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Law and Development Perspective on International Trade Law

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Yong-Shik Lee, Tomer Broude, Bryan Mercurio, Maureen Irish, Faizel Ismail, Gary Horlick, Katherine Fennell, Andrew Mitchell, Joanne Wallis, Moche Hirsch, Mitsuo Matsushita, Anthony Cassimatis, Colin Picker, Caf Dowlah, Young-Ok Kim, Hye Seong Mun, Xiaojie Lu
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  • Date Published: May 2013
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  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107664890

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  • Economic development is the most important agenda in the international trading system today, as demonstrated by the Doha Development Agenda (DDA) adopted in the current multilateral trade negotiations of the World Trade Organization (the Doha Round). This book provides a relevant discussion of major international trade law issues from the perspective of development in the following areas: general issues on international trade law and economic development; and specific law and development issues in World Trade Organization, Free Trade Agreement, and regional initiatives. Although there are publications on trade and development issues, mostly discussing developing countries, few publications deal with law and development issues of international trade law comprehensively in its key areas. This book offers an unparalleled breadth of coverage on the topic and diversity of authorship, as seventeen leading scholars contribute chapters from nine major developed and developing countries, including the United States, Canada, Japan, China (including Hong Kong), South Korea, Australia, Singapore, and Israel.

    • Presents comprehensive coverage of the topic of international trade law from the law and development perspective
    • Presents a diverse group of contributors
    • Takes an interdisciplinary approach to international trade law and economic development
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    • Date Published: May 2013
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107664890
    • length: 460 pages
    • dimensions: 229 x 152 x 24 mm
    • weight: 0.61kg
    • contains: 6 tables
    • availability: Available, despatch within 1-2 weeks
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. Developing Countries and International Trade:
    1. Law and development for lease-developed countries: theoretical basis and regulatory framework for microtrade Yong-Shik Lee
    2. Development disputes in international trade Tomer Broude
    3. Intellectual property rights, trade, and economic development Bryan Mercurio
    4. Trade, border security, and development Maureen Irish
    Part II. Law and Development in the World Trade Organization:
    5. World Trade Organization and developing countries: reform proposal Yong-Shik Lee
    6. Rediscovering the role of developing countries in GATT/WTO before the Doha Round Faizel Ismail
    7. The WTO dispute settlement from the perspective of developing countries Gary Horlick and Katherine Fennell
    8. Pacific countries in the WTO: accession and accommodation, the reality of WTO accession Andrew Mitchell and Joanne Wallis
    Part III. Law and Development in Free Trade Agreements:
    9. North-South regional trade agreements: prospects, risks, and legal regulation Moche Hirsch
    10. Free trade agreements: WTO disciplines and development perspectives Mitsuo Matsushita and Yong-Shik Lee
    11. FTAs, developing countries, and human rights conditionality Anthony Cassimatis
    12. Free trade agreement and foreign direct investment: a viable answer for economic development? Yong-Shik Lee
    Part IV. Law and Development in Regional Initiatives:
    13. Islands of prosperity and poverty: a rational trade development policy for economically heterogeneous states Colin Picker
    14. The generalized system of preferences of the United States: does it promote industrialization and economic growth in least developed countries? Caf Dowlah
    15. Economic development of North Korea: call for international trade based development policy and legal reform Yong-Shik Lee, Young-Ok Kim and Hye Seong Mun
    16. Applying the 'specificity' test of the WTO subsidy rule in the context of China's foreign investment policies Xiaojie Lu
    17. Non-conclusion Gary Horlick.

  • Editors

    Yong-Shik Lee, The Law and Development Institute, Sydney
    Yong-Shik Lee is the founding Director and Professorial Fellow of the Law and Development Institute and the founding editor-in-chief of the Law and Development Review. He has developed the concept of microtrade and authored high-profile publications on international trade, including Safeguard Measures in World Trade: The Legal Analysis (2nd edition, 2005) and Reclaiming Development in the World Trading System (2006).

    Gary Horlick, Georgetown University Law Center
    Won-Mog Choi is a Professor of International Trade Law and Director of the WTO Law Center, Ewha Law School in Seoul. As a policy advisor to the Korean government and a columnist in major newspapers in Seoul, he has been playing a leading role in shaping Korea's trade policy and evaluating global Free Trade Agreement phenomenon. His recent publications include Defragmenting Fragmented Rules of Origin: A Building Block to Global Free Trade.

    Won-Mog Choi, Ewha Womans University School of Law, Seoul
    Tomer Broude is Senior Lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations and the Academic Director of the Minerva Center for Human Rights in Jerusalem. His most recent publications include The Politics of International Economic Law (ed. with Marc L. Busch and Amy Porges).

    Tomer Broude, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
    Gary Horlick is a highly ranked international trade lawyer by Chambers, Euromoney/Institutional Investor, and Who's Who Legal. He has represented leading U.S. and global companies and more than twenty countries in international trade negotiations and disputes, and he has chaired WTO and Mercosur dispute panels.

    Contributors

    Yong-Shik Lee, Tomer Broude, Bryan Mercurio, Maureen Irish, Faizel Ismail, Gary Horlick, Katherine Fennell, Andrew Mitchell, Joanne Wallis, Moche Hirsch, Mitsuo Matsushita, Anthony Cassimatis, Colin Picker, Caf Dowlah, Young-Ok Kim, Hye Seong Mun, Xiaojie Lu

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