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Rules of Origin (ROO) have emerged as one of the most controversial and complex issues in any trade negotiations. This volume presents new insights into the economics of ROO, critically evaluating the empirical aspects, and providing fresh perspectives on complex policy negotiations and implementation. The contributions suggest new ways to design ROO to make them development-oriented and facilitate trade, rather than ending up as a protectionist tool to impede it. In doing so, the analysis of the book relates to the current regional economic co-operation processes in different parts of the world, while focusing on India's regional economic engagements with other countries.

This book is essential reading for all interested in international trade theory and practice, international economics and international business management.

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