Thinking Ahead on International Trade (TAIT) - 2nd Conference: Climate Change, Trade and Competitiveness: Issues for the WTO
Geneva, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
CTEI Working Paper, 2010-14
The Thinking Ahead on International Trade (TAIT) programme, run by the Centre for Trade and Economic Integration (CTEI) at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, is a 4-year research programme devoted to the analyses of medium-term challenges facing the international trade system in general and the WTO in particular. This is a preliminary draft of a background paper written for Round Table 3 on Climate-linked tariffs and subsidies: Eco-legal interface, at the business-government-academic conference Climate Change, Trade and Competitiveness: Issues for the WTO. The conference is organised by organised by the (CTEI) as part of its TAIT programme, in collaboration with the Economic Research and Statistics Division of the Secretariat of the World Trade Organization and The World Bank, and held at the headquarters of the World Trade Organization on 16th, 17th and 18th June, 2010.