Journal of International Economic Law – Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2019
Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2019
ISSN: 1369-3034, EISSN: 1464-3758
The Journal of International Economic Law is dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a very broad range of subjects that concern the relation of law to international economic activity, by providing the major English language medium for publication of high-quality manuscripts relevant to the endeavours of scholars, government officials, legal professionals, and others.
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WTO Dispute Settlement Post 2019: What to Expect?
Trade and Women—Opportunities for Women in the Framework of the World Trade Organization
Rohini Acharya, Olga Falgueras Alamo, Salma Mohamed Thabit Al-Battashi, Anoush der Boghossian, Naghm Ghei …
To fuse, Not to Fuse, or Simply Confuse? Assessing the Case for Normative Convergence Between Goods and Services Trade Law
Greening the WTO Environmental Goods Agreement, Tariff Concessions, and Policy Likeness
Petros C Mavroidis, Damien J Neven
Regulating Cross-Border Data Flows in a Data-Driven World: How WTO Law Can Contribute
Andrew D Mitchell, Neha Mishra
Subsidies for Illegal Activities?—Reframing IUU Fishing from the Law Enforcement Perspective
Are Retaliatory Trade Measures Justified under the WTO Agreement on Safeguards?
Challenging Unwritten Measures in the World Trade Organization: The Need for Clear Legal Standards
Cherise Valles, Vitaliy Pogoretskyy, Tatiana Yanguas
Towards a Coherent Theory of Panel Recommendations for Expired Measures
The CETA Opinion of the European Court of Justice and its Implications—Not that Selfish After All
China’s International Investment Strategy: Bilateral, Regional, and Global Law and Policy
Binh Duong Nguyen
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China and International Dispute Resolution in the Context of the ‘Belt and Road Initiative’ Wenhua …