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The Road To Bali: ERIA Perspectives on the WTO Ministerial and Asian Integration

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  • Yoshifumi Fukunaga
  • John Riady, Pierre Sauve

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  • Yoshifumi FUKUNAGA
  • John Riady
  • Pierre Sauve
  • Zhang Yunling
  • Jin Kyo Suh
  • Hank Lim
  • Daisuke Hiratsuka
  • Vananrith Chheang
  • Gary Hawke
  • Erlinda M. Medalla
  • Vo Tri Thanh
  • Yose Rizal Damuri
  • Sandar Oo & Zin Zin Naing
  • Biswajit Dhar
  • Zakariah Rashid
  • Leeber Leebouapao
  • Malcolm Bosworth
  • Simon Lacey

Abstract

The World Trade Organization (WTO) will stage its ninth Ministerial Conference (MC9) in Bali, Indonesia, on 3-6 December 2013. The meeting comes at a critical juncture for the multilateral trade body, long mired in the Doha Round stalemate. Beyond offering a critical first test at consensus-building and institutional renewal, the Bali Ministerial affords a unique opportunity to gauge contrasting perceptions across ASEAN and East Asian countries of the continued relevance of the WTO to trade and economic governance within the region and beyond.Resulting from the collaborative efforts of the Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), the Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH) and the World Trade Institute (WTI) at the University of Bern, this policy research initiative has sought to encourage comparative scholarship from ERIA’s Regional Institution Network (RIN) members1 on some of the key questions arising from the forthcoming WTO Ministerial gathering

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  • Yoshifumi FUKUNAGA & John Riady & Pierre Sauve & Zhang Yunling & Jin Kyo Suh & Hank Lim & Daisuke Hiratsuka & Vananrith Chheang & Gary Hawke & Erlinda M. Medalla & Vo Tri Thanh & Yose Rizal Damuri & S, . "The Road To Bali: ERIA Perspectives on the WTO Ministerial and Asian Integration," Books, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia (ERIA), number 2012-rpr-31 edited by Yoshifumi Fukunaga & John Riady, Pierre Sauve.
  • Handle: RePEc:era:eriabk:2012-rpr-31
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