Category Archives: Research

Cuba Trade Briefs for SMEs

With the restoration of diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba in 20015, businesses are looking at both the opportunities and challenges in the Cuban market. However, opportunities already exist due to specific legislation going as far back as … Continue reading

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ITE welcomes former trade policy advisor as regular contributor

ITE is happy to announce a new regular contributor to the blog. We are truly grateful for this addition to the ITE team.

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Check It Out: Dr. Jackson’s Recently Published Article

You can check out my recent article titled, “Small States and Asymmetry in International Trade Negotiations: Constraints and Outcomes,” published in the June 2013 edition of Politics and Policy at the following link – http://internationaltradeexaminer.com/published-work/. Comments are welcome.  

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End to Antigua-US Gambling Services Dispute In Sight?

Last year, I published a piece titled, Small States and Compliance Bargaining in the WTO: An analysis of the Antigua-US Gambling Services Case. The article highlights the ability of  a small Caribbean country, Antigua and Barbuda (referred to as Antigua), to successfully challenge … Continue reading

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Going to Washington, D.C.

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      I will be away this week for the Latin American Studies Association conference in Washington, D.C. to present more of my research on industry association participation in free trade negotiations. Posting will resume next week. Story ideas … Continue reading

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