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    • Implementing trade policy in Latin America: the cases of Chile and Mexico 

      Sáez, Sebastián (2005-10)
      Implementation problems have emerged as one of the key items in the international negotiating agenda. This paper analyses the experiences of Chile and Mexico in implementing trade agreements. The negotiations of FTAs have implied changing the institutional environment of Latin American countries. Transparency obligations are changing the way policies ...
    • Trade policy making in Latin America: a compared analysis 

      Sáez, Sebastián (2005-11)
      This paper examines the way trade policy is formulated in a representative set of Latin American countries. Despite the fact that the economic reform process in Latin America has been substantial, the benefits of the reforms are under question. Some claim that part of the current disenchantment with structural reforms, including trade policy, in Latin ...