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Vol 23 No 8 Aug/Sept 18

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Consent and Trade: Trading Freely in a Global Market

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ISBN13: 9781108473255
To be Published: February 2019
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £28.99



In a time of changing trade norms, when free trade seems to be giving way to new kinds of nationalism, some fundamental questions about trade are still not being asked. Is trade consensual or coercive? Is 'free trade' as currently practiced really free? If not, what difference can trade law make in addressing economically oppressive practices that nationalistic trade policies cannot?

In this book Garcia offers an examination of trade law's roots in consensual exchange, highlighting the central role of consent in differentiating trade from legally facilitated coercion, exploitation or predation.

The book revisits the premise of consensual exchange which underlies the rhetoric of 'free trade', and then examines the social and political conditions that are a necessary part of a more genuine trade law system, in service of the idea that recovering consent in trade law can promote human flourishing on a global scale.

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Subjects:
International Trade
Contents:
Introduction
1. Consent and trade
2. Consent, oppression, and contemporary trade agreements
3. (Re)building trade agreements
4. Consensual trade and the twenty-first-century global economy
Conclusion
Index.