The WTO in the Twenty-first Century: Dispute Settlement, Negotiations, and Regionalism in Asia

The WTO in the Twenty-first Century: Dispute Settlement, Negotiations, and Regionalism in Asia

by Yasuhei Taniguchi
     
 

Leading scholars and international trade practitioners examine the significant issues facing the WTO.See more details below

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Leading scholars and international trade practitioners examine the significant issues facing the WTO.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521875691
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
03/28/2008
Series:
WTO Internal Only Series
Edition description:
First Edition
Pages:
568
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.38(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction; Part I. The WTO at Ten: 1. The WTO's tenth anniversary Yasuhei Taniguchi; 2. The WTO at ten: its multilateral and regional involvements Supachai Panitchpakdi; Part II. Accomplishments and Future Prospects of the WTO Dispute Settlement System: 3. The WTO dispute settlement system after ten years: the first decade's promises and challenges John H. Jackson; 4. WTO dispute settlement practice 1995-2005: Lessons from the past Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann; 5. Evaluating WTO dispute settlement: what results have been achieved through consultations and implementation of panel reports? William J. Davey; 6. The responsibilities of a WTO Member found to have violated WTO law Frieder Roessler; 7. 'Public-private partnerships' in WTO dispute settlement: the US and EU experience Gregory Shaffer; 8. Accomplishments of the WTO dispute settlement system Valerie Hughes; 9. Arbitration as an alternative to litigation in the WTO: observations in the light of the 2005 banana-tariff arbitrations Jan Bohanes and Hunter Nottage; 10. The evolving WTO dispute settlement system Alan Yanovich; Part III. Asian Perspectives on WTO Dispute Settlement: 11. East Asia in the WTO dispute settlement mechanism Chulsu Kim; 12. Japan's perspectives on the present Dispute Settlement Understanding negotiations Manabu Miyagawa; 13. A review of some appellate decisions: law, policy, and economics in dispute settlement Mitsuo Matsushita; 14. Is the WTO dispute settlement mechanism important to business? Soichiro Sakuma; 15. Japan's approach to the 'use' of the WTO: how can we achieve an effective link between business and the WTO? Shigehiro Tanaka; Part IV. The Doha Development Agenda and Beyond: 16. The central place of market access for the WTO's development round Andrew L. Stoler; 17. Agricultural issues in the Doha Development Agenda negotiations Masayoshi Honma; 18. Beyond Doha: reflections on the future of trade remedies James P. Durling; 19. Reflections on the relationship between WTO negotiations and dispute settlement: lessons from the GATS Henry S. Gao; 20. Trade in services and sustainable development in the context of the WTO: the case of higher education Chotiras Chavanich; 21. The WTO and sustainable development Mark Halle; Part V. Asian Regional Integration and the Multilateral Trading System: 22. The adoption of the 'Best Practices' for regional and free trade agreements in APEC: a road towards more WTO-consistent regional trade agreements Gabrielle Marceau; 23. Trade remedy systems for East-Asian free trade agreements Dukgeun Ahn; 24. Free trade agreements in Asia and some common legal problems Chin Leng Lim; 25. Dispute settlement under free trade agreements: its interaction and relations with WTO dispute settlement procedures Chang-fa Lo; 26. Regionalism under the WTO and the prospect of an East-Asian free trade area Zhang Yuqing.

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