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    Journal of International Economic Law

    Journal of International Economic Law

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    Journal of International Economic Law, 2000, Vol.3

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    JH Jackson

    International economic law in times that are interesting

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-14

    WJ Davey

    The WTO dispute settlement system

    No.1, March

    pp. 15-18

    E-U Petersmann

    The WTO constitution and human rights

    No.1, March

    pp. 19-25

    DM McRae

    The WTO in international law: tradition continued or new frontier?

    No.1, March

    pp. 27-41

    C McCrudden, A Davies

    A perspective on trade and labor rights

    No.1, March

    pp. 43-62

    FM Abbott

    Distributed governance at the WTO- WIPO: an evolving model for open- architecture integrated governance

    No.1, March

    pp. 63-81

    P Sauve, AB Zampetti

    Subsidiarity perspectives on the new trade agenda

    No.1, March

    pp. 83-114

    ME Footer, CB Graber

    Trade liberalization and cultural policy

    No.1, March

    pp. 115-144

    M Salas, JH Jackson

    Procedural overview of the WTO EC- banana dispute

    No.1, March

    pp. 145-166

    G Horlick

    Reactions to Seattle. The speedbump at Seattle

    No.1, March

    pp. 167-172

    Peter Lichtenbaum

    DISPUTE SETTLEMENT AND INSTITUTIONAL ISSUES

    No.1, March

    pp. 173-176

    Daniel C. Esty

    AN ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVE ON SEATTLE

    No.1, March

    pp. 176-178

    Gary Horlick

    ANTIDUMPING AT THE SEATTLE MINISTERIAL: WITH TEAR GAS IN MY EYES

    No.1, March

    pp. 178-183

    Ernest H. Preeg

    THE SOUTH RISES IN SEATTLE

    No.1, March

    pp. 183-186

    Axel Desmedt

    ECJ RESTRICTS EFFECT OF WTO AGREEMENTS IN THE EC LEGAL ORDER

    No.1, March

    pp. 191-192

    Young Duk Park, Barbara Eggers

    WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT 1995- 99: A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS

    No.1, March

    pp. 193-204

    RL Revesz

    Federalism and regulation: extrapolating from the analysis of environmental regulation in the United States

    No.2, June

    pp. 219-233

    Daniel C Esty, Damien Geradin

    Regulatory co- opetition

    No.2, June

    pp. 235-255

    AO Sykes

    Regulatory competition or regulatory harmonization? A silly question?

    No.2, June

    pp. 257-264

    D Vogel

    Environmental regulation and economic integration

    No.2, June

    pp. 265-279

    D Charny

    Regulatory competition and the global coordination of labor standards

    No.2, June

    pp. 281-302

    M Barenberg

    Labor federalism in the United States: lessons for international labor rights

    No.2, June

    pp. 303-329

    JP Trachtman

    Regulatory competition and regulatory jurisdiction

    No.2, June

    pp. 331-348

    G Hertig

    Regulatory competition for EU financial services

    No.2, June

    pp. 349-375

    JM Salazar-Xirinachs

    The trade- labor nexus: developing countries' perspectives

    No.2, June

    pp. 377-385

    J Lacarte-Muro, P Gappah

    Developing countries and the WTO legal and dispute settlement system: a view from the bench

    No.3, September

    pp. 395-401

    A Subramanian, J Watal

    Can trips serve as an enforcement device for developing countries in the WTO?

    No.3, September

    pp. 403-416

    P Malanczuk

    State- state and investor- state dispute settlement in the OECD draft multilateral investment agreement

    No.3, September

    pp. 417-439

    S Griller

    Judicial enforceability of WTO law in the European Union. Annotation to Case C- 149/96, Portugal V. Council

    No.3, September

    pp. 441-472

    E Montaguti, M Lugard

    The GATT 1994 and other Annex 1A agreements: four different relationships?

    No.3, September

    pp. 473-484

    Clement Ng'ong'ola

    Regional integration and trade liberalization in the Southern African development community

    No.3, September

    pp. 485-506

    RM Lastra

    The international monetary fund in historical perspective

    No.3, September

    pp. 507-523

    B Eggers, R Mackenzie

    The Cartagena Protocol on biosafety

    No.3, September

    pp. 525-543

    N McNelis

    EU communications on the precautionary principle

    No.3, September

    pp. 545-551

    SA Rhodes

    The Article 21.5/ 22 problem: clarification through bilateral agreements?

    No.3, September

    pp. 553-558

    R Behboodi

    "Should" means "shall": a critical analysis of the obligation to submit information under article 13.1 of the DSU in the Canada- Aircraft case

    No.4, December

    pp. 563-592

    SJ Evenett, VY Suslow

    Preconditions for private restraints on market access and international cartels

    No.4, December

    pp. 593-631

    W-c Shih

    The World Bank and climate change

    No.4, December

    pp. 633-653

    Q Kong

    China's WTO accession: commitments and implications

    No.4, December

    pp. 655-690

    AE Appleton

    Amicus curiae submissions in the Carbon Steel case: another rabbit from the appellate body's hat?

    No.4, December

    pp. 691-699

     

    Issues of Amicus curiae submissions: note by the editors

    No.4, December

    pp. 701-706

    F Smith

    "Multifunctionality" and "non- trade concerns" in the agriculture negotiations

    No.4, December

    pp. 707-713

    Journal of International Economic Law, 2001, Vol.4

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    E-U Petersmann

    Human rights and international economic law in the 21st century. The need to clarify their interrelationships

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-39

    MCEJ Bronckers

    More power to the WTO?

    No.1, March

    pp. 41-65

    JH Jackson

    The WTO "constitution" and proposed reforms: seven "mantras" revisited

    No.1, March

    pp. 67-78

    WJ Davey

    Has the WTO dispute settlement system exceeded its authority? A consideration of deference shown by the system to member government decisions and its use of issue- avoidance techniques

    No.1, March

    pp. 79-110

    M Hilf

    Power, rules and principles- which orientation for WTO/GATT law?

    No.1, March

    pp. 111-130

    A Rosas

    Implementation and enforcement of WTO dispute settlement findings: an EU perspective

    No.1, March

    pp. 131-144

    JHJ Bourgeois

    Some reflections on the WTO dispute settlement system from a practitioner's perspective

    No.1, March

    pp. 145-154

    G Marceau, M Stilwell

    Practical suggestions for amicus curiae briefs before WTO adjudicating bodies

    No.1, March

    pp. 155-187

    N McNelis

    The role of the judge in the EU and WTO. Lessons from the BSE and hormones cases

    No.1, March

    pp. 189-208

    YD Park, GC Umbricht

    WTO dispute settlement 1995- 2000: a statistical analysis

    No.1, March

    pp. 213-230

    M Hoffman

    International economic law and the Internet: content, quality and research methods

    No.1, March

    pp. 231-244

    JM Mesa

    Legal and documentary research at WTO: the new documents on-line database

    No.1, March

    pp. 245-259

    KW Abbott

    Rule- making in the WTO: lessons from the case of bribery and corruption

    No.2, June

    pp. 275-296

    Y Guohua, C Jin

    The process of China's accession to the WTO

    No.2, June

    pp. 297-328

     

    China's WTO accession survey of materials

    No.2, June

    pp. 329-335

    EJ Cardenas, G Tempesta

    Arbitral awards under Mercosur's dispute settlement mechanism

    No.2, June

    pp. 337-366

    R Echandi

    Regional trade integration in the Americas during the 1990s: reflections of some trends and their implication for the multilateral trade system

    No.2, June

    pp. 367-410

    N van den Broek

    Legal persuasion, political realism, and legitimacy: the European Court's recent treatment of the effect of WTO agreements in the EC legal order

    No.2, June

    pp. 411-440

    Axel Desmedt

    Proportionality in WTO Law

    No.3, September

    pp. 441-480

    Ignacio Garcia Bercero, Stefan D. Amarasinha

    Moving the Trade and Competition Debate Forward

    No.3, September

    pp. 481-506

    Jean Francois Rischard

    High Noon: We Need New Approaches to Global Problem Solving, Fast

    No.3, September

    pp. 507-525

    Edwin Vermulst, Polya Mihaylova

    EC Commercial Defence Actions against Textiles from 1995 to 2000: Possible Lessons for Future Negotiations

    No.3, September

    pp. 527-555

    Marco M. Slotboom

    Do Different Treaty Purposes Matter for Treaty Interpretation? The Elimination of Discriminatory Internal Taxes in EC and WTO Law

    No.3, September

    pp. 557-579

    John H. Jackson, Patricio Grane

    The Saga Continues: An Update on the Banana Dispute and Its Procedural Offspring

    No.3, September

    pp. 581-595

    Geert A. Zonnekeyn

    The Latest on Indirect Effect of WTO Law in the EC Legal Order The Nakajima Case Law Misjudged?

    No.3, September

    pp. 597-608

    Daniel K. Tarullo

    Rules, Discretion, and Authority in International Financial Reform

    No.4, December

    pp. 613-682

    Andrew D. Mitchell

    Towards Compatibility: The Future of Electronic Commerce Within the Global Trading System

    No.4, December

    pp. 683-723

    Tracy Cohen

    Domestic Policy and South Africa's Commitments Under the WTO's Basic Telecommunications Agreement: Explaining the Apparent Inertia

    No.4, December

    pp. 725-754

    Patricio Grane

    Remedies Under WTO Law

    No.4, December

    pp. 755-772

    Georg C. Umbricht

    An "micus Curiae Brief" on Amicus Curiae Briefs at the WTO

    No.4, December

    pp. 773-794

    Journal of International Economic Law, 2002, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Gary Clyde Hufbauer

    International Economic Law in Times that are Stressful

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-16

    Michael Lennard

    Navigating by the Stars: Interpreting the WTO Agreements

    No.1, March

    pp. 17-89

    Piet Eeckhout

    Judicial Enforcement of WTO Law in the European Union- Some Further Reflections

    No.1, March

    pp. 91-110

    Thomas Cottier

    Trade and Human Rights: A Relationship to Discover

    No.1, March

    pp. 111-132

    Sarah H. Cleveland

    Human Rights Sanctions and International Trade: A Theory of Compatibility

    No.1, March

    pp. 133-189

    Jeffrey J. Schott

    Comment on the Doha Ministerial

    No.1, March

    pp. 191-195

    Gary N. Horlick

    Over the Bump in Doha?

    No.1, March

    pp. 195-202

    Alan Wm. Wolff

    What Did Doha Do? An Initial Assessment

    No.1, March

    pp. 202-206

    Steve Charnovitz

    The Legal Status of the Doha Declarations

    No.1, March

    pp. 207-211

    Carmen Otero Garcia-Castrillon

    An Approach to The WTO Ministerial Declaration on The Trips Agreement and Public Health

    No.1, March

    pp. 212-219

    Young Duk Park, Marion Panizzon

    WTO Dispute Settlement 1995- 2001: A Statistical Analysis

    No.1, March

    pp. 221-244

    Yuji Iwasawa

    WTO Dispute Settlement as Judicial Supervision

    No.2, June

    pp. 287-305

    Chi Carmody

    Remedies and Conformity under the WTO Agreement

    No.2, June

    pp. 307-329

    Jason E. Kearns, Steve Charnovitz

    Adjudicating Compliance in the WTO: A Review of DSU Article 21.5

    No.2, June

    pp. 331-352

    Cynthia Day Wallace

    "Extraterritorial" Discovery: Ongoing Challenges for Antitrust Litigation in an Environment of Global Investment

    No.2, June

    pp. 353-392

    Santiago M. Villalpando

    Attribution of Conduct to the State: How the Rules of State Responsibility may be Applied Within the WTO Dispute Settlement System

    No.2, June

    pp. 393-420

    Fabio Spadi

    Discriminatory Safeguards in the Light of the Admission of the People's Republic of China to the World Trade Organization

    No.2, June

    pp. 421-443

    Sung Jae Kim, Kenneth A. Reinert, G. Chris Rodrigo

    The Agreement on Textiles and Clothing: Safeguard Actions from 1995 to 2001

    No.2, June

    pp. 445-468

    Frederick M. Abbott

    The Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement and Public Health: Lighting a Dark Corner at the WTO

    No.2, June

    pp. 469-505

    Mahmood Bagheri, Chizu Nakajima

    Optimal Level of Financial Regulation under the GATS: A Regulatory Competition and Cooperation Framework for Capital Adequacy and Disclosure of Information

    No.2, June

    pp. 507-530

    Robert D. Anderson, Peter Holmes

    Competition Policy and the Future of the Multilateral Trading System

    No.2, June

    pp. 531-563

    Sharif Bhuiyan

    Mandatory and Discretionary Legislation: The Continued Relevance of the Distinction under the WTO

    No.3, August

    pp. 571-604

    Patrick Macklem

    Labour Law Beyond Borders

    No.3, August

    pp. 605-645

    Daniel E. Ho

    Compliance and International Soft Law: Why Do Countries Implement the Basle Accord?

    No.3, August

    pp. 647-688

    Edieth Y. Wu

    China Today: Why Its Accession to the World Trade Organization is Inevitable and Good for the International Community

    No.3, August

    pp. 689-718

    Carlos Lopez Hurtado

    Social Labelling and WTO Law

    No.3, August

    pp. 719-746

    Qingjiang Kong

    Can the WTO Dispute Settlement Mechanism Resolve Trade Disputes between China and Taiwan?

    No.3, August

    pp. 747-758

    Sue Arrowsmith

    Reviewing the GPA: The Role and Development of the Plurilateral Agreement After Doha

    No.4, December

    pp. 761-790

    Chantal Thomas

    Trade- Related Labor and Environment Agreements?

    No.4, December

    pp. 791-819

    M. Gregg Bloche

    Introduction: Health and the WTO

    No.4, December

    pp. 821-823

    M. Gregg Bloche

    WTO Deference to National Health Policy: Toward an Interpretive Principle

    No.4, December

    pp. 825-848

    Henry Grabowski

    Patents, Innovation and Access to New Pharmaceuticals

    No.4, December

    pp. 849-860

    Audrey R. Chapman

    The Human Rights Implications of Intellectual Property Protection

    No.4, December

    pp. 861-882

    Peter J. Hammer

    Differential Pricing of Essential AIDS Drugs: Markets, Politics and Public Health

    No.4, December

    pp. 883-912

    F. M. Scherer, Jayashree Watal

    Post-TRIPS Options for Access to Patented Medicines in Developing Nations

    No.4, December

    pp. 913-939

    Journal of International Economic Law, 2003, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Joel P. Trachtman

    Legal Aspects of a Poverty Agenda at the WTO: Trade Law and "Global Apartheid"

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-21

    Hunter Nottage

    Trade and Competition in the WTO: Pondering the Applicability of Special and Differential Treatment

    No.1, March

    pp. 23-47

    Won Mog Choi

    Regional Economic Integration in East Asia: Prospect and Jurisprudence

    No.1, March

    pp. 49-77

    Rosa Maria Lastra

    Cross- Border Bank Insolvency: Legal Implications in the Case of Banks Operating in Different Jurisdictions in Latin America

    No.1, March

    pp. 79-110

    John Greenwald

    WTO Dispute Settlement: an Exercise in Trade Law Legislation?

    No.1, March

    pp. 113-124

    James P. Durling

    Deference, But Only When Due: WTO Review of Anti Dumping Measures

    No.1, March

    pp. 125-153

    Richard O. Cunningham, Troy H. Cribb

    Dispute Settlement Through the Lens of "Free Flow of Trade": A Review of WTO Dispute Settlement of US Anti Dumping and Countervailing Duty Measures

    No.1, March

    pp. 155-170

    Rafael Tiago Juk Benke

    List of WTO Dispute Settlement Cases on "Trade Remedies": USA as Respondent

    No.1, March

    pp. 171-174

    William J. Davey

    Mini- Symposium on the Desirability of a WTO Permanent Panel Body: Introduction

    No.1, March

    pp. 175-176

    William J. Davey

    The Case for a WTO Permanent Panel Body

    No.1, March

    pp. 177-186

    Thomas Cottier

    The WTO Permanent Panel Body: a Bridge Too Far?

    No.1, March

    pp. 187-202

    Andrew W. Shoyer

    Panel Selection in WTO Dispute Settlement Proceedings

    No.1, March

    pp. 203-209

    Jacques H.J. Bourgeois

    Comment on a WTO Permanent Panel Body

    No.1, March

    pp. 211-235

    Ernst Ulrich Petersmann

    WTO Negotiators Meet Academics The Negotiations on Improvements of the WTO Dispute Settlement System

    No.1, March

    pp. 237-250

    Kara Leitner, Simon Lester

    WTO Dispute Settlement I995- 2002: A Statistical Analysis

    No.1, March

    pp. 251-261

     

    Jiel Selection of Iel Resources on the Web

    No.1, March

    pp. 271-272

    Aaditya Mattoo

    China's Accession to the WTO: The Services Dimension

    No.2, June

    pp. 299-339

    Markus Krajewski

    Public Services and Trade Liberalization: Mapping the Legal Framework

    No.2, June

    pp. 341-367

    Richard H. Steinberg, Timothy E. Josling

    When the Peace Ends: The Vulnerability of EC and US Agricultural Subsidies to WTO Legal Challenge

    No.2, June

    pp. 369-417

    Reinhard Quick, Christian Lau

    Environmentally Motivated Tax Distinctions and WTO Law: The European Commission's Green Paper on Integrated Product Policy in Light of the "Like Product " and "PPM " Debates

    No.2, June

    pp. 419-458

    Joel P. Trachtman

    Toward Open Recognition? Standardization and Regional Integration under Article XXIV of GATT

    No.2, June

    pp. 459-492

    Gaetan Verhoosel

    The Use of Investor- State Arbitration under Bilateral Investment Treaties to Seek Relief for Breaches of WTO Law

    No.2, June

    pp. 493-506

    Lorand Bartels

    The WTO Enabling Clause and Positive Conditionality in the European Community's GSP Program

    No.2, June

    pp. 507-532

    Gavin Goh,

    Retrospective Remedies in the WTO after Automotive Leather

    No.3, September

    pp. 545-564

    Andres Rigo Sureda

    Informality and Effectiveness in the Operation of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

    No.3, September

    pp. 565-596

    Dukgeun Ahn

    Korea in the GATT/ WTO Dispute Settlement System: Legal Battle for Economic Development

    No.3, September

    pp. 597-633

    Matthias Oesch

    Standards of Review in WTO Dispute Resolution

    No.3, September

    pp. 635-659

    Jose Antonio Rivas Campo, Rafael Tiago Juk Benke

    FTAA Negotiations: Short Overview

    No.3, September

    pp. 661-694

    Claus Dieter Ehlermann

    Reflections on the Appellate Body of the WTO

    No.3, September

    pp. 695-708

    Donald McRae

    Claus Dieter Ehlermann's Presentation on The Role and Record of Dispute Settlement Panels and the Appellate Body of the WTO

    No.3, September

    pp. 709-717

    Daniel Brinza

    International Trade Dispute Settlement System

    No.3, September

    pp. 719-722

     

    Tribute to Robert E. Hudec (23 December 1934- 12 March 2003)

    No.3, September

    pp. 723-728

     

    Tribute to Robert Hudec

    No.3, September

    pp. 729-744

    Barbara Ridley Monroe

    WTO Dispute Settlement Procedure Bibliography

    No.3, September

    pp. 745-759

    Geert A. Zonnekeyn

    EC Liability for the Non Implementation of WTO Dispute Settlement Decisions- Advocate General Alber Proposes a "Copernican Innovation" in the Case Law of the ECJ

    No.3, September

    pp. 761-769

    Nick Covelli, Viktor Hohots

    THE HEALTH REGULATION OF BIOTECH FOODS UNDER THE WTO AGREEMENTS

    No.4, December

    pp. 773-795

    Carlos Manuel Vazquez

    TRADE SANCTIONS AND HUMAN RIGHTS- PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE

    No.4, December

    pp. 797-839

    Kal Raustiala

    RETHINKING THE SOVEREIGNTY DEBATE IN INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

    No.4, December

    pp. 841-878

    Seung Wha Chang

    WTO DISCIPLINES ON FISHERIES SUBSIDIES: A HISTORIC STEP TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY?

    No.4, December

    pp. 879-921

    Journal of International Economic Law, 2004, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

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    Donald McRae

    What is the Future of WTO Dispute Settlement?

    No.1, March

    pp. 3-21

    Yoshiko Naiki

    THE MANDATORY DISCRETIONARY DOCTRINE IN WTO LAW The US- Section 301 Case and Its Aftermath#The Mandatory/Discretionary Doctrine in WTO Law

    No.1, March

    pp. 23-72

    Duncan Matthews

    WTO DECISION ON IMPLEMENTATION OF PARAGRAPH 6 OF THE DOHA DECLARATION ON THE TRIPS AGREEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH: A SOLUTION TO THE ACCESS TO ESSENTIAL MEDICINES PROBLEM?

    No.1, March

    pp. 73-107

    Joost Pauwelyn

    THE PUZZLE OF WTO SAFEGUARDS AND REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS

    No.1, March

    pp. 109-142

    Jiaxiang Hu

    THE ROLE OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF WTO LAW

    No.1, March

    pp. 143-167

    Kara Leitner, Simon Lester

    WTO Dispute Settlement 1995- 2003: A Statistical Analysis

    No.1, March

    pp. 169-181

    Sungjoon Cho

    A BRIDGE TOO FAR: THE FALL OF THE FIFTH WTO MINISTERIAL CONFERENCE IN CANCUN AND THE FUTURE OF TRADE CONSTITUTION

    No.2, June

    pp. 219-244

    Gary Clyde Hufbauer, Nicholas K. Mitrokostas

    INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE ALIEN TORT STATUTE

    No.2, June

    pp. 245-262

    Harold Hongju Koh

    SEPARATING MYTH FROM REALITY ABOUT CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY LITIGATION

    No.2, June

    pp. 263-274

    Keith E. Maskus, Jerome H. Reichman

    MINI- SYMPOSIUM: INTERNATIONAL PUBLIC GOODS AND THE TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY UNDER A GLOBALIZED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY REGIME: INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM

    No.2, June

    pp. 275-278

    Keith E. Maskus, Jerome H. Reichman

    THE GLOBALIZATION OF PRIVATE KNOWLEDGE GOODS AND THE PRIVATIZATION OF GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS

    No.2, June

    pp. 279-320

    Peter Drahos

    THE REGULATION OF PUBLIC GOODS

    No.2, June

    pp. 321-339

    John H. Barton

    ISSUES POSED BY A WORLD PATENT SYSTEM

    No.2, June

    pp. 341-357

    Lee G. Branstetter

    DO STRONGER PATENTS INDUCE MORE LOCAL INNOVATION?

    No.2, June

    pp. 359-370

    Thomas Cottier, Marion Panizzon

    LEGAL PERSPECTIVES ON TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE: THE CASE FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION

    No.2, June

    pp. 371-399

    Hanns Ullrich

    EXPANSIONIST INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROTECTION AND REDUCTIONIST COMPETITION RULES: A TRIPS PERSPECTIVE

    No.2, June

    pp. 401-430

    Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss

    INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW AND THE PUBLIC DOMAIN OF SCIENCE

    No.2, June

    pp. 431-448

    Wilfred J. Ethier

    INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS AND DISPUTE SETTLEMENT IN THE WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION

    No.2, June

    pp. 449-457

    Gregory Shaffer

    RECOGNIZING PUBLIC GOODS IN WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT: WHO PARTICIPATES? WHO DECIDES? THE CASE OF TRIPS AND PHARMACEUTICAL PATENT PROTECTION

    No.2, June

    pp. 459-482

    Geert A. Zonnekeyn

    EC LIABILITY FOR NON-IMPLEMENTATION OF WTO DISPUTE SETTLEMENT DECISIONS- ARE THE DICE CAST?

    No.2, June

    pp. 483-490

    Claus-Dieter Ehlermann, Nicolas Lockhart

    STANDARD OF REVIEW IN WTO LAW

    No.3, September

    pp. 491-521

    Alan O. Sykes

    THE PERSISTENT PUZZLES OF SAFEGUARDS: LESSONS FROM THE STEEL DISPUTE

    No.3, September

    pp. 523-564

    Ruosi Zhang

    FOOD SECURITY: FOOD TRADE REGIME AND FOOD AID REGIME

    No.3, September

    pp. 565-584

    Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

    CHALLENGES TO THE LEGITIMACY AND EFFICIENCY OF THE WORLD TRADING SYSTEM: DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE AND COMPETITION CULTURE IN THE WTO INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY

    No.3, September

    pp. 585-603

    Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

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    No.4, December

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