Tuesday, March 15, 2016

New Issue: Trade, Law and Development

The latest issue of Trade, Law and Development (Vol. 7, no. 1, Summer 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Government Procurement
    • Ali Amerjee, Are Government(s) Pro-‘Cure’(Ment)? The WTO and Beyond
    • Nicholas C. Niggli, Helping Nations, Businesses and People to Succeed: How Government Procurement Influences Institution Building, Good Governance, Economic Growth and Sustainable Development
    • Chang-fa Lo, Anti-Corruption Provisions in the New GPA
    • Robert D. Anderson & Anna Caroline Müller, The Revised WTO Agreement on Government Procurement as an Emerging Pillar of the World Trading System: Recent Developments
    • Caroline Nicholas, Negotiations and the Development of International Standards in Public Procurement: Let the Best Team Win?
    • Christopher R. Yukins & Johannes S. Schnitzer, GPA Accession: Lessons Learned on the Strengths and Weaknesses of the WTO Government Procurement Agreement
    • Sandeep Verma, Life Cycle Costing in Defence Acquisition: The Challenges of Transforming Complex Aspirations into Factual Ground Realities
    • Geo Quinot, Innovation, State Contracting and Public Procurement Law
    • Anna La Chimia, Cui bono? Scope, rationales and consequences of the exemption for development procurement in the revised text of the GPA