Michael Ilg, a doctoral candidate at the University of British Columbia, discusses the difficulties and implications of agricultural liberalization in the World Trade Organization. He argues that "consumer choice is primary the means of reconciling the conflict between international trade liberalization and domestic social purpose" and proposes a "theoretical framework that facilitates the benefits of trade while preserving domestic autonomy.
Disclosure, Consumer Choice, and the Liberalization of Agricultural Trade,
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