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Combining an empirical analysis of the evolution of EU food regulation with a theoretical study of selected mechanisms used in governing food, this book provides a critical outlook on the capacity of the regulatory system to accommodate increased post-enlargement diversity of socio-economic ...
Joseph A. McMahon, University College, Dublin
This volume offers a history of the negotiations for a new Agreement on Agriculture up to the end of 2010, from the mandated negotiations under Article 20 of that Agreement to the negotiations launched by the 2001 Doha Declaration.
This book offers a thorough examination of the key regulatory frameworks governing international waste trade. It explores the potential of the concept of “sustainable development” to integrate divergent regulatory approaches under WTO law and identifies crucial elements of a more comprehensive ...
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