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International Trade Treatises
A to Z of International Trade
More then just a dictionary of international law trade terms, there are nine focus sections (e.g. liner vessel shipping and vessel chartering) and key words with their French, German, Spanish and Italian translations, as well as an extensive bibliography useful for further research.
Contemporary Issues in International Economic Law
Kenneth K. Mwenda, Victor Mosoti
This work examines international economic law through many topics from human rights to natural resources throughout the world, with a focus on Africa, as well as other developing nations.
International Trade and Economic Relations in a Nutshell
Ralph H. Folsom and Michael Wallace Gordon and John A. Spanogle
This study aid is from the popular nutshell series and offers a concise overview of international trade law history including major topics (e.g. WTO/GATT/IMF) and relevant policies.
The Law of International Trade
Bernardette Griffin and D.M. Day
This guide to U.K. trade law, with commentary on seminal cases, and international trade law also contains changes in E.U. trade law.
Parallel State and Arbitral Procedures in International Arbitration
Bernardo M. Cremades and Julian D.M. Lew
This dossier on International Trade Law examines the unique challenges presented in parallel state and international arbitration on applying classic legal issues such as consolidation of procedures, res judicata, etc.
Promoting Competition in Global Markets: A Multi-National Approach
P.J. Lloyd, Kerrin M. Vautier
This work discusses bilateral, regional, plurilateral and multilateral approaches (e.g. WTO, EU, OECD, UNCTAD, NAFTA, etc.) to competition law.
WTO Analytical Index : Guide to WTO Law and Practice
This publication has commentary and references to WTO panels, the Appellate Body, arbitration reports, decisions of WTO bodies, and on the interpretation and application of individual articles of major WTO agreements (e.g. Marrakesh Agreement, GATT, etc.) in two volumes.