Quotation Vranes, Erich. 2009. Regulatory Principles and the Functioning of the GATS: The Relationship between Market Access and National Treatment Disciplines. Services Liberalisation in the EU and the WTO, Vienna,, Vienna, Österreich, 05.03-06.03.


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This contribution addresses the question as to how the principal WTO obligations on market access relate to those on non-discrimination. This issue has appropriately been referred to as ‘the single most potent underlying source of legal and political tension in all free trade regimes’ (Weiler). The present contribution focuses on the GATS, but by way of introduction it also briefly addresses pertinent WTO rules on trade in goods, so as to delineate a background against which the considerably more complicated legal situation in the GATS can be compared

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Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Paper presented at an academic conference or symposium
Language English
Title Regulatory Principles and the Functioning of the GATS: The Relationship between Market Access and National Treatment Disciplines
Event Services Liberalisation in the EU and the WTO, Vienna,
Year 2009
Date 05.03-06.03
Country Austria
Location Vienna

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Vranes, Erich (Details)
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Europainstitut (Nf. Griller) (Former organization)
Research areas (ÖSTAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
5235 International law (Details)
5251 Theory of law (Details)
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