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The evolving role of sub-national actors in the mechanisms for international trade interactions: A comparative analysis of Belgium and Canada
(Global Journal of Comparative Law, 2017)
At present, sub-national actors enjoy varied degrees of acceptance within the various frameworks for international trade interactions of their home states. This is mainly due to the reality that there is a growing ...
The role of non-traditional actors (NTAs) in the design of international economic agreements in the 21st century
Given the increased scrutiny and criticism which the multilateral trade system has faced about the legitimacy of its activities in recent years, this paper focuses on the debates surrounding the inclusiveness of global ...
The Evolving Role of Sub-National Actors in International Economic Relations: Lessons from the Canada-European Union CETA
(Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, 2017-07-07)
Using the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) as a case study, this paper identifies and analyses evidence of shifting forms of cooperation observable in the design and negotiation of ...