EU Regulation and Transatlantic Trade
Kluwer Law International B.V., 2002 M08 28 - 432 pages
This provocative study investigates the question of whether, and to what extent, stringent EC process or production standards affect regulatory standards in the US and Canada through their effects on trade.
Four highly controversial issues -- animal trapping methods, beef growth hormones, genetically modified foods and food products, and protection of personal information in data transfers -- are examined in great detail.
The author combines legal research (EC regulations and directives, WTO cases, national and international regulatory standards and exceptions, records of negotiation and arbitration, and other sources), political and economic analysis, and information and insights gained from 67 personal interviews with officials and representatives of several types of interest groups.
The result is a forceful and convincing portrayal of how the major powers are dealing with this most fundamental and complex problem affecting international trade today.
This timely study is of extraordinary value in its potential to elucidate comparable manifestations of this fundamental problem in a wide variety of cases, issue areas, and countries, and in its interdisciplinary approach. As such it will be valuable to all lawyers, policymakers, and scholars in the field of international trade and regulatory politics.
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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 2.1 2.2 2.3 Introduction and research problem Internationalisation and domestic regulation Overview of this study The California effect The research problem 1.4.1 The choice of policy areas 1.4.2 The type of ...
A California effect or not? 3.7.2 Explaining the outcomes The European ban on the use of growth-hormones in meat production Introduction and background The European ban on the use of growth-hormones The initial situation in the US and ...
Arbitration and retaliation 4.5.2 Developments in the EC 4.5.3 The talks on compensation and the exports of non-treated beef 4.5.4 Regulatory developments in the US and Canada Conclusions 4.6.1 A California effect or not?
... agreement 6.4.4 The Safe Harbour negotiations The European Directive and Canada 6.5.1 The initial situation in Canada 6.5.2 Reactions to the European Directive and further developments Conclusions 6.6.1 A California effect or not?
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