"This title was first published in 2002. Debates about the desirability, feasibility and appropriate form of international economic regulation are now a heavily contested domain. This selection of recently published essays reflects the diversity of perspectives that are shaping the scope and direction of the debates, from legal formalism and law and economics, to Third World legal theories and other critical perspectives."--Provided by publisher.
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chapter 1 Andrew Hurrell and Ngaire Woods (1995), 'Globalisation and Inequality', Millennium: Journal o f International Studies, 24, pp. 447-70 chapter 2 Jagdish Bhagwati (1997), 'The Global Age: From a Sceptical South to a Fearful North', World Economy, 20, pp. 259-83 chapter 3 John Jackson (1996), 'Reflections on Constitutional Changes to the Global Trading System', Chicago-Kent Law Review, 72, pp. 511-20 chapter 4 Sol Picciotto (1997), 'Fragmented States and International Rules of Law', Social & Legal Studies, 6, pp. 259-79 chapter 5 Sol Picciotto and Jason Haines (1999), 'Regulating Global Financial Markets', Journal o f Law and Society, 26, pp. 351-68 chapter 6 George Soros (1998-99), 'Capitalism's Last Chance?', Foreign Policy, 113, pp. 55-66 chapter 7 Jacques J. Polak (1998), 'The Articles of Agreement of the IMF and the Liberalization of Capital Movements', Essays in International Finance, 207, pp. 47-54 chapter 8 Kenneth J. Vandevelde (1998), 'The Political Economy of a Bilateral Investment Treaty', American Journal o f International Law, 92, pp. 621-41 chapter 9 David Schneiderman (2000), 'The Constitutional Strictures of the Multilateral Agreement on Investment', The Good Society, 9, pp. 90-96 chapter 10 Joseph E. Stiglitz (1999), 'The World Bank at the Millennium', The Economic Journal, 109, pp. F577-F597 chapter 11 Lawrence Tshuma (1999), 'The Political Economy of the World Bank's Legal Framework for Economic Development', Social & Legal Studies, 8, pp. 75-96 chapter 12 John W. Head (1996), 'Evolution of the Governing Law for Loan Agreements of the World Bank and other Multilateral Development Banks', The American Journal o f International Law, 90, pp. 214-34 chapter 13 John H. Jackson (1997), 'The Great 1994 Sovereignty Debate: United States Acceptance and Implementation of the Uruguay Round Results', Columbia Journal o f Transnational Law, 36, pp. 157-88 chapter 14 Martin Khor (2000), 'Rethinking Liberalization and Reforming the WTO', Third World Economics, 227, pp. 11-15, 10 chapter 15 Pierre Sauvé (1995), 'Assessing the General Agreement on Trade in Services: Half-Full or Half-Empty?', Journal o f World Trade, 29, pp. 125-45 chapter 16 Neela Mukherjee (1999), 'GATS and the Millennium Round of Multilateral Negotiations', Journal o f World Trade, 33, pp. 87-102 chapter 17 David Price, Allyson M. Pollock, Jean Shaoul (1999), 'How the World Trade Organisation is Shaping Domestic Policies in Health Care', The Lancet, 354, pp. 1889-92 chapter 18 Frederick M. Abbott (1996), 'The WTO Trips Agreement and Global Economic / Development', Chicago-Kent Law Review, 72, pp. 385-405 chapter 2 , pp. 227-52 chapter 20 Ignacio De León (1997), 'The Dilemma of Regulating International Competition under the WTO System', European Competition Law Review, 3, pp. 162-77 chapter 21 Gerard Greenfield (2000), 'Putting Worker and Trade Union Rights in the WTO?', Issue 3, Quanqiuhua Jiancai (Globalisation Monitor), 3, pp. 1-3 chapter 22 Robert Howse and Michael J. Trebilcock (1996), 'The Fair Trade-Free Trade Debate: Trade, Labor, and the Environment', International Review o f Law and Economics, 16, pp. 61-79 chapter 23 Joel P. Trachtman (1999), 'The Domain of WTO Dispute Resolution', Harvard International Law Journal, 40, pp. 333-77 chapter 24 Gabrielle Marceau and Peter N. Pedersen (1999), 'Is the WTO Open and Transparent?', Journal o f World Trade, 33, pp. 5-49 chapter 25 Richard Falk (1998), 'Global Civil Society: Perspectives, Initiatives, Movements', / Oxford Development Studies, 26, pp. 99-110 chapter 26 Jane Kelsey (1999), 'Global Economic Policy-Making: A New Constitutionalism?', Otago Law Review, 9, pp. 535-55.