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Fri frakt inom Sverige för privatpersoner.This fully updated new edition provides insight into the legal framework of international economic relations. Comprising the law of the World Trade Organization, investment law, and international monetary law, this book highlights the context of human rights, good governance, environmental protection, and development.
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P. Sean Morris, Netherlands International Law Review Review from previous edition Although the book is an excellent addition to the literature on economic law and is well suited for all students at both the graduate and undergraduate level ... the book would also fit neatly into the cabinet of law makers, policy advisers and other actors in international economic relations. ... It would be a colossal loss if lecturers in international economic law do not make this book compulsory required reading.
Peter Hilpold, University of Innsbruck, Journal of International Economic Law Herdegen delivers a plethora of arguments sustaining the view that a solid framework protecting core values in the field of IEL is already in force but can be built upon for further improvements in the international ecomonic order. The subject of 'good governance' is broadly treated in this book (p. 158ss.). The norms and institutions of IEL are examined as to their capacity to promote human rights and the rule of law.
Professor Herdegen has since 1995 held the chair for Public, European and International Law, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms Universitat Bonn, he is also Director of the Institute for Public International Law and Institute for Public Law.
PART I CONTENTS, HISTORY, AND STRUCTURE OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW ; PART II INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW AS AN ORDER OF RULES AND PRINCIPLES ; PART III WORLD TRADE LAW AND REGIONAL TRADE AGREEMENTS ; PART IV INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS LAW ; PART V THE INTERNATIONAL LAW OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT ; PART VI INTERNATIONAL MONETARY LAW AND THE INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL ARCHITECTURE