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Post-Communist economies and Western trade discrimination Post-Communist economies and Western trade discrimination :
Antidumping duties.
Former communist countries--Commerce--United States.
Former communist countries--Commerce--European Union countries.
United States--Commerce--Former communist countries.
European Union countries--Commerce--Former communist countries.
Droits antidumping.
Anciens pays communistes--Commerce--États-Unis.
Anciens pays communistes--Commerce--Pays de l'Union européenne.
États-Unis--Commerce--Anciens pays communistes.
Pays de l'Union européenne--Commerce--Anciens pays communistes.
Illustrative Content
DDC: 382.091717 full
LCC: HF1425 .H67 2006 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2009278243
Publisher description: The author examines the United States and European Union's use of anti-dumping laws to demonstrate that discriminatory treatment persists even a decade after the end of the Cold War. She argues that lingering Cold War beliefs about the trade threat posed by Communist countries continue to affect the method of implementing these trade remedy laws.
Table Of Contents
Introduction: transitions and trade
A logic of belief stasis and belief change
Crawfish, sparklers, and rebar: testing theories of trade protection
The nuts and bolts of anti-dumping laws: actors and institutions in the United States and the European union
The institutionalization of beliefs
Rule change but outcome stasis
Belief stickiness and belief change
Integrating non-market economies into the International Trading System.
Authorized Access Point
Horne, Cynthia Michalski. Post-Communist economies and Western trade discrimination