Aggressive Unilateralism: Americas 301 Trade Policy and World Trading System
A comprehensive analysis of aggressive unilateralism in trade policy. This volume grew out of an international conference entitled S̀uper 301 and the World Trading System,' held at Columbia University on December 1-2, 1989.
This title was formally part of the Studies in International Trade Policy Series, now called Studies in International Economics.
University of Michigan Press
Ann Arbor, MI
"A timely antidote to the unilateralist venom poisoning U.S. trade policy."
—Martin Wolf, Financial Times
"...an excellent, timely, and eminently readable analysis of the most controversial, current change in U.S. trade policy.... Neither Congressmen nor scholars can afford the luxury of not reading it."
—T. N. Srinivasan, Yale University
"...present[s] the most comprehensive analysis available on the 'best' alternative available option to multilateralism – and find[s] it grossly wanting."
—Sylvia Ostry, University of Toronto
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Bhagwati, Jagdish N. and Patrick, Hugh T., "Aggressive Unilateralism: Americas 301 Trade Policy and World Trading System" (1990). Books. 268.