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The Development of World Trade Organization Law
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Development of World Trade Organization Law
The World Trade Organization is a central player in international trade regulation. The rights and duties that form WTO law are not created in a vacuum, however, and there exists a complex network of domestic, regional and international influences...
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Fiona Smith, Journal of World Investment & Trade Messengers book is a rich intellectual feast of thought-provoking ideas about the way international law in general and WTO law in particular develops. It challenges the reader from the scholarship it draws upon to the new ways it suggests that state and non-state actors influence and are influenced by WTO law. This book is an important contribution to the growing canon of interdisciplinary scholarship in WTO law and an excellent springboard for further research.
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Gregory Messenger is Lecturer in Law at the University of Liverpool. He was previously Junior Research Fellow in Law at the Queen's College, Oxford where he also completed his BCL and DPhil degrees. He has published on trade law and legal theory and has taught public international law, world trade law, and international investment law at the Universities of Oxford and Durham as well as introductory courses in English law at the University of Granada. Greg's research examines conceptual issues arising from the development and application of international economic law.
1. Introduction ; 2. International Law in a Globalized World ; 3. The WTO as a Site of Globalized Legal Development ; 4. Safeguard Measures - Legal Change and Expected Developments ; 5. SPS Measures and Inter-Institutional Contestations ; 6. Subsidies Regulation and the Public-Private Relationship ; 7. Conclusion