Tuesday, September 16, 2014

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 17, no. 3, September 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • General Articles
    • Sergio Puig, International Regime Complexity and Economic Law Enforcement
    • Alberto Alvarez-Jimenez, The Great Recession and the New Frontiers of International Investment Law: The Economics of Early Warning Models and the Law of Necessity
    • Han-Wei Liu, International Standards in Flux: A Balkanized ICT Standard-Setting Paradigm and its Implications for the WTO
  • Symposium in Honor of John H. Jackson
    • R. Michael Gadbaw & Robert B. Thompson, Trade, International Economic Law, and the Challenges of the Global Economy: A Symposium in Honor of John H. Jackson
    • An Appreciation and Reflection by Professor John H. Jackson
    • Steve Charnovitz, The Field of International Economic Law
    • Donald McRae, International Economic Law and Public International Law: The Past and the Future
    • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Need for a New Philosophy of International Economic Law and Adjudication
    • Thomas Cottier, International Economic Law in Transition from Trade Liberalization to Trade Regulation
    • William J. Davey, The WTO and Rules-Based Dispute Settlement: Historical Evolution, Operational Success, and Future Challenges
    • Mitsuo Matsushita, A View on Future Roles of the WTO: Should There be More Soft Law in the WTO