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World Bank Content of Deep Trade Agreements

6. Pro-Competitive Provisions in Deep Trade AgreementsMeredith A. Crowley, Lu Han and Thomas Prayer 8. Trade Facilitation Provisions in Deep Trade Agreements: Impact on Peruvian Exporters Woori Lee, Nadia Rocha and Michele Ruta 2. Quantifying the impact of deep trade agreements: a general balance approachLionel Fontagne, Nadia Rocha, Michele Ruta and Gianluca Santoni 7. The impact of preferential trade agreements on the duration of anti-dumping protectionThomas J. Prusa and Min Zhu 15. Green Air, Clark Lundberg and Michele Ruta Breinlich, H, V Corradi, N Rocha, M Ruta, J M C Santos Silva and T Zylkin (2021), “Machine learning in international trade research – Evaluating the impact of trade agreements,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9629. This webinar series on the economics of deep trade agreements brought together leading trade experts to present ongoing research on the determinants and consequences of regional trade agreements. The research program draws on the World Bank`s new data and analysis on trade agreements and is jointly organized by the Development Research Group and the Global Practice of Macroeconomics, Trade and Investment. It aims to improve our understanding of key issues of trade agreements and regional integration.

While multilateral trade negotiations have stagnated and tensions between major players have risen, bilateral and regional agreements appear to have run away with the trade agenda. Today, there are more than 300 agreements, compared to 50 in 1990. More importantly, many of these agreements have expanded their scope far beyond tariffs and aim to achieve integration beyond trade or “deep” integration. A new e-book from the World Bank and CEPR focuses on the determinants of deep trade agreements, their impact on trade and non-trade outcomes, and how they could shape trade relations in a post-COVID-19 world. 12. The ripple effect of deep trade agreements on Chinese state-owned enterprisesKevin Lefebvre, Nadia Rocha and Michele Ruta Preferential trade agreements have always been a feature of the global trading system, but have gained in importance in recent years. The number of TPAs increased from 50 in the early 1990s to about 300 in 2019. All WTO Members currently participate in at least one and often several APAs. APTs have broadened their scope. While the average PTA covered 8 policy areas in the 1950s, it averaged 17 in recent years. Crowley, M A, L Han and T Prayer (2021), “The value of deep trade agreements in the presence of pricing-to-market,” Working Paper 9600.

13. How Preferential Trade Agreements with Strong Intellectual Property Provisions Affect TradeKeith E. Maskus and William Ridley Fernandes, A M, K Lefebvre and N Rocha (2021), “Heterogeneous impacts of SPS and TBT regulations: firm-level evidence from deep trade agreements,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9700. This dataset reflects the coverage of 52 selected policy areas in 279 EPAs notified to the WTO between 1958 and 2015. It also contains information on the legal applicability of each policy area. This dataset captures the broad scope of the content of deep trade agreements. Deep trade agreements are important for economic development. The rules embedded in DTAs, as well as multilateral trade rules and other elements of international economic law such as bilateral investment treaties, influence how countries (and thus the people and companies who live and operate there) act, invest, work and, ultimately, develop. Trade and investment regimes determine the level of economic integration, competition rules influence economic efficiency, intellectual property rights are important for innovation, and environmental and labour regulations contribute to environmental and social outcomes. This database provides the tools to analyse these new dimensions of integration in order to better identify the content and consequences of DTAs. Fontagné, L, N Rocha, M Ruta, and G Santoni (2021), “A general equilibrium assessment of the economic impact of deep trade agreements,” World Bank Policy Research Paper 9630. 5.

Global Value Chains and Deep IntegrationLeonardo Baccini, Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman, Carlo Altomonte and Italo Colantone This CEPR World Bank e-book brings together leading international trade experts from academia and political institutions, providing new analysis on the determinants of deep trade agreements, their impact on trade and non-trade outcomes, and how they could shape trade relations in a post-COVID-19 world. Baccini, L, M Fiorini, B Hoekman, C Altomonte, and I Colantone (2021), “Global value chains and deep integration,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9598. This project provides data and analysis on the content of in-depth trade agreements. 14. Deep integration into trade agreements: working clauses, tariffs and trade flowsRaymond Robertson Abman, R, C Lundberg and M Ruta (2021), “The effectiveness of environmental provisions in regional trade agreements,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9601. This database contains detailed information on the content of a subsample of eighteen of the most frequently addressed policy areas in a series of 283 agreements currently notified to the WTO between 1958 and 2017. For each agreement, the database covers the stated objectives and substantive obligations, as well as aspects related to transparency, procedures and enforcement. This database represents the most comprehensive effort in terms of coverage of policy areas and the granularity of information in each area. This database is the result of cooperation with scientific experts and other international organizations such as ITC, OECD, UNCTAD and WTO.

10. Defining the scope of trade agreements on trade in services: what really mattersIngo Borchert and Mattia Di Ubaldo 16. Why deep trade agreements can shape trade after COVID-19Aaditya Mattoo, Nadia Rocha and Michele Ruta To assess the content of deep trade agreements, the following datasets have been created: Deep trade agreements are mutual agreements between countries that cover not only trade, but also additional policy areas such as international investment and labour flows, and the protection of intellectual property rights and the environment. Although these agreements are still called trade agreements, their goal is integration beyond trade or deep integration. Einleitung: Die Ökonomie tiefer HandelsabkommenAna Margarida Fernandes, Nadia Rocha und Michele Ruta 9. Heterogeneous impacts of sanitary and phyto-sanitary and technical barriers to trade regulations: Firm-level evidence from deep trade agreementsAna Margarida Fernandes, Kevin Lefebvre, and Nadia Rocha Lee, W, N Rocha, and M Ruta (2021), « Trade Facilitation Provisions in deep trade agreements: Impact on Peru’s GVC firms », Document de travail 9674 de la Banque mondiale sur la recherche sur les politiques. The Distributional Impact of SPS and TBT Regulations: Firm-Level Evidence from Deep Trade Agreement Mattoo, Aaditya; Rocha, Nadia; Ruta, Michele. 2020. Handbuch der tiefen Handelsabkommen.

Washington, DC: Weltbank. A General Equilibrium Assessment of the Economic Impact of Deep Trade Agreements The Value of Deep Trade Agreements in the Presence of Pricing to Market Income Distribution, International Integration and Sustained Poverty Reduction Blanga-Gubbay, M, P Conconi, and M Parenti (2020), « Lobbying for globalization », DOCUMENT DE TRAVAIL 14597 du RÈGLEMENT-CADRE. . Concevoir une libéralisation préférentielle: le rôle du commerce et des chaînes de valeur mondiales Authors: Holger Breinlich, Valentina Corradi, Nadia Rocha, Michele Ruta, Joao Santos Silva, Tom Zylkin. . Hofmann Claudia, Alberto Osnago et Michele Ruta, (2017). « Horizontal depth: A new database on the content of preferential trade agreements ». Working paper on policy research; No.

WPS 7981 Washington, D.C: World Bank Group. ORGANISATRICE: Ana Margarida Fernandes | Nadia Rocha | Michele Ruta Goldberg, P K, and T Reed (2020), « Income distribution, international integration and sustainable poverty reduction », Document de travail 9342 de la Banque mondiale sur la recherche sur les politiques. Machine learning in international trade research – assessing the impact of trade agreements 11. Trade barriers in public procurementAlen Mulabdic and Lorenzo Rotunno. Political Economy and the Design of Deep Trade Agreements Prusa, T J und M Zhu (2021), « The impact of PTAs on the duration of antidumping protection », Document de travail 9638 de la Banque mondiale sur la recherche sur les politiques. 4. Lobbyarbeit für tiefe Handelsabkommen: Wie große Unternehmen günstige Rückstellungen kaufenMichael Blanga-Gubbay, Paola Conconi, In Song Kim und Mathieu Parenti 1. Die dauerhafte Rolle der internationalen Integration in der EntwicklungPinelopi Goldberg und Tristan Reed. . Maskus, K, und W Ridley (2021), « Trade Impacts of Intellectual-Property-Related PTAs: Evidence from Using the World Bank Deep Trade Agreements Database », Document de travail 9659 de la Banque mondiale sur la recherche sur les politiques, The Effectiveness of Environmental Provisions in Regional Trade Agreements.

Chinese state-owned enterprises included? The impact of deep trade agreements on companies` exports Authors: Ana Fernandes, Kevin Lefebvre, Nadia Rocha The impact of ACCORDPs on the duration of anti-dumping protection. Authors: Carlo Altomonte, Leonardo Baccini, Italo Colantone, Matteo Fiorini, Bernard Hoekman. Authors: Paola Conconi, Michael Blanga-Gubbay, In Song Kim, Mathieu Parenti. Robertson, R (2021), “Deep Integration in Trade Agreements: Labor Clauses, Tariffs, and Trade Flows,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9599. 1. Deep Trade Agreement Database 1.0. Mulabdic, A, and L Rotunno (2021), “Trade barriers in government procurement,” World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 9602. . .

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