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Clasificación LC   HD9000.6
M37 2023
Acervo   Todos los ejemplares
ISBN   Link9781503633520 (hardback)
Autor   LinkMargulis, Matias
Título   LinkShadow negotiators : how UN organizations shape the rules of world trade for food security / Matias E. Margulis.
Pie de Imprenta   Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, ©2023.
Descr. Física   xii, 276 pages ;  24 cm.
Serie   Link( Emerging frontiers in the global economy )
Bibliografía   Includes bibliographical references and index.
Resumen   "Shadow Negotiators is the first book to demonstrate that United Nations (UN) organizations have intervened to influence the discourse, agenda and outcomes of international trade lawmaking at the World Trade Organization (WTO). While UN organizations lack a seat at the bargaining table at the WTO, Matias E. Margulis argues that these organizations have acted as "shadow negotiators" engaged in political actions intended to alter the trajectory and results of multilateral trade negotiations. He draws on analysis of one of the most contested issues in global trade politics, agricultural trade liberalization, to demonstrate interventions by four different UN organizations - the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), World Food Programme (WFP), Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), and Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food (SRRTF). By identifying several novel intervention strategies used by UN actors to shape the rules of global trade, this book shows that UN organizations chose to intervene in trade lawmaking not out of competition with the WTO or ideological resistance to trade liberalization, but out of concerns that specific trade rules could have negative consequences for world food security--an outcome these organizations viewed as undermining their social purpose to reduce world hunger and protect the human right to food"-- Provided by publisher.
Tema   LinkProduce trade -- Government policy
  LinkUnited Nations.
  LinkWorld Trade Organization.
  LinkFood security -- Government policy.
  LinkRight to food -- Government policy.
  LinkAgriculture and state
  LinkForeign trade regulation
Ubicación   HD9000.6 M37 2023Library Info
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