- Ljiljana Biukovic & Pitman Potter, Introduction
- Thomas Cottier, International Trade, Human Rights and Policy Space
- Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Cosmopolitan Constitutionalism: Linking Local Engagement with International Economic Law and Human Rights
- Daniel Drache, Politics of Anti-dumping in Dispute Settlement: The Trade Predator’s Persistent Dilemma—National Tribunals Square Shooters or a Minefield of Bias?
- Ljiljana Biukovic, Transparency Evolution: More than the Right to Know
- Naayeli Ramirez-Espinosa, Challenging an Investment Agreement in Canada: Hupacasath First Nation’s Application for Judicial Review against the CCFIPPA
- Erika Cedillo, The Impact of Mexico’s 2011 Human Rights Constitutional Amendment on Arbitral Practice: A View from Local Actors
- Mor Mitrani, Demarcating the International Community: Where do International Practices Come from?
- Valentina Vadi, Local Communities, Cultural Heritage and International Economic Law
- Moshe Hirsch, Identity Matters: The Enforcement of Global Human Rights Treaties by European Union's Trade Instruments
- Lisa Toohey, Observing the Small Gestures: Human Rights Vectors in the Vietnamese Trade Law Environment
- Pitman B. Potter, Coordinating Human Rights and Trade Policy in China: The Case of Environmental Protection
- Sarah Biddulph, Structuring China’s Engagement with International Human Rights: The Case of Wage Protection Law and Practice
Monday, June 12, 2017
Biukovic & Potter: Local Engagement with International Economic Law and Human Rights
Local Engagement with International Economic Law and Human Rights (Edward Elgar Publishing 2017). Contents include: