Friday, October 30, 2015

New Volume: European Yearbook of International Economic Law

The latest volume of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law (Vol. 6, 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Part I Issues
    • Robert Howse, Distinguished Essay: Non-tariff Barriers and Climate Policy: Border-Adjusted Taxes and Regulatory Measures as WTO-Compliant Climate Mitigation Strategies
    • Timothy Lyons, The Interaction of Customs and Non-tariff Barriers
    • Nikita Lomagin, Non-tariff Barriers to Trade: Quality and Quantity from an Economic Perspective
    • Akbar Rasulov, The Horizontal Mechanism Initiative in the WTO: The Proceduralist Turn and Its Discontents
    • Gracia Marín Durán, NTBs and the WTO Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade: The Case of PPM-Based Measures Following US – Tuna II and EC – Seal Products
    • Nikolay Mizulin & Huijian Zhu, Non-tariff Barriers and Private Conduct: The Case of Labelling
    • Christian Pitschas, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership Agreement and the Development of International Standards
  • Part II Regional Integration: Trade and Investment Relations
    • Shotaro Hamamoto, Between the EU and East Asia: The Next Frontier? Economic Partnership Agreements Concluded by Japan
    • Won-Mog Choi, Aggressive Regionalism with the First Partner in the Far East: The Korea-EU FTA and Its Implications for the Future
    • Locknie Hsu, EU-ASEAN Trade and Investment Relations with a Special Focus on Singapore
    • Chien-Huei Wu, A Mismatch Between Ambition and Reality: The EU’s Efforts to Counterbalance China and the US in East Asia
    • Julien Chaisse, The European Union’s Normative Power in Asia: Endogenous and Exogenous Factors of the Nascent Investment Policy
  • Part III International Economic Institutions
    • Catharine Titi, Institutional Developments in Investor–State Dispute Settlement and Arbitration Under the Auspices of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes
    • Jan Bohanes & Karolyn Salcedo, Overview of WTO Jurisprudence in 2013
    • Joy Kategekwa, Institutional Developments in the WTO: Recent Trends and the Challenge Going Forward
    • Andrea Wechsler, WIPO’s Global Copyright Policy Priorities: The Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons Who Are Blind, Visually Impaired, or Otherwise Print Disabled