Bungenberg, Marc

European Yearbook of International Economic Law 2017

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Table of contents

Part I. Special Focus External Economic Relations of the European Union

1. Distinguished Essay: A Quiet Revolution—The Changing Nature of the EU’s Common Commercial Policy
Marise Cremona

2. Front-Loading Trade Policy-Making in the European Union: Towards a Trade Act
Thomas Cottier

3. International Trade Agreements and Democratic Participation
Mattias Wendel

4. Sincere Cooperation in the Common Commercial Policy: Lisbon, a “Joined-Up” Union, and “Brexit”
Joris Larik

5. Article 21 TEU and the EU’s Common Commercial Policy: A Test of Coherence
Alessandra Asteriti

6. The Perception of the EU Legal Order in International Law: An In- and Outside View
Christina Binder, Jane A. Hofbauer

7. The EU’s Trade Defence Instruments: Recent Judicial and Policy Developments
Wolfgang Müller

8. Democratic Legitimacy and the Rule of Law in Investor-State Dispute Settlement under CETA
Christoph Ohler

9. The EU and Investor-State Dispute Settlement: WTO Litigators Going “Investor-State Arbitration” and Back to a Permanent “Investment Court”
August Reinisch

10. Competition Law in EU Free Trade and Cooperation Agreements (and What the UK Can Expect After Brexit)
Florian Wagner-von Papp

11. The European Union’s Policy on Public Procurement in Preferential Trade Agreements
Stephen Woolcock

12. Good Raw Materials Governance: Towards a European Approach Contributing to a Constitutionalised International Economic Law
Karsten Nowrot

Part II. Regions: Ongoing Bi- and Multilateral Negotiations of the European Union

13. Bilateral Developments in EU Trade Policy Seven Years After Lisbon: A Look into the Spaghetti-Bowl à la Bruxelloise (2010–2016)
Frank Hoffmeister

14. Negotiating CETA with the European Union and Some Thoughts on the Impact of Mega-Regional Trade Agreements on Agreements Inter Partes and Agreements with Third Parties
Armand Mestral

15. Characteristics of EU Free Trade Agreements in a Legal Context: A Japanese Perspective
Yumiko Nakanishi

16. The China-EU BIT as a Stepping Stone Towards a China-EU FTA: A Policy Analysis
Manjiao Chi

17. The Proposed European and Australian Free Trade Agreement: And the Importance for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises
Leon Trakman, Robert Walters, Bruno Zeller

18. EU-Taiwan: New Partners in International Trade Negotiations
Roy Chun Lee

Part III. The European Union in International Organizations/Institutions

19. The European Union in United Nations Economic Governance Fora
Anna-Luise Chané, Jan Wouters

20. On the Duty of Cooperation, Consistency and Influence in the External Relations of the Euro-Zone: Representation of EU and EU Member States in the International Monetary Fund
Päivi Leino

21. Overview of WTO Jurisprudence in 2015 Involving the EU as a Main Party and Selected Cases with Third-Party Participation by the EU
Jan Bohanes, Kholofelo Kugler

Part IV. Book Reviews

22. Marise Cremona and Hans-W. Micklitz (eds.), Private Law in the External Relations of the EU
Peter Rott

23. Hedwig Kavasch, Unterschiedliche Zollpräferenzen für unterschiedliche Entwicklungsländer
Charlotte Sieber-Gasser

24. Billy A. Melo Araujo, The EU Deep Trade Agenda: Law and Policy
Wolfgang Weiß

25. Jan Ulrich Heinemann, Die Entwicklung der Außenkompetenzen der Europäischen Union im Vergleich der Rechtslagen vor und nach dem Reformvertrag von Lissabon: Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der impliziten Außenkompetenzen
Anja Trautmann

Keywords: Law, International Economic Law, Trade Law, European Law, Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Arbitration, Sources and Subjects of International Law, International Organizations

Publication year
European Yearbook of International Economic Law
Page amount
21 pages
Upbringing, Education
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