Tuesday, January 14, 2020

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 22, no. 4, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Trade Wars
    • Anne van Aaken, Chad P Bown, & Andrew Lang, Introduction to the Special Issue on ‘Trade Wars’
    • Simon J Evenett, The Smoot–Hawley Fixation: Putting the Sino-US Trade War in Contemporary and Historical Perspective
    • Chad P Bown & Jennifer A Hillman, WTO’ing a Resolution to the China Subsidy Problem
    • Cindy Whang, Undermining the Consensus-Building and List-Based Standards in Export Controls: What the US Export Controls Act Means to the Global Export Control Regime
    • Anne van Aaken & Jürgen Kurtz, Beyond Rational Choice: International Trade Law and The Behavioral Political Economy of Protectionism
    • Jonathan Bonnitcha, Investment Wars: Contestation and Confusion in Debate About Investment Liberalization
    • Anthea Roberts, Henrique Choer Moraes, & Victor Ferguson, Toward a Geoeconomic Order in International Trade and Investment
    • Andrew Lang, Heterodox markets and ‘market distortions’ in the global trading system
    • Nicolas Lamp, At the Vanishing Point of Law: Rebalancing, Non-Violation Claims, and the Role of the Multilateral Trade Regime in the Trade Wars
    • Julia Ya Qin, Forced Technology Transfer and the US–China Trade War: Implications for International Economic Law