Thursday, June 21, 2018

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 21, no. 2, June 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Voices From Buenos Aires: Rethinking Trade Rules for a Digital Economy
    • Shunko Rojas & Gustavo Béliz, Introduction to the Special Issue
    • Susan Ariel Aaronson & Patrick Leblond, Another Digital Divide: The Rise of Data Realms and its Implications for the WTO
    • Jane Kelsey, How a TPP-Style E-commerce Outcome in the WTO would Endanger the Development Dimension of the GATS Acquis (and Potentially the WTO)
    • Henry Gao, Digital or Trade? The Contrasting Approaches of China and US to Digital Trade
    • Nivedita Sen, Understanding the Role of the WTO in International Data Flows: Taking the Liberalization or the Regulatory Autonomy Path?
    • Rutendo Tavengerwei, Using Trade Facilitation to Assist MSMEs in E-Commerce in Developing Countries
    • Rachel Brewster, Exit from Trade Agreements: A Reputational Analysis of Cooperation and Fairness
    • Alex Ansong, Single Undertaking, Different Speeds: Pliable Models for Decision-making in the WTO
    • Robert Basedow, The WTO and the Rise of Plurilateralism—What Lessons can we Learn from the European Union’s Experience with Differentiated Integration?
    • Dylan Geraets, Ensuring Continued Support for the Rules-Based Multilateral Trading System: The Need for a Public–Private Approach