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Trade policy with the lights on: linking trade and politicization

@inproceedings{Gheyle2016TradePW,
  title={Trade policy with the lights on: linking trade and politicization},
  author={Niels Gheyle},
  year={2016}
}
As the most hotly debated trade topic in recent history, several observers have dubbed TTIP a ‘politicized’ issue. Yet in the trade literature, there has not been much attention to what the latter concept entails, nor what its drivers and consequences are. I argue that we need to explicitly link the scholarly fields of trade and politicization, not only to explain several societal features in the TTIP debate, but also because it carries constraining consequences for policymakers on national and… Expand
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