Sunday, April 15, 2018

New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 21, no. 1, March 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Federico Lupo-Pasini, Financial Disputes in International Courts
  • Weitseng Chen, Lost in internationalization: Rise of the Renminbi, Macroprudential Policy, and Global Impacts
  • Manuel Sánchez Miranda, Liberalization at the Speed of Light: International Trade in Electricity and Interconnected Networks
  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, Between ‘Member-Driven’ WTO Governance and ‘Constitutional Justice’: Judicial Dilemmas in GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement
  • Hanna Schebesta & Dominique Sinopoli, The Potency of the SPS Agreement’s Excessivity Test: The Impact of Article 5.6 on Trade Liberalization and the Regulatory Power of WTO Members to take Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures
  • Simon Lester & Inu Manak, The Rise of Populist Nationalism and the Renegotiation of NAFTA
  • Emilija Leinarte, The Principle of Independent Responsibility of the European Union and its Member States in the International Economic Context
  • JIEL Debate
    • Tao Li & Zuoli Jiang, Human Rights, Justice, and Courts in IEL: A Critical Examination of Petersmann’s Constitutionalization Theory
    • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, International Economic Law without Human and Constitutional Rights? Legal Methodology Questions for my Chinese Critics