Regionalism versus Multilateralism

  • Tudies L
  • Aper R
  • Charnovitz S
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The question of ‘regionalism,’ defined broadly as preferential trade agreements among a subset of nations, is a longstanding one. As with all great issues, economists have long been divided on the wisdom of such arrangements. So have policymakers.

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  • L Egal S Tudies

  • R Esearch P Aper

  • Steve Charnovitz

  • Jagdish N. Bhagwati

  • Rorden Wilkinson

  • Jagdish N. Bhagwati

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