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The Constitutionalization of the World Trade Or...
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The Constitutionalization of the World Trade Organization ab 74.99 € als Taschenbuch: Legitimacy Democracy and Community in the International Trading System. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

Anbieter: hugendubel
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Challenges of a common climate policy
34,00 € *
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The emissions trading scheme (EU ETS) adopted by the European Union in 2003 was a new instrument for the EU and its Member States. It is one of the most important strategies of achieving the EU's greenhouse gas reduction target under the Kyoto Protocol. This book analyses the policy cycle of the EU ETS Directive, focusing on the crucial implementation phase. The revised EU ETS Directive of 2009 includes significant changes for greater ecological effectiveness, changes that were unlikely to have been adopted in 2003. It is evident that the experiences of the first phase influenced not only the second implementation phase but also the revision. The intensive learning process that took place on all levels was necessary to overcome institutional constraints so that the EU ETS could be successfully established and further developed.The EU ETS policy-making is a good example to demonstrate that output legitimacy challenges input legitimacy: With the centralisation of the EU ETS in 2013, it is likely to become a more effective system, however, the legislators from the Member States may lose influence. This problem will have to be addressed.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Global Trade Pol 2008
88,90 CHF *
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This is the fifteenth volume in an annual series in which leading economists provide a concise and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy. Examines key issues pertinent to the multinational trading system, as well as regional trade arrangements and policy developments at the national levelProvides up-to-date assessments of the World Trade Organization's current 'Trade Policy Reviews'Analyses trade policy in areas such as Japan, Indonesia, Israel, and the United Arab EmiratesInvestigates the challenge of aligning the mission, means, and legitimacy of international organizationsContributors including John Walley and Jan Aart Scholte also examine the concept of globalization - both its definition and its valuesA vital resource for researchers, analysts, and policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Carbon Coalitions - Business, Climate Politics,...
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Over the past decade, carbon trading has emerged as the industrialized world's primary policy response to global climate change despite considerable controversy. With carbon markets worth #144 billion in 2009, carbon trading represents the largest manifestation of the trend toward market-based environmental governance. In Carbon Coalitions, Jonas Meckling presents the first comprehensive study on the rise of carbon trading and the role business played in making this policy instrument a central pillar of global climate governance.Meckling explains how a transnational coalition of firms and a few market-oriented environmental groups actively promoted international emissions trading as a compromise policy solution in a situation of political stalemate. The coalition sidelined not only environmental groups that favored taxation and command-and-control regulation but also business interests that rejected any emissions controls. Considering the sources of business influence, Meckling emphasizes the importance of political opportunities (policy crises and norms), coalition resources (funding and legitimacy,) and political strategy (mobilizing state allies and multilevel advocacy).Meckling presents three case studies that represent milestones in the rise of carbon trading: the internationalization of emissions trading in the Kyoto Protocol (1989--2000); the creation of the EU Emissions Trading System (1998--2008); and the reemergence of emissions trading on the U. S. policy agenda (2001--2009). These cases and the theoretical framework that Meckling develops for understanding the influence of transnational business coalitions offer critical insights into the role of business in the emergence of market-based global environmental governance.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Global Trade Pol 2008
51,99 € *
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This is the fifteenth volume in an annual series in which leading economists provide a concise and accessible evaluation of major developments in trade and trade policy. Examines key issues pertinent to the multinational trading system, as well as regional trade arrangements and policy developments at the national levelProvides up-to-date assessments of the World Trade Organization's current 'Trade Policy Reviews'Analyses trade policy in areas such as Japan, Indonesia, Israel, and the United Arab EmiratesInvestigates the challenge of aligning the mission, means, and legitimacy of international organizationsContributors including John Walley and Jan Aart Scholte also examine the concept of globalization - both its definition and its valuesA vital resource for researchers, analysts, and policy-advisors interested in trade policy and other open economy issues

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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Carbon Coalitions - Business, Climate Politics,...
19,99 € *
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Over the past decade, carbon trading has emerged as the industrialized world's primary policy response to global climate change despite considerable controversy. With carbon markets worth #144 billion in 2009, carbon trading represents the largest manifestation of the trend toward market-based environmental governance. In Carbon Coalitions, Jonas Meckling presents the first comprehensive study on the rise of carbon trading and the role business played in making this policy instrument a central pillar of global climate governance.Meckling explains how a transnational coalition of firms and a few market-oriented environmental groups actively promoted international emissions trading as a compromise policy solution in a situation of political stalemate. The coalition sidelined not only environmental groups that favored taxation and command-and-control regulation but also business interests that rejected any emissions controls. Considering the sources of business influence, Meckling emphasizes the importance of political opportunities (policy crises and norms), coalition resources (funding and legitimacy,) and political strategy (mobilizing state allies and multilevel advocacy).Meckling presents three case studies that represent milestones in the rise of carbon trading: the internationalization of emissions trading in the Kyoto Protocol (1989--2000); the creation of the EU Emissions Trading System (1998--2008); and the reemergence of emissions trading on the U. S. policy agenda (2001--2009). These cases and the theoretical framework that Meckling develops for understanding the influence of transnational business coalitions offer critical insights into the role of business in the emergence of market-based global environmental governance.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 09.04.2020
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