International Economic Law: The State and Future of the Discipline

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This volume reproduces the papers given at a successful conference organized by the International Economic Law Group of the American Society of International Law held in Fall 2006 at the Mount Washington Resort Hotel, Bretton Woods. The conference focused on the research and teaching of international economic law. The papers, reflecting a diverse range of approaches and topics, will be of great value to anyone involved in teaching or writing about international economic law. ...
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Overview

This volume reproduces the papers given at a successful conference organized by the International Economic Law Group of the American Society of International Law held in Fall 2006 at the Mount Washington Resort Hotel, Bretton Woods. The conference focused on the research and teaching of international economic law. The papers, reflecting a diverse range of approaches and topics, will be of great value to anyone involved in teaching or writing about international economic law.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781841137551
  • Publisher: Hart Publishing (UK)
  • Publication date: 3/1/2008
  • Pages: 337
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Table of Contents

List of Journal Abbreviations

1 The State and Future of International Economic Law Isabella D. Bunn Bunn, Isabella D. Colin B. Picker Picker, Colin B. 1

I The State & Future of International Economic Law Research 13

2 At the End of the Yellow Brick Road: International Economic Law Research in Times of Uncertainty Tomer Broude Broude, Tomer 15

3 A New Legal Realism: Method in International Economic Law Scholarship Gregory Shaffer Shaffer, Gregory 29

4 International Economic Law Research: A Taxonomy Joel P. Trachtman Trachtman, Joel P. 43

5 Opportunism and the WTO: Corporations, Academics and 'Member States' Sara Dillon Dillon, Sara 53

6 Some Sociological Perspectives on International Institutions and the Trading System Andrew T. F. Lang Lang, Andrew T. F. 73

7 Law of the Global Economy: In Need of a New Methodological Approach? Federico Ortino Ortino, Federico Matteo Ortino Ortino, Matteo 89

8 Of Foxes and Hedgehogs: Some Thoughts about the Relationship Between WTO Law and General International Law Emmanuel Voyiakis Voyiakis, Emmanuel 107

9 Different Scholarships, the Same World: Interdisciplinary Research on IEL Chen-Yu Wang Wang, Chen-Yu 121

II The State & Future of International Economic Law Teaching 133

10 International Economic Law in US Law Schools: Evaluating Its Pedagogy and Identifying Future Challenges Karen E. Bravo Bravo, Karen E. 135

11 Venutian Scholarship in a Martian Landscape: Celebrating and Reflecting on Women in International Economic Law Teaching and Scholarship Tracey Epps Epps, Tracey Rose Ann MacGillivray MacGillivray, Rose Ann 157

12 An Essay on Teaching International Economic Law from a CorporatePerspective Franklin A. Gevurtz Gevurtz, Franklin A. 171

13 New Agendas for International Economic Law Teaching in India: Including an Agenda in Support of Reform Seema Sapra Sapra, Seema 185

14 Shifting Paradigms of Parochialism: Lessons for Legal Education Elizabeth Trujillo Trujillo, Elizabeth 207

15 Corporate Social Responsibility of Multinational Enterprises and the International Business Law Curriculum Constance Z. Wagner Wagner, Constance Z. 219

III The State & Future of International Economic Law Practice in the Bretton Woods Era 235

16 The Future of International Economic Law Practice Amelia Porges Porges, Amelia 237

17 The Developing Discipline of International Financial Law Douglas W. Arner Arner, Douglas W. 245

18 Investment Treaty Arbitral Decisions as Jurisprudence Constante Andrea K. Bjorklund Bjorklund, Andrea K. 265

19 The Role of Law and Lawyers in Vietnam's WTO Accession David A. Gantz Gantz, David A. 281

20 Exercising Quasi-Judicial Review Through a World Bank Appellate Body Rumu Sarkar Sarkar, Rumu 297

21 Jurisdiction to Prescribe and the IMF Andreas F. Lowenfeld Lowenfeld, Andreas F. 313

Index 331

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