Table of Contents
Simon J Evenett and Alejandro Jara
Section 1: Strategic priorities for the WTO after Bali
How to Reassert the WTO’s Negotiating Authority
The Post-Bali Agenda
Multilateral Trade Cooperation post-Bali: Three Suggestions
Simplify and Complete the DDA
APEC-like Duties for a post-Bali WTO
Trade, Global Value Chains and the World Trade Organization
Speaking Truth about Power: The Real Problem in the Multilateral Trading System
Section 2: Recommendations for Specific Commercial Matters
The Rationale for Bringing Investment into the WTO
Depth and Breadth in the WTO: Can We Square the Circle?
Revamping Aid for Trade for the post-Bali WTO Agenda
Moving Towards a Refined Special and Differential Treatment
How can the Extent and Speed of Compliance of WTO Members with DSU Rulings be Improved?
Developing Countries and DSU Reform
Marc L. Busch and Petros C. Mavroidis
A Post-Bali Agenda for Agriculture
The WTO Negotiations on Agriculture: What Next After Bali?
Melaku Geboye Desta
The Quest for an Efficient Instrument in Services Negotiations
Unleashing Recognition in International Trade
Joel P. Trachtman
A Plurilateral Agreement on Local Content Requirements
Gary Hufbauer, Jeffrey Schott and Cathleen Cimino
Exchange Rates: Alien to the WTO?
Hector Rogelio Torres
Trade and Climate Change – Establishing Coherence
Can the WTO Adapt to a World Where Everyone Is Empowered to Engage in Global Trade?
Usman Ahmed, Andreas Lendle, Hanne Melin and Simon Schropp
Cross-border Data Flows in the Post-Bali Agenda
Strengthening The Rules On State Enterprises
The Return of Industrial Policy: A Constructive Role for the WTO
Vinod K. Aggarwal and Simon J. Evenett
Technology Transfer for Sustainable Development
Keith E. Maskus
Mode 4: The Temporary Movement of Workers to Provide Services
L Alan Winters