La deuxième vague des unions régionales et Funiversalisme multilatéral
Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics (SJES), 1995, vol. 131, issue III, 489-501
Multilateral universalism (WTO) and the "second regionalism"( 1987-1995) restart the theoretical debate between non-discrimination and preferential liberalization. The "second regionalism" favours the free trade model, is harder for third countries and increases marginalization of developing countries. It is defined by a complex systemic functioning which is not necessarily open and which enlargement does not inevitably lead to multilateral universalism.
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