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Anti-dumping jumping: reciprocal anti-dumping and industrial location

Haaland, J.I. and Wooton, I. (2005) Anti-dumping jumping: reciprocal anti-dumping and industrial location. In: The WTO and Anti-Dumping. Critical Perspectives on the Global Trading System and the WTO, 2 (7). Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, U.K.. ISBN 1-84376-602-7

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Abstract

The 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. This article is published in the second volume of this work and focuses on Anti-dumping jumping, reciprocal anti-dumping and industrial location.