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32 International economic and trade law, WTO lawregarding existing fragmentation. Itpresents options for a more coherentand efficient regulatory frameworkbetween the two economic centres.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2013 228 x 152 mm 300pp978-1-107-03576-8 Hardback c. £70.00Publication October 2013www.cambridge.org/9781107035768WTO Disciplineson Subsidies andCountervailingMeasuresBalancing Policy Space and PolicyConstraintsDominic CoppensKatholieke Universiteit Leuven, BelgiumA comprehensive legal and normativeanalysis of the World Trade Organization(WTO) disciplines on government’suse of subsidies, notably under boththe WTO Agreement on Subsidies andCountervailing Duties and the WTOAgreement on Agriculture. A separatecase study is devoted to the complexWTO disciplines on export creditsupport.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2013 228 x 152 mm 500pp978-1-107-01477-0 Hardback c. £75.00Publication July 2013www.cambridge.org/9781107014770InternationalOrganizations in WTODispute SettlementHow Much InstitutionalSensitivity?Marina FolteaUniversity of Bocconi, MilanThis in-depth analysis of the role ofinternational organisations in WTOdispute settlement examines the levelof institutional sensitivity of the WTOadjudicator to organisations includingthe IMF, WIPO, WCO and WHO. It willappeal to international law scholars, civilservants and law practitioners.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2012 228 x 152 mm 352pp978-1-107-02824-1 Hardback £70.00www.cambridge.org/9781107028241Public Services andInternational TradeLiberalizationHuman Rights and GenderImplicationsBarnali ChoudhuryMcGill University, MontréalDoes public service liberalization posea threat to gender and human rights?Aimed at trade, investment, humanrights and gender specialists, as well asacademics, this book seeks to answerthis question and debunks the myth thatthe focus of the inquiry should be onthe GATS.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2012 228 x 152 mm 376pp1 b/w illus. 1 table978-1-107-02656-8 Hardback £65.00www.cambridge.org/9781107026568The Relevant Marketin InternationalEconomic LawA Comparative Antitrust andGATT AnalysisChristian A. MelischekUniversität HamburgChristian A. Melischek’s analysis of‘product likeness’ under Article III of theGATT proposes a substantive economictest to render the notion of productlikeness operational and examines theinstitutional and procedural frameworksfor expert economic evidence necessaryto implement an economic approach tothe interpretation of product likeness.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2012 228 x 152 mm 416pp3 b/w illus. 1 table978-1-107-03152-4 Hardback £75.00www.cambridge.org/9781107031524The Law ofDevelopmentCooperationA Comparative Analysis ofthe World Bank, the EU andGermanyPhilipp DannMax Planck Institute for Comparative Public Lawand International Law, HeidelbergTranslated by Andrew HammelHeinrich-Heine-Universität DüsseldorfThis comparative study of the laws thatgovern development assistance on anational, European and internationallevel places the law in its political andtheoretical context, argues that goodgovernance of donors is as important asgood governance of recipients and askshow accountability, human rights andsovereignty are preserved.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw2012 228 x 152 mm 450pp978-1-107-02029-0 Hardback c. £75.00www.cambridge.org/9781107020290Domestic JudicialReview of TradeRemediesExperiences of the Most ActiveWTO MembersEdited by Müslüm YilmazWorld Trade OrganizationTrade remedies are very widely used intoday’s global trading environment andare effective in closing national marketsto foreign competitors. This bookexplores one way in which exporterscan challenge this: by using the judicialreview mechanism of the importingcountry.Cambridge International Trade and EconomicLaw, 102013 228 x 152 mm 480pp2 b/w illus. 3 tables978-1-107-02223-2 Hardback c. £75.00Publication January 2013www.cambridge.org/9781107022232ICSID ReportsVolume 16Edited by James CrawfordUniversity of Cambridgeand Joanna GomulaUniversity of Cambridge, Lauterpacht ResearchCentre for International LawThe ICSID Reports provide the onlycomprehensive published collectionof arbitral awards and decisions givenunder the auspices of the World Bank’sInternational Centre for the Settlementof Investment Disputes or pursuant toother multilateral or bilateral investmenttreaties, including in particular theNorth American Free Trade Agreement(NAFTA) and the Energy Charter Treaty(ECT). These decisions, which are fullyindexed, make an important contributionto the growing body of jurisprudenceon international investment. The ICSIDReports are an invaluable tool forpractitioners and scholars working inthe field of international commercialarbitration or advising foreign investors.Volume 16 of the ICSID Reports includesthe final award on jurisdiction andmerits in Methanex v. United Statesand the awards in F-W Oil Interests v.Trinidad and Tobago, Noble Ventures v.Romania and Berschader v. Russia.International Convention on the Settlementof Investment Disputes Reports2012 240 x 160 mm 688pp978-0-521-19261-3 Hardback £225.00www.cambridge.org/9780521192613@legal_editions

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