New Issue: Journal of International Economic Law

The latest issue of the Journal of International Economic Law (Vol. 14, no. 3, September 2011) is out. Contents include: Tania Voon & Andrew Mitchell, Time to Quit? Assessing International Investment Claims against Plain Tobacco Packaging in Australia Gillian Moon, Fair in Form, But Discriminatory in Operation-WTO Law's Discriminatory Effects on Human Rights in Developing Countries Thomas J. Schoenbaum, Fashioning a New Regime for Agricultural Trade: New Issues and the Global Food Crisis Jong Bum Kim & Joongi Kim, The Role of Rules of Origin to Provide Discipline to the Gatt Article XXIV Exception Michael Ming Du, The Rise of National Regulatory Autonomy in the GATT/WTO Regime Nicolas Hachez & Jan Wouters, A Glimpse at the Democratic Legitimacy of Private Standards: Assessing the Public Accountability of GlobalG.A.P.

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