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Antidumping Industrial Policy

Legalized Protectionism in the WTO and What to do About it

by Ben J. Wattenberg

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by AEI Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International Law,
  • International trade,
  • Finance,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • ASIA,
  • Europe,
  • USA,
  • General,
  • Political Science / General,
  • International - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8245342M
    ISBN 100844770841
    ISBN 109780844770840

      This paper exploits newly available data to examine the pattern of actual industrial use of antidumping in nine of the major "new user" developing countries - Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru, Turkey and Venezuela. First, we find evidence consistent with the theory of endogenous trade policy: larger industries The Role of Trade Policy in Promoting Sustainable Agriculture Standing Up for Competition: Market Concentration, Regulation, and Europe’s Qu Sweden, UK and the EU: Managing post-Brexit Relations and Defining a new Agenda

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      (1) charges for construction, erection, assembly, maintenance, or technical assistance, undertaken after importation on import goods such as industrial plant, machinery or equipment; (2) the costs of transport, charges associated with transport, and the cost of insurance incurred after unloading of import goods at the port or place of entry   Antidumping Measures Prospects For Developing Countries antidumping law has implications for the endogenous formation of its trade policy. Under the WTO Antidumping Agreement, any member that uses the policy must create an administrative procedure to investigate demands for antidumping protection. The WTO and Antidumping in Page 9/32


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BOOK REVIEWS Brian Hindley and Patrick A. Messerlin, Antidumping Industrial Policy; Legalized Pvotectionisrn in the WTO What To Do About It, The American Enterprise Institute Press, Washington, D.C., and It seems that Hindley and Messerlin share Paul Krugrnan's belief that good Antidumping Industrial Policy book has to be expressed in understandable language to the non-expert, so as to eventually become policy Antidumping actions are increasingly used as a means of fostering and protecting "strategic industries" by both developed and developing countries.

This study analyzes the antidumping systems of a number of key trading nations and traces the interconnections with industrial :// Dr. Klaus Günter Deutsch, Economic and industrial policy, German Federation of Industries This book successfully integrates two research traditions in international politics – the traditional view that looks at domestic factors of anti-dumping policies and the strategic view that conditions the imposition of anti-dumping measures on the  › Economics › International Economics / European Integration.

Antidumping trade protection is one of the most frequent and ubiquitous trade policies in the global economy. This volume brings together the key reference pieces in the antidumping literature that have critically defined and shaped what we know about this important and unique form of trade :// In addition to it antidumping measures have to be analysed in the general economic policy background of the country.

The book attempts to do the same and concludes that although there are very few cases in which antidumping measrues were sought for protectionist purposes, in genreal Indian domestic industry has been vulnerable when it sought  › Home › eBooks. - Buy Antidumping Measures: Policy, Law and Practice in India book online at best prices in India on Read Antidumping Measures: Policy, Law and Practice in India book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified ://   The alarming increase in the number of antidumping actions pursued by both industrial and developing countries has caused considerable concern among economists, lawyers, and trade reformers.

These concerns have led to suggestions to substitute antitrust principles for antidumping laws and regulations or to use safeguard measures under Article The theoretical framework, presented in this chapter, will provide a better understanding of antidumping policies and their implications for regulators, policymakers, managers, and academicians, while the results presented herein can be readily employed in real-life scenarios, making the results presented in this chapter practically useful for   This book is about policy managers in national capitals,particularly those who cre-ated and used “trade defense”or “contingent protection”mechanisms to support unprecedented programs of trade gh such mechanisms— safeguards and antidumping in particular—are often associated with interna-   antidumping or countervailing duty investigation upon receipt of a completed questionnaire.

However, the usual practice is for the petitioner to submit a petition in text rather than questionnaire form. 4 In any event, staff at both Commerce and the Commission welcome the In the s antidumping was used mainly by a handful of industrial countries.

More recently developing countries have used it increasingly often. Since the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreements went into effect indeveloping countries have initiated antidumping cases, developed countries (through June ). Australia's Antidumping Policies and Practices, OECD Committee on Competition Law and Policy Working Document DAFFE The gathering storm of antidumping enforcement in China Jan Michael O.

Moore & Mark Wu, Antidumping and Strategic Industrial Policy: Tit-for-Tat Trade Remedies and the China–X-Ray Equipment Dispute, 14 World Trade Rev. Categories: International, Foreign & Comparative Law   Protectionism: The Irrationality of Antidumping Laws (AEI Press, ). The book traced the attempts by succeeding U.S.

administrations over the past several decades to use antidumping actions as industrial policy tools to foster and protect four industries: semiconductors, flat-panel displays, supercomputers—and steel (steel was added on   Antidumping Industrial Policy: Legalized Protectionism in the Wto and What to Do About It (Seminar Series; 59) [Hindley, Brian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Antidumping Industrial Policy: Legalized Protectionism in the Wto and What to Do About It (Seminar Series; 59) › Books › Business & Money › International. The fourth part of the book, economic effects of antidumping policies, contains several papers on how domestic and foreign firms adjust to antidumping legislation.

Chapter 12 is a paper by J. Michael Finger, which argues that the rhetoric behind antidumping laws is inconsistent with their true purpose, which is ordinary :// Downloadable (with restrictions).

Although antidumping duties are instruments of trade policy, they are motivated by and have potentially significant impacts on domestic industry interests. The articles in this special issue provide evidence on the effects of antidumping on domestic firms and import patterns; in particular, they stress that these effects are not likely to be uniform across all Browse book content.

About the book. Search in this book. Search in this book. Browse content antidumping, and countervailing duties. of multiple tariff rates in marked the beginning of a series of attempts to utilize tariffs as an instrument of industrial policy.

The pursuit of an import-substitution industrialization strategy Antidumping The Devilish Details of "Unfair Trade" Law All Quiet on the Antidumping Front. Take a Closer Look Zeroing In: Antidumping’s Flawed Methodology under Fire Paolo Farah, Roberto Soprano, Dumping and antidumping. Publisher Sole 24 Ore Dumping e Anti-dumping; by Don Mathew - says that arguments against "dumping" are Brian Hindley and Patrick A.

Messerlin, Antidumping Industrial Policy: Legalized Protectionism in the WTO and What to Do About It, American Enterprise Institute Press, Washington, D.C.

Bernard Hoekman, Aaditya Mattoo and Philip English (eds.), Development, Trade and the WTO: A Handbook, World Bank, Washington, ://?lang=en. Downloadable! Antidumping is by far the most prevalent instrument applied by countries to impose new import restrictions.

In the s antidumping was used mainly by a handful of industrial countries. More recently developing countries have used it increasingly often. Since the World Trade Organization (WTO) Agreements went into effect indeveloping countries have initiated   In addition to this, antidumping measures have to be analysed in the general economic policy background of the country.

The book attempts to do the same and concludes that although there are very few cases in which antidumping measures were sought for protectionist purposes, in general Indian domestic industry has been vulnerable when it sought ?abstract_id=As protectionism increased in the s and 80s, the use of non-tariff barriers rose dramatically.

This book, first published inexplores how the use of one such barrier, antidumping