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Accession to the WTO: Computable General Equilibrium Analysis

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Accession to the WTO: Computable General Equilibrium Analysis
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776816643
Number of pages: 238

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Topics covered: general characteristics of the World Trade Organization; common steps that have to be taken during the accession process; Computable General Equilibrium Models; application of CGE model to a specific case study; and more.

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