By Candido Tomas Garcia Molyneux, Candido Tomas Garcia Molyneux
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World Trade. 5–13, 8. ” (1990) 24 (6) J. ), Down in the Dumps: Administration of the Unfair Trade Laws (Washington, The Brookings Institute, 1991), at 95. 98 D Palmeter, “Torquemada and the Tariff Act: The Inquisitor Rides Again” (1985) 20 (2) Int’l Law. 641–657. 99 Their objective is to increase or create export markets for domestic firms by challenging foreign practices that are considered to be obstacles to trade. They provide private petitioners and government authorities with a mechanism to enforce international trade agreements or to eliminate what are considered to be unfair foreign trade practices by threatening trade retaliation and engaging in international negotiations and dispute settlement procedures.
14 Secondly, taking into account the important role that states play in the globalisation process, we may question what are the determinants of a state’s trade policy. Several approaches may be taken to answer this question. Realist or systemic approaches tend to focus on the system as a whole, considering the state to be a rational and unitary actor. These theories consider state preferences to be constants, rather than variables. States are assumed to have stable and broadly similar domestic preferences, decision-making procedures and abilities to extract resources from society.
On the different visions of market society, see A Hirshman, “Rival Views of Market Society”, in A Hirshman Rival Views of Market Society and Other Recent Essays (New York, Viking, 1986), 105–141. 27 See J Zysman, Government, Markets and Growth: Financial Systems and the Politics of Industrial Change (Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1983), 17. 28 G M Hodgson, “The Evolution of Socioeconomic Order in the Move to a Market Economy”, 11 Rev. Int’l Pol’y Economy 387 at 395. ), Contemporary Capitalism: The Embeddeness of Institutions (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1997), 1–48.