Trade Liberalization in Aviation Services: Can the DOHA Round Free Flight? (AEI Studies on Services Trade Negotiations)
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A welcome and impressive contribution Midwest Book Review Trade Liberalization In Aviation Services: Can The Doha Round Free Flight? by Brian Hindley (Emeritus Reader in Trade Policy Economics, London School of Economics) describes and analyses the General Agreement on Trade in Services of the World Trade Organization with particular emphasis on the possibility of new international aviation rules. Although there are many promising benefits, there still remain problematic issues such as the d
This book provides a strategy for liberalizing the aviation services industry.
Brian Hindley is a reader in trade policy in the Department of Economics at the London School of Economics. . He is a consultant on trade policy issues to a number of international organizations, and is codirector of the Trade Policy Unit of the London-based Centre for Policy Studies
Each study focuses on a particular service sector, identifies the major obstacles to liberalization in that area, and presents policy options for trade negotiators and interested private-sector participants. . From the Publisher Trade Liberalization in Aviation Services is one in a series of new AEI studies on negotiations to liberalize trade in services