Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Jemielniak, Nielsen, & Olsen: Establishing Judicial Authority in International Economic Law

Joanna Jemielniak (Univ. of Copenhagen - Law), Laura Nielsen (Univ. of Copenhagen - Law), & Henrik Palmer Olsen (Univ. of Copenhagen - Law) have published Establishing Judicial Authority in International Economic Law (Cambridge Univ. Press 2016). Contents include:
  • David A. Gantz, Assessing the impact of WTO and regional dispute resolution mechanisms on the world trading system
  • Chang-fa Lo, Establishing permanent regional good offices for trade disputes in Asia
  • Amos Saurombe, African regional judiciaries and their jurisprudence in trade law matters
  • Greg Tereposky & Laura Nielsen, Coordinated actions in international economic law as illustrated by investment treaty arbitration and World Trade Organization (WTO) disputes
  • Joost Pauwelyn, Minority rules: precedent and participation before the WTO Appellate Body
  • Krzysztof J. Pelc, The welfare implications of precedent in international law
  • Anton K. Schnyder & Stefanie Pfisterer, Features of trade law adjudication and their impact on the development of legal concepts and precedents
  • Krista Nadakavukaren Schefer, Judicial ethics in international economic law: what standards of independence and impartiality apply to arbitrators and panelists?
  • Ingo Venzke, Judicial authority and styles of reasoning: self-presentation between legalism and deliberation
  • Joanna Jemielniak & Laura Nielsen, Global citizens in international commercial arbitration and WTO dispute resolution
  • Benedikt Pirker, Proportionality analysis and international commercial arbitration: the example of public policy and domestic courts