World Scientific studies in international economics ; v. 37.
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Part I. A theory of the WTO Triangulating the world trade organization Part II. The WTO as an economic constitution A post-Montesquieu analysis of the WTO Judicial independence in the World Trade Organization WTO cosmopolitics Part III. Assessing the WTO's enforcement mechanism The WTO's problematic "last resort" against non-compliance Recent developments and scholarship on WTO enforcement remedies Part IV. The WTO and discrimination Belgian family allowances and the challenge of origin-based discrimination Mapping the law of WTO accession Part V. The WTO and individual rights The globalization of economic human rights Transparency and participation in the world trade organization Part VI. The WTO and sustainability A new WTO paradigm for trade and the environment The law of environmental "PPMs" in the WTO : debunking the myth of illegality Climate and trade : potential conflicts and synergies Part VII. The WTO and labor markets The (neglected) employment dimension of the World Trade Organization Trade law norms on international migration Part VIII. The future of global economic governance WTO dispute settlement as a model for international governance Addressing government failure through international financial law The World Trade Organization in 2020.
A collection of the author's essays.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.