World History of the Customs and Tariffs

Filename: world-history-of-the-customs-and-tariffs.pdf
ISBN: 9782874920219
Release Date: 2003
Number of pages: 306
Publisher: World Customs Organization

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The Industrial Revolution History Documents and Key Questions

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ISBN: 9781610698856
Release Date: 2016-09-26
Number of pages: 187
Author: Jeff Horn
Publisher: ABC-CLIO

Download and read online The Industrial Revolution History Documents and Key Questions in PDF and EPUB Through this book's roughly 50 reference entries, readers will gain a better appreciation of what life during the Industrial Revolution was like and see how the United States and Europe rapidly changed as societies transitioned from an agrarian economy to one based on machines and mass production. • Provides entries on a wide range of ideas, individuals, events, places, movements, organizations, and objects and artifacts of the Industrial Revolution that allow readers to better grasp the lasting significance of the period • Offers a historical overview essay that presents a narrative summary of the causes of the Industrial Revolution and a timeline of the most important events related to the Industrial Revolution • Includes primary sources—each introduced by a headnote—that supply contemporary perspectives on vital elements of social history, especially the actions and conditions of laborers during the Industrial Revolution, providing insights into people's actions and motivations during this time of transition

The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization

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ISBN: 9781107024496
Release Date: 2013-08-08
Number of pages: 1045
Author: Peter Van den Bossche
Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Download and read online The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization in PDF and EPUB This thoroughly updated new edition of the classic, market-leading textbook is required reading for all students of WTO law.

International Harmonization of Economic Regulation

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ISBN: 9780199604661
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 391
Author: Junji Nakagawa
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

Download and read online International Harmonization of Economic Regulation in PDF and EPUB With the advancing globalization of the world economy, domestic economic regulations are becoming more and more subject to efforts at international harmonization. This book presents an analysis of this worldwide phenomenon from both a legal and a politico-economic perspective by focusing on (1) the backgrounds and objectives of international harmonization, (2) the negotiating processes involved, and (3) the impact of harmonization on domestic laws and their administration. International harmonization is discussed in a wide range of cases including trade-related regulations, technical standards and food safety standards, intellectual property rights, labor standards, competition law and policy, financial regulations, and regulations concerning transnational economic crime. Drawing on a wide range of materials and applying a unified analytical framework based on theoretical as well as practical observations, the book surveys this much debated topic in a comprehensive and accessible way. It thus contributes to a better understanding of both the chances and the challenges of globalization and global governance today.

The Interface of International Trade Law and Taxation

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ISBN: 9789087221829
Release Date: 2013
Number of pages: 314
Author: Jennifer E. Farrell
Publisher: IBFD

Download and read online The Interface of International Trade Law and Taxation in PDF and EPUB This book explores the ill-defined and oft-underestimated relationship between the World Trade Organization (WTO) and taxation. By adopting a two-pronged approach, the relationship is examined in terms of the extent to which the WTO legal framework exerts influence upon domestic tax law and international tax policy, and whether it is appropriate for the WTO to play a regulatory role in the field of taxation. The book begins with an examination of the historical development of international trade law and international tax law, and demonstrates that these two separate areas of law are closely linked in terms of their underlying principles and historical evolution. The work then goes on to offer a doctrinal analysis of the tax content found in the WTO legal texts and highlights ambiguities therein.

Customs Tariffs

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ISBN: NYPL:33433024552931
Release Date: 1909
Number of pages: 482
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance

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The World s History Western Europe to 1800

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ISBN: PSU:000010619216
Release Date: 1903
Number of pages:
Author: Hans Ferdinand Helmolt

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A Dictionary of World History

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ISBN: 9780191044786
Release Date: 2015-05-14
Number of pages: 736
Author: Anne Kerr
Publisher: OUP Oxford

Download and read online A Dictionary of World History in PDF and EPUB This wide-ranging dictionary contains a wealth of information on all aspects of history, from prehistory right up to the present day. Over 4,000 clear, concise entries include biographies of key figures in world history (living and dead), separate entries for every country in the world (summarising key historical events), and in-depth entries on religious and political movements, international organizations, and major conflicts and events and their after-effects. For this new edition, existing entries have been revised and updated to reflect the very latest global events including changes in leadership, wars, political situations, and the statistical information given for each country (population counts, currency, languages, religions). New entries have been included for key figures who have recently come to prominence and world events. The book also contains twenty-five detailed maps linked to key historical events and topics. These include the African slave trade, the Black Death, and the Normandy campaign. Also included are over 200 country maps. The dictionary is enhanced by entry-level web links which are accessed via a dedicated companion website. Encyclopedic in scope, this ambitious A to Z provides an excellent overview of world history both for students and anyone with an interest in the subject.

Barron s SAT Subject Test World History

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ISBN: 9781438080352
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 482
Author: Marilynn Giroux Hitchens
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series

Download and read online Barron s SAT Subject Test World History in PDF and EPUB Previous ed. titled: SAT subject test in world history.

Borderlands in World History 1700 1914

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ISBN: 9781137320582
Release Date: 2014-05-20
Number of pages: 345
Author: P. Readman
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Borderlands in World History 1700 1914 in PDF and EPUB Covering two hundred years, this groundbreaking book brings together essays on borderlands by leading experts in the modern history of the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia to offer the first historical study of borderlands with a global reach.

Insights into Modern World History

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ISBN: 9781514440704
Release Date: 2016-05-27
Number of pages: 590
Author: James Litai
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Download and read online Insights into Modern World History in PDF and EPUB Insights into Modern World History is a material that uses interpretative approach to examine political, social, and economic changes of the twentieth- to twenty-first-century world. A substantially updated approach to 2015 exactly in line with Upper Secondary School Certificate Examination (USSCE) requirements. This book is perfected purposely for Papua New Guinea schools. A convenient text material for both teachers and students to have access and gain the insights of modern world history. The National Department of Education’s motto is “Prosperity through self reliance”; thus this project is one out of many the department is yet to accomplish. Plenty of maps and cartoons are included in each unit. All units are summarized by external exam-type review questions. The trends in Papua New Guinea history beginning 1526 from the first explorer who sited our island to 1884, formal proclamation by Germany and Britain to 1951, the first twenty-nine-member legislative council. The chronology counts on to 1964, first elections to 1973, self-government to 1975, our independence. As I write, the country is turning forty years now. This text material is the 2015 latest version. There are four important chapters included and the chapters are (1) Writing a good Essay, (2) The Chronicles: Key Events of the World, (3) The Chronicles: Key Events of Papua New Guinea, and (4) The Glossary. These chapters gives detailed information chronologically.

The Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History

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ISBN: 9780810888883
Release Date: 2014-11-25
Number of pages: 972
Author: Kenneth E. Hendrickson III
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online The Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History in PDF and EPUB As editor Kenneth E. Hendrickson, III, notes in his introduction: “Since the end of the nineteenth-century, industrialization has become a global phenomenon. After the relative completion of the advanced industrial economies of the West after 1945, patterns of rapid economic change invaded societies beyond western Europe, North America, the Commonwealth, and Japan.” In The Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History contributors survey the Industrial Revolution as a world historical phenomenon rather than through the traditional lens of a development largely restricted to Western society. The Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History is a three-volume work of over 1,000 entries on the rise and spread of the Industrial Revolution across the world. Entries comprise accessible but scholarly explorations of topics from the “aerospace industry” to “zaibatsu.” Contributor articles not only address topics of technology and technical innovation but emphasize the individual human and social experience of industrialization. Entries include generous selections of biographical figures and human communities, with articles on entrepreneurs, working men and women, families, and organizations. They also cover legal developments, disasters, and the environmental impact of the Industrial Revolution. Each entry also includes cross-references and a brief list of suggested readings to alert readers to more detailed information. The Encyclopedia of the Industrial Revolution in World History includes over 300 illustrations, as well as artfully selected, extended quotations from key primary sources, from Thomas Malthus’ “Essay on the Principal of Population” to Arthur Young’s look at Birmingham, England in 1791. This work is the perfect reference work for anyone conducting research in the areas of technology, business, economics, and history on a world historical scale.

Customs Modernization Handbook

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ISBN: 0821383728
Release Date: 2005-01-03
Number of pages: 352
Author: Luc De Wulf
Publisher: World Bank Publications

Download and read online Customs Modernization Handbook in PDF and EPUB Trade integration contributes substantially to economic development and poverty alleviation. In recent years much progress was made to liberalize the trade regime, but customs procedures are often still complex, costly and non-transparent. This situation leads to misallocation of resources. 'Customs Modernization Handbook' provides an overview of the key elements of a successful customs modernization strategy and draws lessons from a number of successful customs reforms as well as from customs reform projects that have been undertaken by the World Bank. It describes a number of key import procedures, that have proved particularly troublesome for customs administrations and traders, and provides practical guidelines to enhance their efficiency. The Handbook also reviews the appropriate legal framework for customs operations as well as strategies to combat corruption.

The Silk Road in World History

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ISBN: 9780199713721
Release Date: 2010-07-09
Number of pages: 168
Author: Xinru Liu
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online The Silk Road in World History in PDF and EPUB The Silk Road was the contemporary name for a complex of ancient trade routes linking East Asia with Central Asia, South Asia, and the Mediterranean world. This network of exchange emerged along the borders between agricultural China and the steppe nomads during the Han Dynasty (206BCE-220CE), in consequence of the inter-dependence and the conflicts of these two distinctive societies. In their quest for horses, fragrances, spices, gems, glassware, and other exotics from the lands to their west, the Han Empire extended its dominion over the oases around the Takla Makan Desert and sent silk all the way to the Mediterranean, either through the land routes leading to the caravan city of Palmyra in Syria desert, or by way of northwest India, the Arabian Sea and the Red Sea, landing at Alexandria. The Silk Road survived the turmoil of the demise of the Han and Roman Empires, reached its golden age during the early middle age, when the Byzantine Empire and the Tang Empire became centers of silk culture and established the models for high culture of the Eurasian world. The coming of Islam extended silk culture to an even larger area and paved the way for an expanded market for textiles and other commodities. By the 11th century, however, the Silk Road was in decline because of intense competition from the sea routes of the Indian Ocean. Using supply and demand as the framework for analyzing the formation and development of the Silk Road, the book examines the dynamics of the interactions of the nomadic pastoralists with sedentary agriculturalists, and the spread of new ideas, religions, and values into the world of commerce, thus illustrating the cultural forces underlying material transactions. This effort at tracing the interconnections of the diverse participants in the transcontinental Silk Road exchange will demonstrate that the world had been linked through economic and ideological forces long before the modern era.

The Indian Ocean in World History

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ISBN: 9781134381753
Release Date: 2004-03-01
Number of pages: 200
Author: Milo Kearney
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online The Indian Ocean in World History in PDF and EPUB Throughout history, dominance of the Indian Ocean has been a critical factor in defining a nation's supremacy and power. It is well known that it played a major part in the success of the Portugese nation at the start of the sixteenth century. In this concise survey, Milo Kearney shows how the trading and imperial expansion offered by the Indian Ocean were exploited by many leading powers from the third millennium BC to the very recent past. The nations included range from the ancient Egyptians of the new Kingdom to the Han Chinese and, later, from the Moghul to the British Empire. Milo Kearney goes on to show what a critical territory the Indian Ocean was during the Cold War because of its rich supply for oil. The history of the Indian Ocean provides a snapshot of many of the key issues in world history, such as colonialism, trade and spread of cultures and religions. It is important reading for all students of world history.