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Title

Trade, regionalism and the politics of policy making in Nicaragua

Author

Carrion, Gloria

Description

Power plays a strong role in international trade negotiations. Trade policy making has turned trade bargaining into a process in which gains and losses among actors are directly correlated to the amount of power they have at the national level. Traditional international relations literature and the analysis of the political economy of trade negotiations often ignores these power dynamics. This paper addresses this information gap by examining trade policy in Nicaragua.

File No

UNRISD-MB5

Agency

UNRISD

Date

Jun-09

Subject(s)

Trade policy

Pages

55

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