Saturday, September 1, 2007

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 10, no. 3, September 2007) is out. Contents include:
  • William J. Davey, The Future of International Economic Law
  • Hector R. Torres, Reforming the International Monetary Fund - Why its Legitimacy is at Stake
  • Frank J. Garcia, Global Justice and the Bretton Woods Institutions
  • Debra P. Steger, The Culture of the WTO: Why it Needs to Change
  • Thomas Cottier, Preparing for Structural Reform in the WTO
  • Daniel C. Esty, Good Governance at the World Trade Organization: Building a Foundation of Administrative Law
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Multilevel Judicial Governance of International Trade Requires a Common Conception of Rule of Law and Justice
  • Seung Wha Chang, WTO for Trade and Development Post-Doha
  • Frederick M. Abbott, A New Dominant Trade Species Emerges: Is Bilateralism a Threat?
  • Matthew Schaefer, Ensuring that Regional Trade Agreements Complement the WTO System: US Unilateralism a Supplement to WTO Initiatives?
  • Gary Hufbauer & Sherry Stephenson, Services Trade: Past Liberalization and Future Challenges
  • Joel P. Trachtman, Regulatory Jurisdiction and the WTO
  • Andrew Green & Michael Trebilcock, Enforcing WTO Obligations: What Can We Learn from Export Subsidies?
  • Steve Charnovitz, The WTO’s Environmental Progress
  • David J. Gerber, Competition Law and the WTO: Rethinking the Relationship
  • Won-Mog Choi, The Present and Future of The Investor-State Dispute Settlement Paradigm