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Ntms, Agricultural and Food Trade, and Competitiveness. A Special Issue of The World Economy

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  • Beghin, John C.
  • David Orden

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NTMs, Agricultural and Food Trade, and Competitiveness� Special Issue of The World Economy (forthcoming). Selected Papers from a European Commission co-funded Project on Assessment the Impacts of Non-tariff Measures on Competitiveness of the EU and Selected Trade Partners. Guest Editors: John Beghin and David Orden. The PDF file� has the Table of Contents and teh introduction. Please contact the authors for individual papers. Once the articles are available on line, we will link directly to them.Contents:Overview� Key Findings of the NTM-Impact Project�� �� David Orden, John Beghin, and Guy Henry��The Impact of Regulatory Heterogeneity on Agri-food Trade� �� Niven Winchester, Marie-Luise Rau, Christian Goetz, Bruno Larue, Tsunehiro Otsuki, Karl Shutes, Christine Wieck, Heloisa Lee Burnquist, Maurício Jorge Pinto de Souza, and Rosane Nunes de Faria �Convergence of US and EU Production Practices under the New FDA Food Safety Modernization Act� John Humphrey �Case Studies The Trade and Welfare Impacts of Australian Quarantine Policies: The Case of Pigmeat John Beghin and Mark Melatos Potential of Regional and Seasonal Requirements in US Regulation of Fresh Lemon Imports Caesar Cororaton and Everett Peterson Assessment of the Impact of Avian Influenza Related Regulatory Policies on Poultry Meat Trade and Welfare Christine Wieck, Simon Schlueter and Wolfgang Britz Compositional Standards, Import Permits and Market Structure: The Case of Canadian Cheese Imports Marie-Hélène Felt, Bruno Larue and Jean-Philippe Gervais �Effects of GlobalGAP on Horticultural Exports and Employment in Senegal�� Liesbeth Colen, Miet Maertens and Jo Swinnen �

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Paper provided by Iowa State University, Department of Economics in its series Staff General Research Papers with number 34934.

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Date of creation: 26 Feb 2012
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Handle: RePEc:isu:genres:34934

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Keywords: Non-tariff measures (NTMs); standards; agricultural tariffs; agricultural and agri-food trade; trade impact; welfare impact;

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  1. Beghin, John C., 2013. "Non-Tariff Measures with Market Imperfections: Trade and Welfare Implications," Staff General Research Papers 35923, Iowa State University, Department of Economics.

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