Saturday, April 27, 2019

New Issue: Journal of World Trade

The latest issue of the Journal of World Trade (Vol. 53, no. 3, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Julio J. Nogués, Brexit Trade Impacts’ and Mercosur’s Negotiations with Europe
  • Bernard Hoekman, Urgent and Important: Improving WTO Performance by Revisiting Working Practices
  • Andrei Suse & Jan Wouters, Exploring the Boundaries of Provisional Application: The EU’s Mixed Trade and Investment Agreements
  • Kiliane Huyghebaert, Changing the Rules Mid-Game: The Compliance of the Amended EU Basic Anti-Dumping Regulation with WTO Law
  • Salam Alshareef, Technical Standards Liberalization in FTAs of the United States, the European Union and China
  • Christina Siyu Tao & Sandeep Gopalan, Piercing the Veil of Foreign Legal Services in China
  • Michal Ovádek & Akhil Raina, The Evolution of EU Trade Law Through the Prism of Competence: A Quantitative, Longitudinal Perspective