By Panagiotis Delimatsis Journal of International Economic Law Oxford Academic Citation Dale Honeck; International Trade in Services and Domestic Regulations: Necessity, Transparency and Regulatory Diversity. Protection in Services Industries D. In this report, the inherent tension between regulatory autonomy and trade liberalisation is addressed with a focus on trade in services. The fragmentation of general international law is not a new phenomenon. The necessity requirement with respect to services trade in regional integration agreements 232 5. Arguably, only a necessity test can allow for the elimination of unnecessary barriers to trade in services and regulatory arbitrariness.
Creating a Horizontal Necessity Test for Services 166 V. Transparency and Domestic Regulations in Services ; A. Horizontally Applicable Transparency Disciplines and the Linkage with Necessity 6. Increasing adjudication also makes the study of this concept even more fascinating. Do measures relating to qualifications, licensing or technical standards affect capital flows or labour mobility? Service industries -- Government policy. .
Then, it demonstrates why the issue of necessity matters from a policy perspective and why it has had such a divisive impact. Preview This chapter untangles the issue of regulatory diversity in services trade. Examining the possibility of establishing a model that would measure these effects. Creating a Horizontal Necessity Test for Services ; A. Whereas, critique about the structure and obscure functioning of the organization have grown, this very rise in publicity of the organization underlines its success resulting from the transformation that occurred in the wake of the Uruguay Round.
Forms of protectionism trade policy instruments -Barriers to imports 58 C. You can help adding them by using. Strategic trade policy 54 iii. Typologies of Barriers to Trade in Services E. In this regard, useful tools for the need of governmental intervention, such as cost-benefit analysis or regulatory impact assessment, are discussed. At the heart of the Note lies a thought-provoking proposal for a necessity test applicable across services sectors. In addition, the chapter identifies the rationale behind extensive regulatory intervention in the area of services.
The Prospects of, and some essential elements for, a horizontal necessity test ; V. The Prospects of, and some essential elements for, a horizontal necessity test 248 V Transparency and Domestic Regulations in Services 255 A. The determinants of protectionism-The role of special interest groups 43 a Protection of domestic production 48 b Market failures distortions and political trade interventions 50 1 Domestic distortions 51 2 Foreign distortions 53 i. How do you reconcile a liberal system of international trade in services with nationalgovernments' desire to protect social values through service regulation? What are the major barriers to services trade? How much regulatory diversity can the international trading system withstand? Possible Gains from Dismantling Barriers to Trade in Services 3. That is the question-But not the only one: A primer on the tools for evaluating the domestic regulatory regime 154 F. Perform a for a similarly titled item that would be available. It highlights the specific data requirements and conceptual challenges for modelling liberalisation of services.
In the first case, necessity is typically accompanied by an open-ended list of public policy objectives. The questions raised by the case - whether and how a government could block service provision on moral grounds - went to the heart of key controversies surrounding international economic law. Regulations as impediments to trade in services ; E. The Uruguay Round: A rules-based system for world trade 4 B. Panagiotis has published extensively on international trade law issues. The negotiations relating to domestic regulations in services are entering their final phase. Barriers to Trade in Services ; A.
Although the organization wishes to liberalize trade in educational services, progress has been difficult because of the degree to which education is state provided, and attempts at liberalization may appear to infringe the political sovereignty and cultural integrity of nations. His most recent research papers are available here. How can a liberal system of international trade in services be reconciled with national governments' desire to protect social values through service regulation? Corrections All material on this site has been provided by the respective publishers and authors. Suggested Citation Download full text from publisher To our knowledge, this item is not available for download. The Uruguay Round: A Rules-Based System for World Trade C.
How do you reconcile a liberal system of international trade in services with national governments' desire to protect social values through service regulation? The position of services in world trade ; C. He also has a keen interest and regularly publishes in the institutional and substantive aspects of standardization, financial regulation and energy. Panagiotis has published extensively on international and European law issues in top refereed journals, including the European Journal of International law, the Journal of International Economic Law, the Common Market Law Review, the Journal of World Trade and the World Trade Review. Assuming perfect information, we show that the configuration of such international industries is the result of a sequential game among national regulators anticipating firms' strategies. © Cambridge University Press 2008 and Cambridge University Press, 2009. Amongst other issues, the papers in this volume explore fundamental issues for empirical research on trade in services. In addition, the chapter identifies the rationale behind extensive regulatory intervention in the area of services.
This chapter untangles the issue of regulatory diversity in services trade. How much regulatory diversity can the international trading system withstand? Panagiotis regularly advises governments and undertakes projects relating to international trade and developing countries' participation. This article reviews the discussion of fragmentation of international law and critically analyzes the problem of absence of coherence in regulating trade. The questions raised by the case - whether and how a Government could block service provision on moral grounds - went to the heart of key controversies surrounding international economic law. To regulate, or not to regulate? Typologies of barriers to trade in services ; F.