' 15. Sylvia A. Rhodes and John H. Jackson (1999), `United States Law and China's WTO Accession Process' 16. Alexander Polouektov (2002), `Non-Market Economy Issue in WTO Anti-Dumping Law and Accession Negotiations - Revival of a Two-Tier Membership?' PART IV THE POLITICAL DIMENSION OF WTO ACCESSION 17. Leah Haus (1991), `The East European Countries and the GATT: The Role of Realism, Mercantilism, and Regime Theory in Explaining East-West Trade Negotiations' 18. Anna Lanoszka (2001), `The World Trade Organization Accession Process: Negotiating Participation in a Globalizing Economy' 19. Simon Lacey (2007), `The View From the Other Side of the Table: WTO Accession from the Perspective of WTO Members' 20. Simon Evenett and Carlos A. Primo Braga (2006), `WTO Accession: Moving the Goalposts?' 21. Craig VanGrasstek, `Why Demands on Acceding Countries Increase Over Time: A Three-dimensional Analysis of Multilateral Trade Diplomacy' Volume II Acknowledgments PART I COUNTRY-CASE STUDIES ON WTO ACCESSION 1. Zdenek Drabek and Marc Bacchetta (2004), `Tracing the Effects of WTO Accession on Policy-making in Sovereign States: Preliminary Lessons from the Recent Experience of Transition Countries' 2. Elena Ianchovichina and Will Martin (2001), `Trade Liberalization in China's Accession to the WTO' 3. David Tarr (2007), `Russian WTO Accession: What Has Been Accomplished, What Can Be Expected' 4. Pierre Sauve (2005), `Economic Impact and Social Adjustment Costs of Accession to the World Trade Organization: Cambodia and Nepal' 5. P.R. Rajkarnikar (2005), `Nepal: The Role of an NGO in Support of Accession' 6. Samnang Chea and Hach Sok (2005), `Cambodia's Accession to the WTO: "Fast Track" Accession by a Least Developed Country' 7. Damedin Tsogtbaatar (2005), `Mongolia's WTO Accession: Expectations and Realities of WTO Membership' 8. Daniel Gay (2005), `Vanuatu's Suspended Accession Bid: Second Thoughts?' PART II SECTOR -SPECIFIC DIMENSION OF WTO ACCESSION 9. Will Martin (2003), `Implications of Reform and WTO Accession for China's Agricultural Policies' 10. Murray Gibbs and Anar Mamedov (2001), `Energy-related Issues in the WTO Accession Negotiations' 11. Joseph F. Francois and Dean Spinanger (2004), `WTO Accession and the Structure of China's Motor Vehicle Sector' 12. Felix Eschenbach and Bernard Hoekman (2006), `Services Policies in Transition Economies: On the EU and the WTO as Commitment Mechanisms' 13. Aaditya Mattoo (2003), `China's Accession to the WTO: The Services Dimension' 14. Phan Van Sam and Vo Thanh Thu (2005), `Preparation by Vietnam's Banking Sector for WTO Accession' 15. Angus Henderson, Iain Gentle and Elise Ball (2005), `WTO Principles and Telecommunications in Developing Nations: Challenges and Consequences of Accession' 16. Frederick Abbott and Carlos M. Correa (2007), `The Accession Process and its Legal Consequences' 17. Keith E. Maskus (2004), `Intellectual Property Rights in the WTO Accession Package: Assessing China's Reforms' Name Index

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Edited by Carlos A. Primo Braga, Associate Professor, Fundacao Dom Cabra, Brazil, Visiting Professor, IMD Business School, Switzerland and Olivier Cattaneo, Senior Trade Specialist, The World Bank, US

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'Accession to the WTO is a complex, long and unique process. Carlos Primo Braga and Olivier Cattaneo have assembled an impressive collection of literature that analyzes accessions from an economic, legal, political and sectoral perspective, as well as some country-case studies. This is the state-of-the-art of what we know about accessions. The editors bring it all together in the introduction, posing the right and difficult questions and making critical observations. This publication is a must to both understand and improve these negotiations that currently involve the Members of the WTO with 29 acceding candidates.' - Alejandro Jara, Deputy Director General, World Trade Organization, Switzerland

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