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Warwick Commission

In 2007, the Commission, led by the Hon. Pierre Pettigrew PC, examined the global trading system and made recommendations about its future shape and direction.

'Second life' for Warwick Commission

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Chair of the first Warwick Commission Pierre Pettigrew, honorary graduates at Warwick, says the commission report into the future of world trade is set to have an even bigger impact after the completion of the Doha round.

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A future direction for multilateral trade

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Pierre Pettigrew, Chair of the Warwick Commission, talks about the Commissions' report on the future of the multilateral trade system.

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The future of multilateral trade agreements

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Pierre Pettigrew discusses the work of the 2007 Warwick Commission analysing the future of Multilateral Trade Agreements.

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Introducing the first Warwick Commission

16:29 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Introducing the first Warwick Commission into the Multilateral Trading system.

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The Warwick Commission in Toronto

16:30 Mon 05 Jan 2009

The Warwick Commission visits Toronto

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The Warwick Commission in Dehli - part 1

16:30 Mon 05 Jan 2009

The Warwick Commission visits Dehli - part 1

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The Warwick Commission in Dehli - Part 2

16:31 Mon 05 Jan 2009

The Warwick Commission visits Dehli - Part 2

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Launch of the Report

16:31 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Launch of the Warwick Commission into World Trade.

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Warwick Commission Debate

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

A round table debate examining the report of the first Warwick Commission: The Multilateral Trade Regime: Which Way Forward?

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Rajiv Kumar

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Rajiv Kumar, Director and Chief Executive, Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER) talks about the future of the WTO from an Indian perspective: Does the failure of the Doha Round mean the death of the WTO?

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Robert Wolfe

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Robert Wolfe, Professor, School of Policy Studies, Queens University, Ontario, talks about the future of the world trade system following the Doha Round

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Scott Kennedy

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Scott Kennedy, Associate Professor, East Asian Languages and Cultures; and Political Science Director, Research Centre for Chinese Politics and Business, Indiana University discusses the emergence of China as an actor in the global political economy

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Carlos Primo Braga

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Carlos Primo Braga, Senior Adviser, The World Bank on the history of the world trade system and the issue of coherence amongst multilateral institutions

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Debapriya Bhattacharya

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Debapriya Bhattacharya, Executive Director, Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD), Bangladesh discusses the role of the Doha Development Round and the future of the WTO from the perspective of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs)

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Manab Majumdar

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Manab Majumdar, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, talks about the major challenges facing the multilateral trading system from the perspective of India and the kind of recommendations he would like to see the Commission make.

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Sharad Joshi

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Sharad Joshi, Member of Indian Parliament, discusses the problems of the world trade system and the future of the multilateral trading system after Doha.

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Agata Antkiewicz

12:25 Mon 05 Jan 2009

Agata Antkiewicz, Senior Researcher, Centre for International Governance Innovation, taklks about the role of emerging economies in the global trade system and the significance of new players like China

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