Competing Regionalism – Patterns, Economic Impact and Implications for the Multilateral Trading System
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- Woolcock, S., Barfield, C., MacLaren, D. et al. Intereconomics (2007) 42: 236. doi:10.1007/s10272-007-0225-8
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The stagnation of the Doha Round trade talks has given a fresh impetus to regionalism worldwide which manifests itself in a race for markets between regional trading blocs. This Forum is concerned with the patterns of regionalism to be found in different parts of the world, with their interplay and the implications for the multilateral trading system.