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Mounting Uncertainty and Power Shifting in Global Economic Governance: Addressing Multilateral Stability in the Context of Rising Regionalism

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Susy Frankel and Meredith Kolsky Lewis (eds.), Trade Agreements at the Crossroads. London and New York: Routledge, 2014. Pp. 270. Hardback £95. ISBN 978–0–415–63525–7.

The book under review addresses trade agreements in the context of the current global economic crisis and the uncompleted Doha Round. The fact that Doha Round negotiations failed to deliver their promises, coupled with the recent surge of free trade agreements, have created both a time of uncertainty and a heightened focus of international economic law scholarship on the implications of the issues creating this uncertainty. This collection of eleven essays covers areas, where, despite the current period of confusion and economic change, there are new, continued or regained activities. The authors seek to adopt new approaches to old problems and to address new challenges in modern-day economic relations among countries. Trying times that we are currently experiencing, coupled by the conclusion of trade alliances (among which the now mega-regionals) that pose serious threats to modern-day multilateralism, raise debates around building a stable economic future.

Affiliations: 1: Università Commerciale L. Bocconi, Milan, Italy, regis.simo@phd.unibocconi.it

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2015-01-03
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