Small Countries and the Case for Regionalism vs. Multilateralism

Abstract

Much of the debate over whether or not developing countries gain from regional trade agreements (RTA’s) has focused on two characteristics that are common to developing countries: their relatively high tariffs and their high trade dependencies on one or a few developed trade partners. In this paper, we address a third common characteristic: their use of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Burfisher2000SmallCA, title={Small Countries and the Case for Regionalism vs. Multilateralism}, author={Mary E. Burfisher and Sherman Robinson and Karen Thierfelder}, year={2000} }