This book contains a selection of essays and articles by John H. Jackson previously published over four decades and now collected together into one volume. Each article has been selected for its continued timeliness and relevance to contemporary issues in international trade. Particular attention has been given to making available articles that have previously been less accessible. For the most part articles are republished in their original form but, where appropriate, the author has clearly marked some omissions and added updating material. An indispensable addition to every international trade library.
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 1.14(d)|
Table of Contents
Preface; Acknowledgements; List of abbreviations; Part I. A View of the Landscape: 1. Global economics and international economic law; Part II: The GATT and its troubled origins: 2. The puzzle of GATT: legal aspects of a surprising institution; 3. The birth of the GATT-MTN system: a constitutional appraisal; 4. GATT machinery and the Tokyo Round agreements; Part III. Trade Policy Fundamentals: 5. Equality and discrimination in international economic law: the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade; 6. Consistency of export-restraint arrangements with the GATT; 7. Perspectives on countervailing duties; 8. Regional trade blocs and the GATT; Part IV. Dispute Settlement Procedures: 9. The jurisprudence of international trade: the DISC case in GATT; 10. The legal meaning of a GATT dispute settlement report: some reflections; 11. WTO dispute procedures, standard of review, and deference to national governments; 12. The WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding: misunderstandings on the nature of legal obligation; 13. Dispute settlement and the WTO: emerging problems; Part V. GATT, International Treaties, and National Laws and Constitutions: 14. The General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade in United States domestic law; 15. United States-EEC trade relations: constitutional problems of economic interdependence; 16. Perspectives on the jurisprudence of international trade: costs and benefits of legal procedures in the United States; 17. The effect of treaties in domestic law in the United States; 18. Status of treaties in domestic legal systems: a policy analysis; 19. The Great 1994 Sovereignty Debate: United States acceptance and implementation of the Uruguay Round results; Part VI. The Uruguay Round and Beyond: Perspectives and Conclusions: 20. The World Trade Organisation: watershed innovation or cautious small step forward?; 21. World trade rules and environmental policies: congruence or conflict?; 22. Global economics and international economic law; Select bibliography of the author's works; Index of persons and authors; Index of subjects.