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Changing national regulations to meet international standards (as in the WTO) introduces non-economic risks (such as environmental damage) which need to be assessed and managed. Sixteen papers presented at the Melbourne Business School in February of 1999 discuss risk and the WTO, managing risk in policymaking, negotiating experience with risk, national risks and quarantine standards, and managing biotechnology. A sampling of topics includes applying SPS in WTO disputes, allowing for risk in setting standards, reducing chemical risks (OECD and lead), a business view of quarantine, and government regulations and genetically-modified organisms. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Globalization And The Environment: Risk Assessment And The Wto by David Robertson

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Author
David Robertson
Publisher
Edward Elgar Publishing
Date of release
Pages
256
ISBN
9781840645385
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Hardcover
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