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Bungenberg, Marc

European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2016

Bungenberg, Marc - European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2016, ebook

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Table of contents

Part I. Topics: Critical Perspectives on International Economic Law

1. Critical Theory and Practice in International Economic Law and the New Global Governance
Sol Picciotto

2. Global Constitutionalism and International Economic Law: The Case of International Investment Law
David Schneiderman

3. From Fragmentation to Constitutionalisation of International Economic Law? Comments on Schneiderman’s ‘Constitutionalism’
Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann

4. Trade in Agricultural Products: Should Developing Countries Give Up on the WTO Promise for a Fair and Market-Oriented Agricultural Trading System? A Historical and Theoretical Analysis
Melaku Geboye Desta

5. Agricultural Trade: How Bad Is the WTO for Development?
Christian Häberli

6. From GATS to TiSA: Pushing the Trade in Services Regime Beyond the Limits
Jane Kelsey

7. Trade in Services and Regulatory Flexibility: 20 Years of GATS, 20 Years of Critique
Panagiotis Delimatsis

8. The Current System of Trade and Intellectual Property Rights
Carlos M. Correa

9. The Current System of Intellectual Property Rights Aims to Promote Trade and Not Innovation
Nuno Pires Carvalho

10. International Investment Law as Development Law: The Obsolescence of a Fraudulent System
Muthucumaraswamy Sornarajah

11. Be Careful with What You Wish: Saving Developing Countries from Development and the Risk of Overlooking the Importance of a Multilateral Rule-Based System on Investment in the Twenty-First Century
Roberto Echandi

12. Investor-State Dispute Settlement: Conflict, Convergence, and Future Directions
Kate Miles

13. In Defense of International Investment Law
Stephan W. Schill

14. Shifting Sands: Interrogating the Problematic Relationship Between International Public Finance and International Financial Regulation
Celine Tan

15. Problematic Relationships: Why International Economic Law Is Sometimes More Complicated Than It Appears
Christian Tietje

16. Regulating Multinational Enterprises
Peter Muchlinski

17. Horizontal Effect of Human Rights in the Era of Transnational Constellations: On the Accountability of Private Actors for Human Rights Violations
Ibrahim Kanalan

18. Human Rights and International Economic Law
Sarah Joseph

19. International Economic Law and Human Rights: Friends, Enemies or Frenemies?
Lorand Bartels

Part II. Regional Developments: Focus on Megaregionals and Plurilaterals

20. The United States’ Path to Concluding the Trans-Pacific Partnership: Will TPA + TAA = TPP?
Meredith Kolsky Lewis

21. TPP, Regulatory Coherence and China’s Free Trade Strategy from A to Z
Henry Gao

22. The Flow-On Effect: How the TPP Will Re-Shape Trade Relations in East Asia
Bryan Mercurio

23. Investment Protection in TTIP: Three Feasible Proposals
Jan Kleinheisterkamp, Lauge N. Skovgaard Poulsen

24. Six Degrees of Integration: How Closely Will the TTIP Integrate the Transatlantic Market?
Simon Lester

25. TTIP and Swiss Democracy
Charlotte Sieber-Gasser

26. Locating African Countries within Mega-Regionals
Azwimpheleli Langalanga, Peter Draper

27. The Tripartite Free Trade Area: A Step Closer to the African Economic Community?
Vincent Angwenyi

28. Developing and Least-Developed Countries and Mega-Regional Trade and Investment Agreements
Emmanuel Opoku Awuku

29. The Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA): Assessing the State of Play and Potential Pitfalls
Billy A. Melo Araujo

Part III. International Economic Institutions

30. Overview of WTO Jurisprudence in 2014
Jan Bohanes, Alejandro Sánchez, Alexandra Telychko

31. Recent Developments in International Investment Law
Catharine Titi

32. Recent Developments in IMF Policies and Activities
Ludwig Gramlich

33. The Road Towards Reform of the International Investment Agreement Regime: A Perspective from UNCTAD
Elisabeth Tuerk, Diana Rosert

34. Recent Developments in the World Customs Organization
Carsten Weerth

Part IV. Book Reviews

35. Valentina Vadi, Bruno de Witte (Eds.), Culture and International Economic Law
Walther Michl

36. Thomas Cottier, Rosa M. Lastra, Christian Tietje, Lucía Satragno (Eds.), The Rule of Law in Monetary Affairs: World Trade Forum
Alexander Thiele

37. Karl Sauvant and Federico Ortino, Improving the International Investment Law and Policy Regime: Options for the Future
Julien Chaisse

38. Diane Desierto, Public Policy in International Economic Law: The ICESCR in Trade, Finance, and Investment
Kholofelo Kugler

39. Juliane Ahner, Investor-Staat-Schiedsverfahren Nach Europäischem Unionsrecht: Zulässigkeit und Ausgestaltung in Investitionsabkommen der Europäischen Union
Till Patrik Holterhus

40. Aikaterini Titi, The Right to Regulate in International Investment Law
Shotaro Hamamoto

Keywords: Law, International Economic Law, Trade Law, International Economics

Editor
 
 
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2016
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
European Yearbook of International Economic Law
Page amount
32 pages
Categories
Upbringing, Education
 
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783319292151
Printed ISBN
978-3-319-29214-4

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