Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 411-482) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction /Julio Faundez and Celine Tan International economic law and development : before and after neo-liberalism /Julio Faundez Multilateral disciplines and the question of policy space /Yilmaz Akyüz Assessing international financial reform /Daniel Bradlow Crisis and opportunity : emerging economies and the Financial Stability Board /Enrique R. Carrasco The new disciplinary framework : conditionality, new aid architecture and global economic governance /Celine Tan Taxing constraints on developing countries and the global economic recession /David Salter The World Trade Organization and the turbulent legacy of international economic law-making in the long twentieth century /Fiona Macmillan Holistic approaches to development and international investment law : the role of international investment agreements /Peter Muchlinski Human rights and transnational corporations : establishing meaningful international obligations /James Harrison Core labour standards conditionalities : a means by which to achieve sustainable development? /Tonia Novitz Developing countries and international competition law and policy /Kathryn McMahon Does the globalization of anti-corruption law help developing countries? /Kevin E. Davis Intellectual property, development concerns and developing countries /Pedro Roffe Biotechnology and the international regulation of food and fuel security in developing countries /Mary E. Footer Environment and development - the mission link /Philippe Cullet The UN Climate Change Convention and developing countries : towards effective implementation /Vicente Paolo B. Yu III.
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