Monday, January 2, 2012

New Volume: European Yearbook of International Economic Law

The latest volume of the European Yearbook of International Economic Law (Vol. 3, 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • Part I Topics
    • Special Focus I: Ten Years of China’s WTO Membership China
    • Mauro Petriccione & Adeline Hinderer, EU Trade Relations: A View from Brussels
    • Gary Clyde Hufbauer & Jared C. Woollacott, Trade Disputes Between China and the United States: Growing Pains so Far, Worse Ahead?
    • Bryan Mercurio & Mitali Tyagi, China’s Evolving Role in WTO Dispute Settlement: Acceptance, Consolidation and Activation
    • Andrea Wechsler, China’s WTO Accession Revisited: Achievements and Challenges in Chinese Intellectual Property Law Reform
    • Julien Chaisse, The Regulation of Trade-Distorting Restrictions in Foreign Investment Law
    • Robert M. MacLean, Adored and Despised in Equal Measure: An Assessment of the EU’s Principle of Market Economy Treatment in Anti-Dumping Investigations Against China
    • Chien-Huei Wu, A New Landscape in the WTO: Economic Integration Among China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau
    • Special Focus II: Global Energy Markets and International Economic Law
    • Claudia Kemfert, Global Energy Markets: Challenges and Opportunities – Energy Vision for 2050
    • Mireille Cossy, Energy Trade and WTO Rules: Reflexions on Sovereignty over Natural Resources, Export Restrictions and Freedom of Transit
    • Yulia Selivanova, The Energy Charter and the International Energy Governance
    • Markus Krajewski, The Impact of International Investment Agreements on Energy Regulation
    • Ludwig Gramlich, Regulating Energy Supranationally: EU Energy Policy
    • Carsten Nowak, The Energy Community of South East Europe
  • Part II Regional Integration
    • Colin M. Brown, The European Union and Regional Trade Agreements
    • Patrick C. Reed, International Economic Law in North America: Recent Developments in Dispute Resolution Under Regional Economic Agreements
    • Teresa Thorp, The Rule of Law and the Implementation of an Economic Acquis Communautaire in Sub Saharan Africa: Legal Challenges for the East African Community
  • Part III Institutions
    • Edwini Kessie, The Doha Development Agenda at a Crossroads: What Are the Remaining Obstacles to the Conclusion of the Round – Part III?
    • Andreas Krallmann, WTO Dispute Settlement: Current Cases
    • Hans-Michael Wolffgang & Christopher Dallimore, The World Customs Organization and its Role in the System of World Trade: An Overview
    • Bernhard Steinki & Wolfgang Bergthaler, Recent Reforms of the Finances of the International Monetary Fund: An Overview
    • Katharina Gnath & Claudia Schmucker, The Role of the Emerging Countries in the G20: Agenda-Setter, Veto Player or Spectator?
    • Raymond Ritter, Addressing Global Policy Challenges: The G20 Way in 2010 and Beyond