ISO 9000: New form of protectionism or common language in international trade?
Clougherty, Joseph A.; Grajek, Michał;
Publisher: European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) Berlin
Subject: Standardisierung | Protektionismus | Welt | international trade, standards, technical trade barriers, ISO 9000, networks | F13 | Handelshemmnisse | networks | standards | L15 | technical trade barriers | international trade | ISO 9000 | C51
jel: jel:F13 | jel:C51 | jel:L15
International standards have the potential to both promote and hinder international trade. Yet empirical scholarship on the standards-trade relationship has been held up due to some methodological challenges: measurement problems, varied effects, and endogeneity concern... View more
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