Restoring trust in trade: Introduction

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Abstract

In the aft ermath of the global fi nancial crisis, the world has witnessed increasing manifestations of eroding trust in the international trade regime, including Brexit and the Trump administration’s unilateral trade policies. Restoring trust in the international trading system is essential to prevent the rise of economic nationalism and beggar-thy-neighbour policies, which as history has shown are a threat to global welfare and peace.

As a scholar, counsellor of the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat, and, between 2009 and 2017, a member of the WTO Appellate Body, Peter Van den Bossche has addressed the challenges faced by the international trade regime and has tirelessly promoted trust in the multilateral governance model. Th is Liber Amicorum honours his contribution to the development of a ‘trustworthy’ rules-based multilateral trading system, which has left a lasting legacy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationRestoring trust in trade
Subtitle of host publicationLiber amicorum in honour of Peter Van den Bossche
EditorsD. Prévost, I. Alexovicova, J. Hillebrand Pohl
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherHart
Chapter1
Pages1-13
Number of pages13
ISBN (Print)978-15-0992-418-9
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Pohl, J. H., Prévost, D., & Alexovicova, I. (2018). Restoring trust in trade: Introduction. In D. Prévost, I. Alexovicova, & J. H. Pohl (Eds.), Restoring trust in trade: Liber amicorum in honour of Peter Van den Bossche (pp. 1-13). London: Hart.
Pohl, Jens Hillebrand ; Prévost, Denise ; Alexovicova, Iveta. / Restoring trust in trade : Introduction. Restoring trust in trade: Liber amicorum in honour of Peter Van den Bossche. editor / D. Prévost ; I. Alexovicova ; J. Hillebrand Pohl. London : Hart, 2018. pp. 1-13
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Restoring trust in trade : Introduction. / Pohl, Jens Hillebrand; Prévost, Denise; Alexovicova, Iveta.

Restoring trust in trade: Liber amicorum in honour of Peter Van den Bossche. ed. / D. Prévost; I. Alexovicova; J. Hillebrand Pohl. London : Hart, 2018. p. 1-13.

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Pohl JH, Prévost D, Alexovicova I. Restoring trust in trade: Introduction. In Prévost D, Alexovicova I, Pohl JH, editors, Restoring trust in trade: Liber amicorum in honour of Peter Van den Bossche. London: Hart. 2018. p. 1-13