Monday, June 24, 2013

New Issue: Manchester Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 10, no. 1, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Rutsel Silvestre J. Martha, International Organizations as Sovereign Bondholders: An Unexplored Dimension of the Sovereign Debt Crisis
  • Palollo Michael Lehloenya, Africa Must Walk Before She Runs: The Case for Agricultural Stability in Sub-Saharan Africa in Advance of a Global Trade
  • Antoine P. Martin, Stability in Contemporary Investment Law: Reconsidering the Role and Shape of Contractual Commitments in Light of Recent Trends
  • Alessandro Romano & Peachya Thammapitagkul, Antidumping: A Public Interest not So much in the Public Interest
  • Trisha Rajput, The Management of Normative Conflict within the WTO: A Critical Analysis of the Implications of Other Regimes
  • S. M. Hassan Razavi, Theory of Justice and Asymmetric Trade Liberalization: Limited Reciprocity as a Rule