The Resource New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?, Robert Scollay, John Gilbert

New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?, Robert Scollay, John Gilbert

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New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?
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New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?
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Robert Scollay, John Gilbert
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eng
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Scollay, Robert
Dewey number
382/.915
Index
index present
LC call number
HF1418.7
LC item number
.S38 2001
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Gilbert, John
Series statement
Policy analyses in international economics
Series volume
63
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  • Trade blocs
  • Trade blocs
  • Commerce international
  • Coopération régionale
  • Zones commerciales
  • Extrême-Orient
  • Région du Pacifique
  • Trade blocs
  • Asia
  • Pacific Area
  • Handelsverdragen
  • Regionale aspecten
  • Blocs commerciaux
  • Blocs commerciaux
  • Wirtschaftliche Integration
  • Außenhandelspolitik
  • Asiatisch-Pazifischer Raum
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New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?, Robert Scollay, John Gilbert
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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text
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txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New Developments and Current Trade Patterns
  • Table 2.5b
  • Gross national products of selected economic groupings
  • 50
  • Table 3.1
  • Regional and commodity aggregations
  • 63
  • Table 3.2a
  • Changes in welfare, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 65
  • Table 3.2b
  • 19
  • Changes in welfare, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 66
  • Table 3.2c
  • Changes in welfare, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 67
  • Table 3.2d
  • Changes on welfare, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 68
  • Table 3.2e
  • Changes in welfare, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • Transpacific Cross-Regional Free Trade Arrangement Proposals
  • 70
  • Table 3.2f
  • Changes in welfare, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 72
  • Table 3.3a
  • Changes in exports, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 74
  • Table 3.3b
  • Changes in exports, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 76
  • 21
  • Table 3.3c
  • Changes in exports, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 77
  • Table 3.3d
  • Changes in exports, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 78
  • Table 3.3e
  • Changes in exports, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 80
  • Table 3.3f
  • SRTA Proposals in the Western Pacific
  • Changes in exports, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 82
  • Table 3.4a
  • Changes in imports, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 84
  • Table 3.4b
  • Changes in imports, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 86
  • Table 3.4c
  • Changes in imports, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 30
  • 87
  • Table 3.4d
  • Changes in imports, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 88
  • Table 3.4e
  • Changes in imports, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 90
  • Table 3.4f
  • Changes in imports, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 92
  • Trade Flows in a Possible East Asian Trade Bloc
  • Table 3.5a
  • Change in factor incomes, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 94
  • Table 3.5b
  • Change in factor incomes, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 98
  • Table 3.5c
  • Change in factor incomes, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 100
  • Table 3.5d
  • 52
  • Change in factor incomes, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 102
  • Table 3.5e
  • Change in factor incomes, APEC and FTAA variations
  • 106
  • Figure 3.1
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on US welfare
  • 140
  • Figure 3.2
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on EU welfare
  • Can an East Asian Trade Bloc Happen?
  • 141
  • Figure 3.3
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on Japan's welfare
  • 142
  • Figure 3.4
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on China's welfare
  • 143
  • 54
  • 1
  • APEC and Regional Trade Flows
  • 57
  • 3
  • Exploring the Economic Effects of Alternative Regional Trade Configurations
  • 59
  • A Note on CGE Modeling
  • 61
  • Interpretation of Results
  • 63
  • New Bilateral and Plurilateral SRTAs
  • New Trend in Asia-Pacific Regional Trade Initiatives
  • 113
  • Potential Steps to Establish an East Asian Trade Bloc
  • 118
  • APEC Liberalization
  • 126
  • Bloc Formation in the Asia-Pacific and Global Contexts
  • 133
  • 4
  • Conclusions: Choices, Risks, and Consequences
  • 145
  • 1
  • New Bilateral and Plurilateral SRTA Proposals
  • 145
  • Advantages of Larger Groupings
  • 147
  • Enduring Economic Logic of APEC
  • 147
  • Alternative Logic of an East Asian (or Western Pacific) Trade Bloc
  • 149
  • Economic Versus Political Logic: The Risks
  • 150
  • "Building Blocks" versus "Stumbling Blocks" Once Again
  • Global Liberalization Remains First Best
  • 150
  • Some Potential Implications of a Tripolar World Trading System
  • 151
  • Issues for the United States
  • 152
  • Need for Leadership and the Role of APEC
  • 153
  • Appendix
  • A Further Details of the Simulation Procedure
  • 10
  • 155
  • Table 2.1a
  • Shares in trade of APEC Western Hemisphere economies
  • 22
  • Table 2.1b
  • Value of Western Hemisphere trade flows
  • 24
  • Table 2.1c
  • Simple concentration ratios for APEC Western Hemisphere economics' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 26
  • Trade Facilitation, Services Trade, and the "Stumbling Block" Issue
  • Table 2.2a
  • Shares in trade of Northeast Asian economies
  • 31
  • Table 2.2b
  • Value of trade flows of Northeast Asian economies
  • 33
  • Table 2.2c
  • Simple concentration ratios for Northeast Asian economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 35
  • Table 2.3a
  • 16
  • Shares in trade of Southeast Asian economies
  • 37
  • Table 2.3b
  • Value of trade flows of Southeast Asian economies
  • 39
  • Table 2.3c
  • Simple concentration ratios for Southeast Asian economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 41
  • Table 2.4a
  • Shares in trade of CER economies
  • 2
  • 44
  • Table 2.4b
  • Value of trade flows of CER economies
  • 45
  • Table 2.4c
  • Simple concentration ratios for CER economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 46
  • Table 2.5a
  • Gross national products of individual APEC economies
  • 49
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 169 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036757795
Label
New regional trading arrangements in the Asia Pacific?, Robert Scollay, John Gilbert
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • New Developments and Current Trade Patterns
  • Table 2.5b
  • Gross national products of selected economic groupings
  • 50
  • Table 3.1
  • Regional and commodity aggregations
  • 63
  • Table 3.2a
  • Changes in welfare, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 65
  • Table 3.2b
  • 19
  • Changes in welfare, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 66
  • Table 3.2c
  • Changes in welfare, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 67
  • Table 3.2d
  • Changes on welfare, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 68
  • Table 3.2e
  • Changes in welfare, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • Transpacific Cross-Regional Free Trade Arrangement Proposals
  • 70
  • Table 3.2f
  • Changes in welfare, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 72
  • Table 3.3a
  • Changes in exports, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 74
  • Table 3.3b
  • Changes in exports, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 76
  • 21
  • Table 3.3c
  • Changes in exports, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 77
  • Table 3.3d
  • Changes in exports, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 78
  • Table 3.3e
  • Changes in exports, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 80
  • Table 3.3f
  • SRTA Proposals in the Western Pacific
  • Changes in exports, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 82
  • Table 3.4a
  • Changes in imports, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 84
  • Table 3.4b
  • Changes in imports, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 86
  • Table 3.4c
  • Changes in imports, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 30
  • 87
  • Table 3.4d
  • Changes in imports, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 88
  • Table 3.4e
  • Changes in imports, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 90
  • Table 3.4f
  • Changes in imports, FTAA, APEC, global liberalization, and East Asian bloc formation
  • 92
  • Trade Flows in a Possible East Asian Trade Bloc
  • Table 3.5a
  • Change in factor incomes, NAFTA-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 94
  • Table 3.5b
  • Change in factor incomes, Chile-related transpacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 98
  • Table 3.5c
  • Change in factor incomes, Western Pacific bilaterals and plurilaterals
  • 100
  • Table 3.5d
  • 52
  • Change in factor incomes, East Asian and Western Pacific configurations
  • 102
  • Table 3.5e
  • Change in factor incomes, APEC and FTAA variations
  • 106
  • Figure 3.1
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on US welfare
  • 140
  • Figure 3.2
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on EU welfare
  • Can an East Asian Trade Bloc Happen?
  • 141
  • Figure 3.3
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on Japan's welfare
  • 142
  • Figure 3.4
  • Effect of Asia-Pacific bloc formations on China's welfare
  • 143
  • 54
  • 1
  • APEC and Regional Trade Flows
  • 57
  • 3
  • Exploring the Economic Effects of Alternative Regional Trade Configurations
  • 59
  • A Note on CGE Modeling
  • 61
  • Interpretation of Results
  • 63
  • New Bilateral and Plurilateral SRTAs
  • New Trend in Asia-Pacific Regional Trade Initiatives
  • 113
  • Potential Steps to Establish an East Asian Trade Bloc
  • 118
  • APEC Liberalization
  • 126
  • Bloc Formation in the Asia-Pacific and Global Contexts
  • 133
  • 4
  • Conclusions: Choices, Risks, and Consequences
  • 145
  • 1
  • New Bilateral and Plurilateral SRTA Proposals
  • 145
  • Advantages of Larger Groupings
  • 147
  • Enduring Economic Logic of APEC
  • 147
  • Alternative Logic of an East Asian (or Western Pacific) Trade Bloc
  • 149
  • Economic Versus Political Logic: The Risks
  • 150
  • "Building Blocks" versus "Stumbling Blocks" Once Again
  • Global Liberalization Remains First Best
  • 150
  • Some Potential Implications of a Tripolar World Trading System
  • 151
  • Issues for the United States
  • 152
  • Need for Leadership and the Role of APEC
  • 153
  • Appendix
  • A Further Details of the Simulation Procedure
  • 10
  • 155
  • Table 2.1a
  • Shares in trade of APEC Western Hemisphere economies
  • 22
  • Table 2.1b
  • Value of Western Hemisphere trade flows
  • 24
  • Table 2.1c
  • Simple concentration ratios for APEC Western Hemisphere economics' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 26
  • Trade Facilitation, Services Trade, and the "Stumbling Block" Issue
  • Table 2.2a
  • Shares in trade of Northeast Asian economies
  • 31
  • Table 2.2b
  • Value of trade flows of Northeast Asian economies
  • 33
  • Table 2.2c
  • Simple concentration ratios for Northeast Asian economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 35
  • Table 2.3a
  • 16
  • Shares in trade of Southeast Asian economies
  • 37
  • Table 2.3b
  • Value of trade flows of Southeast Asian economies
  • 39
  • Table 2.3c
  • Simple concentration ratios for Southeast Asian economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 41
  • Table 2.4a
  • Shares in trade of CER economies
  • 2
  • 44
  • Table 2.4b
  • Value of trade flows of CER economies
  • 45
  • Table 2.4c
  • Simple concentration ratios for CER economies' trade in the Asia-Pacific region
  • 46
  • Table 2.5a
  • Gross national products of individual APEC economies
  • 49
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 169 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1036757795

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