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General Editor: Mads Andenas, Professor, University of Oslo
The Nijhoff International Trade Law Series is a forum for important and original research. It covers international trade law in its widest sense, including International Economic Law and International Financial Law. Books published in the series have been through a rigorous peer review, where ...
Edited by Brigitte Stern and Hélène Ruiz Fabri
Ping Xiong, University of South Australia
This book analyses the relationship between the TRIPS Agreement and the right to health and relevant human rights norms by using the tools of treaty interpretation of public international law.
Edited by Ph. Kahn and T. W. Wälde
R. Rajesh Babu, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
The study presents a critical review on the problems stemming from the nature and scope of the WTO remedies, and highlights in a comparative perspective the lacunas and inadequacies in the substantive and procedural aspects of WTO dispute settlement system.
Combining an empirical analysis of the evolution of EU food regulation with a theoretical study of selected mechanisms used in governing food, this book provides a critical outlook on the capacity of the regulatory system to accommodate increased post-enlargement diversity of socio-economic ...
Maaike Okano-Heijmans, Clingendael Institut,
"Since the 1990s, Japan’s economic diplomacy has undergone fundamental changes. The reconfiguration of regional and global power encouraged the Japanese government, in coordination and cooperation with the private sector, to reassess its economic diplomacy policy. Economic Diplomacy: Japan and ...
Edited by Chien-Huei Wu
Focusing on the impact of WTO disciplines, this book explores the WTO’s contribution to domestic reform, economic integration and dispute settlement of China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau: the four WTO Members in Greater China.
Joseph A. McMahon, University College, Dublin
This volume offers a history of the negotiations for a new Agreement on Agriculture up to the end of 2010, from the mandated negotiations under Article 20 of that Agreement to the negotiations launched by the 2001 Doha Declaration.
Bradly J. Condon
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