HANDBOOK ON TRADE AND THE ENVIRONMENT
|Author(s)||Kevin P. Gallagher|
|Publisher||Edward Elgar Pub|
|D O W N L O A D|
The author of this remarkably comprehensive and informative publication has managed to compile a brand new and wide-ranging collection of the expert opinions on the shipping trade and the environment. During the past twenty years both scholars and policy makers have been seriously struggling trying to understand how exactly the global international trade affects the natural environment.
In his book, Kevin Gallagher is providing readers with the instruments to do that. the content of the book is divided in three main parts. The first part is dealing with the trade and environmental quality, while the second part is devoted to the trade and environmental politics, and the last third part deals with the trade and environmental policy itself.
The topics covered within this book include the pollution haven hypothesis, investor rights, trade institutions, water resources management, foreign direct investment, global shipping industry, sustainable industrial development, and many others. The publication is expected to serve as an excellent practical guide for the newcomers to the industry and policy-makers who require a quick and handy reference to the relevant researches.
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