Friday, December 13, 2019

New Issue: Global Trade and Customs Journal

The latest issue of Global Trade and Customs Journal (Vol. 14, nos. 11-12, 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Michael R. Smiszek, Twenty-Five Years of Reasonable Care Under US Customs Law
  • Giani Pandey, Davide Rovetta, & Agnieszka Smiatacz, When There Is No Line Between Your Data Protection and Data of Your Company: The Application of GDPR to Customs Law in C-496/17 Deutsche Post AG v. Hauptzollamt Köln Case
  • Jan A. Micallef, An EU-US Trade Agreement on Industrial Goods: A Preliminary Evaluation From an EU Perspective
  • Sebastian Beckerle, Stare Decisis in the WTO Dispute Settlement Procedure: A Response to the Trump Administration’s Criticism
  • Amrita Bahri, Measuring the Gender-Responsiveness of Free Trade Agreements: Using a Self-Evaluation Maturity Framework
  • Frank Altemöller, China and the Emerging Powers in International Trade Relations: The Future of the Multilateral Trade System, the Role of Free Trade Agreements and New Unilateralism
  • Pallavi Kishore, The Role of Consumer Protection in the Relations Between Asia and the European Union
  • Mohsen Abdollahi & Shahriar Kazemi Azar, Trade in Nanotechnology: Can the WTO Provide an Objective Balance Between the Risks and Benefits?