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  • 16 Mar 2022
    Cover for Indigenous Peoples and International Trade
    Risa Schwartz, John Borrows

    An Introduction to Indigenous Peoples and International Trade

    Since the publication of Indigenous Peoples and International Trade there has been a number of notable international legal economic instruments incorporating provisions relevant for Indigenous Peoples, The Indigenous Peoples Economic and Trade Cooperation Arrangement (IPETCA), endorsed by Australia, Canada, New Zealand and Taiwan in late 2021, is the first multilateral economic instrument dedicated to Indigenous […]

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  • 24 Sep 2021
    John A. Hall, John L. Campbell

    Capitalism: What We Can Learn from Economists of the Past

    Our book, What Capitalism Needs, spells out what capitalism needs, drawing on the ideas of great but unduly neglected economists of the past including Friedrich List, Joseph Schumpeter, Maynard Keynes and Albert Hirschman—but with most attention being paid to Adam Smith and Karl Polanyi.

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  • 9 Jul 2020
    Artist’s impression of Perseverance on the Martian surface.
    Wallace Arthur

    Mars: The nearest part of the biological universe?

    Author of The Biological Universe, Wallace Arthur, discusses what we can expect from the NASA Mars 2020 mission. The launch date is correct at time of publication.

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  • 12 Mar 2020
    Francine McKenzie

    GATT: A Despised Do-Gooding Organization

    The World Trade Organization has always had more critics than champions.  These days, the charges that are made against the WTO include that it has overstepped its authority, that it impedes the ability of members to set their own trade policies, and, paradoxically, that it has been unable to deal effectively with China.  The recent […]

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  • 18 Apr 2019
    Frank J. Garcia

    Trade, Trump, and Brexit

    As an American, I can’t help but read the slow-motion drama that is Brexit through the lens of the 2016 Trump election. Each is a referendum on a half-century of internationalist and neoliberal policies at home and abroad, and on the political establishment (both liberal and conservative) responsible for implementing them. Both have made it […]

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  • 25 Feb 2019
    Frank J. Garcia

    Consent and Coercion in Trump’s Trade Policy

    Frank J. Garcia, author of Consent and Trade, on US trade policy under the leadership of Donald Trump

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  • 16 Feb 2010

    Mark Manger on Rorotoko

    Preferential trade agreements have exploded in number over the past decade. But what do they really achieve? Mark Manger explains the ins and outs of international trade for Rorotoko, and manages to make international law fascinating in the process.

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