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Title The economics of quarantine and the SPS Agreement / edited by Kym Anderson, Cheryl McRae and David Wilson.

Published Adelaide, South Australia : University of Adelaide Press, 2012.
©2001

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Physical description 1 online resource (xv, 414 pages)
Series Books at JSTOR Open Access
Notes "This collection resulted from an international workshop funded and organised by Biosecurity Australia ... held at the Melbourne Business School on 24-25 October 2000"--Preface.
"Originally published by the Centre for International Economic Studies, The University of Adelaide, and Biosecurity Australia"--Title page verso.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Introduction / Kym Anderson, Cheryl McRae and David Wilson -- Part I: The multilateral rules under WTO -- The integration of economics into SPS risk management policies: issues and challenges/ Donna Roberts -- The analytical foundation of quarantine risk analysis / Mike J. Nunn -- The WTO dispute settlement framework and operation / Gretchen Heimpel Stanton -- Implications of recent SPS dispute settlement cases / Gavin Goh and Andreas Ziegler -- Part II: The 'appropriate level of protection'. Appropriate level of protection: a European perspective / Spencer Henson -- Appropriate level of protection: an Australian perspective / Digby Gascoine -- Appropriate level of protection: a New Zealand perspective / Hugh R. Bigsby -- Beyond iso-risk to include benefits under the SPS Agreement / Gil Rodriguez, Nico Klijn, Anna Heaney and Stephen Beare -- Integrating import risk and trade benefit analysis / Richard H. Snape and David Orden -- Part III: Adding more economics to risk analysis. Least trade-restrictive SPS policies: an analytic framework is there but questions remain / David Orden, Clare Narrod and Joseph W. Glauber -- Quarantine decision making in Australia / Monika Binder -- Quarantine reform: Australia's recent experience / Carolyn Tanner -- Evaluating economic consequences of livestock diseases: a US perspective / Kenneth W. Forsythe Jr. -- IV. Specific health and environmental risks from trade. 15. Measuring the effect of food safety standards on African exports to Europe / Tsunehiro Otsuki, John S. Wilson and Mirvat Sewadeh -- GMOs, the SPS Agreement and the WTO / Kym Anderson and Chantal Pohl Nielsen -- Food safety policy in the WTO era / Sallie James -- Environmental risk evaluation in quarantine decision making / John D. Mumford -- Part V: Conclusion. Summing up / David Robertson -- Appendix: The legal text of the SPS Agreement.
Summary This collection resulted from an international workshop funded and organised by Biosecurity Australia, the agency of government responsible for analysing Australia's quarantine import risks and for negotiating multilateral SPS rules and less restrictive access to overseas markets for Australian produce. The workshop, which was held at the Melbourne Business School on 24-25 October 2000, brought together a distinguished group of applied economists and quarantine policy analysts whose focus involves regions as disparate as Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and New Zealand, in addition to Australia.
Language notes English.
Other author Anderson, Kym, editor Editor.
McRae, C. F. (Cheryl F.), editor Editor.
Wilson, David (David William), 1947- editor Editor.
University of Adelaide. Centre for International Economic Studies.
Biosecurity Australia, sponsor. Sponsor.
JSTOR issuing body.
Subject World Trade Organization -- Congresses.
Imports -- Australia -- Congresses.
International trade -- Congresses.
Quarantine -- Australia -- Congresses.
Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
ISBN 9781922064325 (electronic bk.)
1922064327 (electronic bk.)
9781922064332 (paperback)
1922064335 (paperback)