Originally presented as the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--European Union Institute. Series numbering inferred from series list on book jacket.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-290).
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction The impact of international trade on "non-trade" and "non-economic" values and the case of GATT/S trade in culture and education Connecting international human rights law to WTO law : towards an assessment framework Applying the human rights/WTO law assessment framework to GATT/S trade in culture and education Exploring existing WTO law provisions for addressing human rights concerns : the case of trade in culture and education Overcoming further obstacles to integrating human rights in WTO law and WTO dispute settlement General conclusion : the need for reframing "human rights and trade."