Improving the regulatory capacity of developing countries to manage risks associated with trade agreements

Author/s (editor/s):

Helen L Walls
Richard D Smith
Peter Drahos

Publication year:

2015

Publication type:

Journal article

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Globalization and Health website

Preferential trade agreements (PTAs) are likely to become greater drivers of health inequities in developing countries if states do not improve their ability to negotiate a fair deal. Peter Drahos’ latest article looks at how developing countries can develop their capacity to negotiate and manage the risks PTA’s pose for public health. The entire article is available on the Globalization and Health website.

Cite the publication as

Walls, Helen L., Richard D. Smith and Peter Drahos (2015) ‘Improving the regulatory capacity of developing countries to manage risks associated with trade agreements’, Globalization and Health, 11:14.

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