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The WTO and Anti-Dumping

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The WTO and Anti-Dumping

9781843766025 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Douglas R. Nelson, Professor of Economics, Tulane University, US and Professorial Research Fellow, University of Nottingham, UK and Hylke Vandenbussche, Associate Professor in Economics, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium
Publication Date: 2005 ISBN: 978 1 84376 602 5 Extent: 1,248 pp
This two-volume set contains a careful selection of the most significant papers on anti-dumping. These important articles have not only shaped the policy debate in this area but have also substantially influenced how we think about the use and role of anti-dumping in trade relations today. After an initial look at some classic articles, the collection provides an overview of the past two decades of academic research on this subject. The contributions are both empirical and theoretical with the emphasis being on the economic rather than the legal analysis involved. The volumes make these papers easily accessible to a wide audience, including academics, policymakers and all those concerned with anti-dumping issues.

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This two-volume set contains a careful selection of the most significant papers on anti-dumping. These important articles have not only shaped the policy debate in this area but have also substantially influenced how we think about the use and role of anti-dumping in trade relations today. After an initial look at some classic articles, the collection provides an overview of the past two decades of academic research on this subject. The contributions are both empirical and theoretical with the emphasis being on the economic rather than the legal analysis involved. The volumes make these papers easily accessible to a wide audience, including academics, policymakers and all those concerned with anti-dumping issues.
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47 articles, dating from 1923 to 2003
Contributors include: J. Anderson, B. Blonigen, R. Feinberg, J.M. Finger, B. Hoekman, C. Krupp, M. Leidy, T. Prusa, R. Staiger, R. Willig
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Contents:
Volume I
Acknowledgements
Introduction Douglas R. Nelson and Hylke Vandenbussche
PART I EXPLAINING DUMPING: CLASSIC REFERENCES
1. Jacob Viner (1923), ‘The Definition of Dumping’, ‘The Classification of Dumping’, ‘The Influence of Dumping on Prices in the Dumping Country’, ‘The Consequences of Dumping to the Importing Country’ and ‘Ordinary Protective Tariffs as Safeguards against Dumping’
2. Theodore O. Yntema (1928), ‘The Influence of Dumping on Monopoly Price’
3. Joan Robinson (1933), ‘Price Discrimination’ and ‘The Moral of Price Discrimination’
4. Gottfried von Haberler (1936), ‘Dumping, Cartels, Monopolies, and Export Bounties’
PART II EXPLAINING DUMPING: MODERN ANALYSIS
5. James Brander and Paul Krugman (1983), ‘A “Reciprocal Dumping” Model of International Trade’
6. Wilfred J. Ethier (1982), ‘Dumping’
7. James E. Anderson (1992), ‘Domino-Dumping I: Competitive Exporters’
8. Richard H. Clarida (1993), ‘Entry, Dumping, and Shakeout’
PART III ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF DUMPING
9. Richard Boltuck (1991), ‘Assessing the Effects on the Domestic Industry of Price Dumping’
10. Robert D. Willig (1998), ‘Economic Effects of Antidumping Policy’
11. Kenneth H. Kelly and Morris E. Morkre (1998), ‘Do Unfairly Traded Imports Injure Domestic Industries?’
PART IV ECONOMIC EFFECTS OF ANTI-DUMPING
12. J. Michael Finger (1992), ‘Dumping and Antidumping: The Rhetoric and the Reality of Protection in Industrial Countries’
13. Michael P. Leidy and Bernard M. Hoekman (1990), ‘Production Effects of Price- and Cost-based Anti-dumping Laws under Flexible Exchange Rates’
14. Robert W. Staiger and Frank A. Wolak (1992), ‘The Effect of Domestic Antidumping Law in the Presence of Foreign Monopoly’
15. James D. Reitzes (1993), ‘Antidumping Policy’
16. Simon P. Anderson, Nicolas Schmitt and Jacques-François Thisse (1995), ‘Who Benefits from Antidumping Legislation?’
17. Michael P. Gallaway, Bruce A. Blonigen and Joseph E. Flynn (1999), ‘Welfare Costs of the U.S. Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Laws’
18. Hylke Vandenbussche, Reinhilde Veugelers and Jozef Konings (2001), ‘Unionization and European Antidumping Protection’
PART V INDUSTRY STUDIES OF THE IMPACT OF ANTI-DUMPING
19. Stefanie Lenway, Kathleen Rehbein and Laura Starks (1990), ‘The Impact of Protectionism on Firm Wealth: The Experience of the Steel Industry’
20. Robert W. Staiger and Frank A. Wolak (1994), ‘Measuring Industry-Specific Protection: Antidumping in the United States’
21. Corinne M. Krupp and Patricia S. Pollard (1996), ‘Market Responses to Antidumping Laws: Some Evidence from the U.S. Chemical Industry’
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Volume II
Acknowledgements
An introduction by the editors to both volumes appears in Volume I
PART I VERTICAL INDUSTRY LINKS IN DUMPING AND ANTI-DUMPING
1. Bernard M. Hoekman and Michael P. Leidy (1992), ‘Cascading Contingent Protection’
2. Robert M. Feinberg and Seth Kaplan (1993), ‘Fishing Downstream: The Political Economy of Effective Administered Protection’
3. Daniel M. Bernhofen (1995), ‘Price Dumping in Intermediate Good Markets’
PART II ANTI-DUMPING WITH FDI
4. Bruce A. Blonigen and Yuka Ohno (1998), ‘Endogenous Protection, Foreign Direct Investment and Protection-Building Trade’
5. René A. Belderbos (1997), ‘Anti-dumping and Tariff Jumping: Japanese Firms’ DFI in the European Union and the United States’
6. Jan I. Haaland and Ian Wooton (1998), ‘Anti-dumping Jumping: Reciprocal Antidumping and Industrial Location’
PART III ANTI-DUMPING AND COMPETITION POLICY
7. Patrick A. Messerlin (1994), ‘Should Anti-dumping Rules be Replaced by National or International Competition Rules?’
8. Klaus Stegemann (1990), ‘EC Antidumping Policy: Are Price Undertakings a Legal Substitute for Illegal Price Fixing?’
9. Reinhilde Veugelers and Hylke Vandenbussche (1999), ‘European Anti-dumping Policy and the Profitability of National and International Collusion’
10. Hyun Ja Shin (1998), ‘Possible Instances of Predatory Pricing in Recent U.S. Antidumping Cases’
PART IV IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES IN ANTI-DUMPING
11. Alan O. Sykes (1996), ‘The Economics of Injury in Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Cases’
12. Edwin Vermulst and Paul Waer (1991), ‘The Calculation of Injury Margins in EC Anti-Dumping Proceedings’
13. P.K.M. Tharakan, David Greenaway and Joe Tharakan (1998), ‘Cumulation and Injury Determination of the European Community in Antidumping Cases’
14. Thomas J. Prusa (1992), ‘Why Are So Many Antidumping Petitions Withdrawn?’
PART V POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ANTI-DUMPING: THEORY
15. H. Keith Hall and Douglas Nelson (1992), ‘Institutional Structure in the Political Economy of Protection: Legislated v. Administered Protection’
16. James E. Anderson (1994), ‘Strategic Lobbying and Antidumping’
17. B. Peter Rosendorff (1996), ‘Voluntary Export Restraints, Antidumping Procedure, and Domestic Politics’
PART VI POLITICAL ECONOMY OF ANTI-DUMPING: EMPIRICS
18. J.M. Finger, H. Keith Hall and Douglas R. Nelson (1982), ‘The Political Economy of Administered Protection’
19. Wendy L. Hansen and Thomas J. Prusa (1997), ‘The Economics and Politics of Trade Policy: An Empirical Analysis of ITC Decision Making’
20. Wendy L. Hansen and Kee Ok Park (1995), ‘Nation-State and Pluralistic Decision Making in Trade Policy: The Case of the International Trade Administration’
21. P.K.M. Tharakan and J. Waelbroeck (1994), ‘Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Decisions in the E.C. and in the U.S.: An Experiment in Comparative Political Economy’
22. Angelika Eymann and Ludger Schuknecht (1996), ‘Antidumping Policy in the European Community: Political Discretion or Technical Determination’
23. Michael M. Knetter and Thomas J. Prusa (2003), ‘Macroeconomic Factors and Antidumping Filings: Evidence from Four Countries’
PART VII THE WTO: SPREAD OF ANTI-DUMPING AND CONTROL OF ANTI-DUMPING
24. J. Michael Finger and Kwok-Chiu Fung (1994), ‘Will GATT Enforcement Control Antidumping?’
25. Thomas J. Prusa (2001), ‘On the Spread and Impact of Anti-dumping’
26. Robert E. Baldwin (1998), ‘Imposing Multilateral Discipline on Administered Protection’

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