Wednesday, December 28, 2016

New Issue: Manchester Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Manchester Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 13, no. 3, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Symposium – International Organizations and the Private Sector
    • Peter Quayle, Interactions of International Organizations, Private Economic Actors and Resources
    • Jessica Gladstone & Anna Kirkpatrick, The Contribution of International Organizations to Investment Arbitration: Responding in Times of Crisis?
    • Yifeng Chen, International Organizations and Strategies of Self-Legitimization: The Example of the World Bank Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regime
    • Samuel Cogolati, Human Rights or Global Public Goods: Which Lens for Development Cooperation?
    • Bernhard Maier & Anna Pitaraki, The Many Identities of the European Union: Exploring the Rival Trade and Investment Ambitions of Organization and Members
  • General Articles
    • Khorsed Zaman, Blocking the Trade in Mode 4 Services and Its Impacts on the Ongoing Refugee Crisis and Migrant Trafficking
    • Priscilla Schwartz, Energy Resources Financing and Sustainable Development
    • Natasha A. Georgiou, EU Solidarity and the Russian Gas Deal with Greece: Blocking the Pipeline?
    • Michael R Garcia, Clayton/Bilcon, Investor-State Arbitration and International Approaches to Trade and Investment