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The EU, the WTO and the NAFTA: Towards a Common Law of International Trade

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Overview

This volume, built on a recent series of courses at the Academy of European Law in Florence, addresses the overlapping regulatory trade regimes of the WTO, EU, and NAFTA. The various contributions deal with discrete areas of the international trading system. The coexistence of regimes, often governing simultaneously complex transnational transactions, is the focus of the volume.

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Table of Contents

Introduction: Cain and Abel - Convergence and Divergence in International Trade Law, J.H.H. Weiler
1. EC External Commercial Policy after Amsterdam: Authority and Interpretation within Interconnected Legal Orders, Marise Cremona
2. Adjudicative Legitimacy and Treaty Interpretation in International Trade Law: The Early Years of WTO Jurisprudence, Robert Howse
3. The European Court of Justice and the WTO: Problems and Challenges, Jacques H. J. Bourgeois
4. On Kith and Kine (and Crustaceans): Trade and Environment in the EU and WTO, Joanne Scott
5. The North American Integration Regime and its Implications for the World Trading System, Frederick M. Abbott
Epilogue: Towards a Common Law, J.H.H. Weiler

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