Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Assessment (Policy Analyses in International Economics) (2020)

Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Assessment (Policy Analyses in International Economics) Various Cathleen Cimino-Isaacs Jeffrey J. Schott Trans Pacific Partnership An Assessment Policy Analyses in International Economics The Trans Pacific Partnership TPP between Pacific Rim countries has generated the most intensive political debate about the role of trade in the United States in a generation The TPP is one of the
  • Title: Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Assessment (Policy Analyses in International Economics)
  • Author: Various Cathleen Cimino-Isaacs Jeffrey J. Schott
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  • Page: 355
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Trans-Pacific Partnership: An Assessment (Policy Analyses in International Economics) Various Cathleen Cimino-Isaacs Jeffrey J. Schott The Trans Pacific Partnership TPP between 12 Pacific Rim countries has generated the most intensive political debate about the role of trade in the United States in a generation The TPP is one of the broadest and most progressive free trade agreements since the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA The essays in this Policy Analysis provide estimates of the TPP sThe Trans Pacific Partnership TPP between 12 Pacific Rim countries has generated the most intensive political debate about the role of trade in the United States in a generation The TPP is one of the broadest and most progressive free trade agreements since the North American Free Trade Agreement NAFTA The essays in this Policy Analysis provide estimates of the TPP s benefits and costs and analyze than 20 issues in the agreement, including environmental and labor standards, tariff schedules, investment and competition policy, intellectual property, ecommerce, services and financial services, government procurement, dispute settlement, and agriculture Through extensive analysis of the TPP text, PIIE scholars present an indispensable and detailed reader s guide that also sheds light on the agreement s merits and shortcomings.In Rich People Poor Countries, Caroline Freund identifies and analyzes nearly 700 emerging market billionaires whose net worth adds up to than 2 trillion Freund finds that these titans of industry are propelling poor countries out of their small scale production and agricultural past and into a future of multinational industry and service based mega firms And often than not, the new billionaires are using their newfound acumen to navigate the globalized economy, without necessarily relying on political connections, inheritance, or privileged access to resources This story of emerging market billionaires and the global businesses they create dramatically illuminates the process of industrialization in the modern world economy.
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