Friday, January 25, 2019

New Issue: Journal of World Trade

The latest issue of the Journal of World Trade (Vol. 53, no. 1, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Zhang Xiangchen, Xu Qingjun, & Wang Jinyong, Capacity Constraint: A Fundamental Perspective for the Development Issue at WTO
  • Shujie Feng & Xiao Ma, To Increase Damages of Intellectual Property Infringement in China: A Double-Edged Sword for the Market
  • Ines Willemyns, GATS Classification of Digital Services – Does ‘The Cloud’ Have a Silver Lining?
  • Rex J. Zedalis, A Commentary on US ‘National Security’ Import Restraints: The Situation with Crude Oil
  • Margherita Melillo, Informal Dispute Resolution in Preferential Trade Agreements
  • Luciana Dutra De Oliveira Silveira, Can the WTO Bring More Teeth to the Global Anticorruption Agenda?
  • Nataliia Kozachuk, Counteracting SEP Abuse: In Search of a WTO-Consistent Approach
  • R.S. Neeraj, A Defining Act: How TPP Rules Are Undermining WTO Jurisprudence