Routledge Library Editions: International Trade Policy ; 17.
"This Chatham House Paper, first published in 1982, examines the problem of extraterritoriality. A wide range of economic activity is subject to the laws of more than one state, yet there is little provision for resolving situations where states impose contradictory requirements. This paper is particularly concerned with four areas of difficulty: extraterritorial anti-trust enforcement; overlapping regulatory claims; economic regulation for political aims; and different approaches to adjudication."--Provided by publisher.
First published 1982.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter 1 Overview chapter 2 The effects doctrine and antitrust law chapter 3 Overlapping claims to regulate multi-state transactions chapter 4 Economic regulation for political aims chapter 5 Adjudication in the courts of one nation chapter 6 Conclusions.