xiv, 306 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Asia Pacific legal culture and globalization (Series)
Formatted Contents Note
Selective Adaptation, Institutional Capacity, and the Reception of International Law under Conditions of Globalization /Pitman B. Potter Global Competition Governance : A Step towards Constitutionalization of the WTO /Ljiljana Biukovic Methodology and Current Research Directions in Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution /Emma E. Buchtel Globalization and Local Culture in Contracts : Japanese Companies in Thailand /Yoshitaka Wada NAFTA, Labour Mobility, and Dispute Resolution within a North American Context /Kathrine Richardson The TRIPS Agreement and New Developments in Intellectual Property Law in China /Liao Zhigang Competition policy, Capacity Building, and Selective Adaptation : Tentative Lessons from Japan's Experience with Anti-Cartel Policies /Richard Schwindt and Devin McDaniels Selective Adaptation of Economic Governance Norms in China : Transparency and Autonomy in Local Context /Pitman B. Potter International Dispute Resolution in Japan : A Combination of Judicial and Other Systems /Maomi Iwase Introduction to International Trade Dispute Settlement in China /Wang Shuliang Alternative Dispute Resolution in Japanese Legal Education : Preliminary Evidence from the 2003 and 2004 Curricula /Mayumi Saegusa and Julian Dierkes A Comparative Study of Olympic Marks Protection and Beyond : the United States, Canada, and China /Wenwei Guan Reaching Normative Consensus in International Trade Law /Ljiljana Biukovic.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
KNC842 .G56 2011
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