References

This folder holds the following references to publications, sorted by year and author.

There are 27 references in this bibliography folder.

Bhagwati, J (2012).
The Broken Legs of Global Trade. Project Syndicate at http://www.project-syndicate.org/commentary/the-broken-legs-of-global-trade (accessed on August 25, 2012).
No source specified

Davey, W (2012).
The Future of the WTO: What Is Next for the WTO?
In: Paper presented at Stanford University Conference on the Future of the WTO, Stanford Center for International Development.

Hoekman, B (2012).
Emerging Economies and the WTO
In: Paper presented at Stanford University Conference on the Future of the WTO, Stanford Center for International Development.

Krishna, P (2012).
Preferential Trade Agreements and the World Trade System: A Multilateralist View.
In: Globalization in an Age of Crisis: Multilateral Co-operation in the Twenty First Century, ed. by Robert Feenstra and Alan Taylor, University of Chicago Press, Forthcoming.

Winters, A (2012).
The Future of the World Trade Organization: A Minimalist Manifesto to Maintain Multilateralism
In: Paper presented at Stanford University Conference on the Future of the WTO, April 26–27, Stanford Center for International Development.

WTO (World Trade Organization) (2011).
Trade Policy Review. WT/TPR/S/248
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WTO (World Trade Organization) (2011).
International Trade Statistics 2011
World Trade Organization, Geneva.

WTO, I and UNCTAD (2011).
World Tariff Profiles 2011
No source specified

Langhammer, R (2009).
Why a Marketplace Must Not Discriminate: The Case against a US-EU Free Trade Agreement
Business and Politics, 11(2):1–23.

Panagariya, A (2005).
Liberalizing Agriculture
Foreign Affairs:56–66.

Panagariya, A (2005).
Agricultural Liberalization and the Least Developed Countries: Six Fallacies
The World Economy 28(9), 28(9):1277–1299.

Rose, A (2004).
Do We Really Know That the WTO Increases Trade?
American Economic Review, 94(1):98–114.

Panagariya, A (2000).
Preferential Trade Liberalization: The Traditional Theory and New Developments
Journal of Economic Literature, 38(2):287–331.

Panagariya, A (1999).
Regionalism in Trade Policy: Essays on Preferential Trading
World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore.

Panagariya, A (1999).
The Regionalism Debate: An Overview
World Economy, 22(4):455–476.

Bhagwati, J and Panagariya, A (1996).
Preferential Trading Areas and Multilateralism: Strangers, Friends or Foes?
In: The Economics of Preferential Trading, ed. by Jagdish Bhagwati and Arvind Panagariya, Washington, D.C., AEI Press.

Panagariya, A (1996).
The Free Trade Area of the Americas: Good for Latin America?
World Economy, 19(5):485–515.

Bhagwati, J (1994).
Threats to the World trading System: Income Distribution and the Selfish Hegemon
Journal of International Affairs(spring).

Bhagwati, J (1990).
Seventh Harry G. Johnson Memorial Lecture. Multilateralism at Risk The GATT is Dead. Long Live the GATT
World Economy, 13(2):149–169.

Bhagwati, J (1978).
Foreign Trade Regimes and Economic Development: Anatomy and Consequences of Exchange Rate Regimes
National Bureau of Economic Research, New York.

Krueger, A (1978).
Foreign Trade Regime and Economic Development: Liberalization Attempts and Consequences
National Bureau of Economic Research, New York.

Little, I, Scitovsky, T, and Scott, M (1970).
Industry and Trade in Some Developing Countries
Oxford University Press, London.

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