Friday, September 3, 2010

New Volume: European Yearbook of International Economic Law

The inaugural volume of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law (Vol. 1, 2010) is out. Contents include:
  • Part I Topics
    • Christoph Ohler, International Regulation and Supervision of Financial Markets After the Crisis
    • Christoph Herrmann, Don Yuan: China’s “Selfish” Exchange Rate Policy and International Economic Law
    • August Reinisch, Protection of or Protection Against Foreign Investment?: The Proposed Unbundling Rules of the EC Draft Energy Directives
    • Andreas R. Ziegler, The Nascent International Law on Most-Favoured-Nation (MFN) Clauses in Bilateral Investment Treaties (BITs)
    • Till Müller-Ibold, Foreign Investment in Germany: Restrictions Based on Public Security Concerns and Their Compatibility with EU Law
    • Marc Bungenberg, Going Global? The EU Common Commercial Policy After Lisbon
    • Markus Krajewski, Services Trade Liberalisation and Regulation: New Developments and Old Problems
    • Jörg Philipp Terhechte, Applying European Competition Law to International Organizations: The Case of OPEC
    • Roland Ismer, Mitigating Climate Change Through Price Instruments: An Overview of the Legal Issues in a World of Unequal Carbon Prices
  • Part II Regional Integration
    • Richard Senti, Regional Trade Agreements in the World Trade Order
    • Marise Cremona, The European Union and Regional Trade Agreements
    • Tomer Broude, Regional Economic Integration in the Middle East and North Africa: A Primer
    • Jeffrey L. Dunoff, North American Regional Economic Integration: Recent Trends and Developments
    • Gabriele Tondl & Timo Bass, Integration in Latin America
    • Chien-Huei Wu, The ASEAN Economic Community Under the ASEAN Charter; Its External Economic Relations and Dispute Settlement Mechanisms
  • Part III International Economic Institutions
    • Edwini Kessie, The Doha Development Agenda at a Crossroads: What Are the Remaining Obstacles to the Conclusion of the Round?
    • Wolfgang Bergthaler & Wouter Bossu, Recent Legal Developments in the International Monetary Fund
    • Katharina Gnath, Developments at the G8: A Group’s Architecture in Flux