Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Issue: Law and Development Review

The latest issue of Law and Development Review (Vol. 6, no. 2, 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Integrating Africa into the World Economy through International Economic Law
    • James Thuo Gathii, Tomer Broude, & Laurence Boulle, Integrating Africa into the World Economy through International Economic Law: An Introduction
    • Olabisi Delebayo Akinkugbe, The Dilemma of Public–Private Partnerships as a Vehicle for the Provision of Regional Transport Infrastructure Development in Africa
    • Senai W. Andemariam, The Missed and Missing Benefits to Africa in the Absence of Harmonized International Regulation of Traditional Medicinal Knowledge
    • Lorand Bartels, Making WTO Dispute Settlement Work for African Countries: An Evaluation of Current Proposals for Reforming the DSU
    • Ciaran Cross & Christian Schliemann-Radbruch, When Investment Arbitration Curbs Domestic Regulatory Space: Consistent Solutions through Amicus Curiae Submissions by Regional Organisations
    • Isabelle Deschamps, Assessing the Organisation pour l’harmonisation en Afrique du droit des affaires’s Contributions to Poverty Reduction in Africa: A Grounded Outlook
    • Malebakeng Forere, Revisiting African States Participation in the WTO Dispute Settlement through Intra-Africa RTA Dispute Settlement
    • Dennis Ndonga, Increasing Africa’s Share of Vertical Investments through Single Window Systems
    • Priscilla Schwartz, Capitalism, International Investment Law and the Development Conundrum
    • Regis Y Simo, Integrating African Markets into the Global Exchange of Services: A Central African Perspective