Domestic Trade Politics And The Uruguay Round
Edited by Henry R. Nau
Columbia University Press, 1989, 216 pp.
That domestic factors do much to shape trade policy is obvious enough. The advantage of this collection is that it presents studies of Brazil, China, India, South Korea and Mexico as well as the familiar cases of Japan, Germany and the United States. Although there are some interesting points about attitudes toward the Uruguay Round, the greater value of the book is in the examination of the organization and process of policymaking in each country.