View information on Coronavirus (COVID-19).
 

INRL 6005

INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC LAW

Dr. Keron Niles

Required/Essential (Online and print)

Bethlehem D, Van Damme I, Neufeld R and Mcrae D (eds) 2009. The
Oxford Handbook on International Trade Law. Oxford: Oxford University
Press
Chuah, Jason. Law of International Trade. 2005. London: Sweet and
Maxwell.
Guzman A. and Alan O. Sykes. 2007 Research Handbook in
International Economic Law. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Lowenfeld, Andreas F. 2008. International Economic Law Oxford: Oxford
University Press.
Van den Bossche, Peter. 2005. The Law and Policy of the World Trade
Organisation, text, cases and materials. Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press.
International Economic Law: INRL 6005
January 2020 5
Recommended (Online and print)
Bagwell, K & Robert Staiger, The American Economic Review, What Do Trade Negotiators
Negotiate About? Empirical Evidence from the World Trade Organization, 2011, vol:101,
issue:4, pg:1238 -1273
Baldwin, R., The World Trade Organization and the Future of Multilateralism, Journal of
Economic Perspectives—Volume 30, Number 1—Winter 2016—Pages 95–116
Bourdouille, N., “Globalisation and the WTO: Reconciling ‘Development’ in Global
Trade Talks”, Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies 30, no. 1 (2005) p. 108.
Carr, I, Stone P. and Carmichael, T, International Trade Law; 2013, London: Routledge
Charnovitz, S. “Triangulating the World Trade Organization,” American Journal of
International Law. 96, no. 1, (2002): 28.
Dam, K. The GATT: Law and International Economic Organisation. University of
Chicago Press,1970, 1-30.
Harris, D. Cases and Materials on International Law, Sweet & Maxwell, 1991.
Hart, M. et al., “Special and Differential Treatment and the Doha ‘Development’
Round,” Journal of World Trade 37, no. 2 (2003) p. 395.
Hoekman, B., et al. The Political Economy of the World Trading System., Oxford
University Press, 1995, 9-40.
Jackson, J., The World Trading System: Law and Policy of International Economic
Relations. The MIT Press, 1995, pp. 31-73.
Johns, L., Fear of Crowds in World Trade Organization Disputes: Why Don’t More Countries
Participate? The Journal of Politics, 2016 vol:78, issue:1, pg:88 -104.
Jones, K., "Green room politics and the WTO's crisis of representation."
Progress in Development Studies 9, no. 4 (October 2009): 349-357. Academic Search Complete,
EBSCOhost.
Kadir, Muhammad Ya'kub Aiyub. 2008. "Towards a new paradigm of the right to
self-determination in the world trading system." US-China Law Review 5, no. 6: 43-
63. Academic Search Complete, EBSCOhost
International Economic Law: INRL 6005
January 2020 6
Lewis, P., “Unequal Negotiations: Small States in the new Global Economy”,
Journal of Eastern Caribbean Studies, 30 no. 3 (2005); 54.
Perez-Aznar, F. 2005. “Countermeasures in The WTO Dispute Settlement System. An Analysis
of their Characteristics and Procedure in the Light of General International Law”. Graduate
Institute of International Studies, Geneva. Studies and Working Papers.
Shanker D., “The Vienna Convention on the Law of the Treaties, the Dispute Settlement System
of the WTO and the Doha Declaration on the TRIPs”, Journal of World Trade, 36, no. 4 (2002)
p. 721.
The Economist., “America is trying to change the way trade rows are settled” Sep 27th 2018 |
Washington, D.C.
Other: (Useful Websites/Special Equipment/Tools)
1. World Trade Organisation: http://www.wto.org/
2. Journal of International Economic Law: http://jiel.oxfordjournals.org/
3. American Society of International Law: http://www.asil.org/iel1.cfm (a list of
most of the relevant electronic resources available on international economic
law)
4. Caribbean Community and Common Market: http://www.caricom.org/

Top of Page