supporting data for IMPROVING PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN ANTI-DUMPING INVESTIGATIONS
Reason: Surveys include personal identifiers and participants agreed to participate under the condition that their names will not be published. Therefore, I only added some summary tables showing the distribution of the responses. Also added some mail communications with government officials and WTO lawyers that I quoted in my Thesis. I included them in my dataset as a reference but they should not be published due to personal identifier concerns.
Supporting data for "IMPROVING PROCEDURAL JUSTICE IN ANTI-DUMPING INVESTIGATIONS: LESSONS FROM THE U.S AND EU PRACTICES AGAINST CHINA"
This research focuses on the procedural rules of the U.S. and EU, key instigators of anti-dumping measures, against China. This study assumes that the anti-dumping investigations are directed in such a way that exporters are discouraged to cooperate with the investigating authorities so that overprotective anti-dumping duties can be adopted.
The study primarily relies on fieldwork and accordingly surveys were devoted to the public authorities, WTO law firms and companies that experienced at least one anti-dumping investigation. The dataset includes the surveys designed for WTO lawyers, Chinese exporters and government agencies. The dataset also includes the contact information of the possible participants. The dataset covers responses collected through empirical research as well as other findings to support the hypothesis of this study. Dataset also includes the data management plan and the ethical approval by the HREC.