The Transmission of International Trade Norms, Ideas and Expertise Into National Statutory Institutions

Nicola Charwat discusses the way in which Australian trade experts’ engagement with the ‘discourse community’ of GATT in its early years worked to devalue the knowledge and expertise of those who were perceived to be outside of this community, delegitimising in the process alternative understandings of trade and economy that did not support GATT’s central project of global trade liberalisation. Image courtesy of Nicola Charwat.

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