Monday, November 24, 2008

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 11, no. 4, December 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Mini-Symposium on Transparency in the WTO
    • Debra P. Steger, Introduction to the Mini-Symposium on Transparency in the WTO
    • Peter Van den Bossche, NGO Involvement in the WTO: A Comparative Perspective
    • Yves Bonzon, Institutionalizing Public Participation in WTO Decision Making: Some Conceptual Hurdles and Avenues
    • Padideh Ala’i, From the Periphery to the Center? The Evolving WTO Jurisprudence on Transparency and Good Governance
    • Ljiljana Biukovic, Selective Adaptation of WTO Transparency Norms and Local Practices in China and Japan
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Judging Judges: From ‘Principal-Agent Theory’ to ‘Constitutional Justice’ in Multilevel ‘Judicial Governance’ of Economic Cooperation Among Citizens
  • Marco Bronckers, From ‘Direct Effect’ to ‘Muted Dialogue’: Recent Developments in the European Courts’ Case Law on the WTO and Beyond
  • Henry Gao & C. L. Lim, Saving the WTO from the Risk of Irrelevance: The WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism as a ‘Common Good’ for RTA Disputes
  • Antony Taubman, Rethinking TRIPS: ‘Adequate Remuneration’ for Non-voluntary Patent Licensing
  • Kasturi Das, Coping with SPS Challenges in India: WTO and Beyond
  • Lothar Ehring, Public Access to Dispute Settlement Hearings in the World Trade Organization