Thursday, March 3, 2016

New Issue: World Trade Review

The latest issue of the World Trade Review (Vol. 15, no. 2, April 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Chad P. Bown & Petros C. Mavroidis, WTO Case Law of 2014: A Busy Year
  • Eric W. Bond & Joel Trachtman, China–Rare Earths: Export Restrictions and the Limits of Textual Interpretation
  • Paola Conconi & Tania Voon, EC–Seal Products: The Tension between Public Morals and International Trade Agreements
  • Chad P. Bown & Jennifer A. Hillman, Bird Flu, the OIE, and National Regulation: The WTO's India–Agricultural Products Dispute
  • Kamal Saggi & Mark Wu, Understanding Agricultural Price Range Systems as Trade Restraints: Peru–Agricultural Products
  • James C. Hartigan, It's Baaaack: Zeroing, the US Department of Commerce, and US‒Shrimp II (Viet Nam)
  • Andrew D. Mitchell & Thomas J. Prusa, China–Autos: Haven't We Danced this Dance Before?
  • Rachel Brewster, Claire Brunel & Anna Maria Mayda, Trade in Environmental Goods: A Review of the WTO Appellate Body's Ruling in US‒Countervailing Measures (China)
  • Alan Spearot & Dukgeun Ahn, US‒Carbon Steel (India): Multi-Product Firms and the Cumulation of Products
  • Mostafa Beshkar & Adam S. Chilton, Revisiting Procedure and Precedent in the WTO: An Analysis of US – Countervailing and Anti-Dumping Measures (China)