International Economic Law CRITICAL CONCEPTS IN LAW Edited and with a new introduction by Asif H. Qureshi and Xuan Gao, both at University of Manchester, UK The legal foundations of the international economy—which underpin both the actions of sovereign states, as well as the conduct of individuals and business entities engaged in cross-border transactions—are now more than ever a crucial site for scholarly exploration. Indeed, with the growing impact of globalization, research in and around the subject flourishes as never before. This new four-volume collection from Routledge meets the need for an authoritative reference work to map a rapidly growing and ever more complex corpus of literature. Edited by leading scholars, International Economic Law gathers foundational and canonical work, together with more contemporary and cutting-edge scholarship. The collection boldly identifies and elucidates International Economic Law’s critical concepts to make sense of the subdiscipline’s evolution and to garner insights into its likely development. With a full index, together with a comprehensive introduction, newly written by the editors, which places the collected material in its historical and intellectual context, International Economic Law is an essential work of reference. For the novice or advanced student, the collection will be particularly useful as an essential database allowing scattered and often fugitive material to be easily located. And, for the more advanced scholar, as well as practitioners and policy-makers, it will be welcomed as a crucial tool permitting rapid access to less familiar—and sometimes overlooked—texts. For all users, International Economic Law will be valued as a vital one-stop research and pedagogic resource. Routledge July 2010 234x156: 1,600pp Set Hb: 978-0-415-54326-2
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International Economic Law CRITICAL CONCEPTS VOLUME I
Part 1: Theory
3. Economic Sovereignty
1. Conceptualizing International Economic Law
Joel P. Trachtman, ‘The International Economic Law Revolution’, University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Economic Law, 1996, 17, 33–61.
Donald M. McRae, ‘The Contribution of International Trade Law to the Development of International Law’, Recueil Des Cours, 1996, 260, 109–31.
2. The Phenomenon of Globalization 3.
Jan Aart Scholte, ‘Defining Globalisation’, The World Economy, 2008, 31, 11, 1471–502.
3. The Washington Consensus 4.
John Williamson, ‘A Short History of the Washington Consensus’ (paper commissioned by Fundacion CIDOB for a conference ‘From the Washington Consensus Towards a New Global Governance’, Barcelona, 24–5 Sept. 2004).
4. International Distributive Justice 5.
Philippe van Parijs, ‘International Distributive Justice’, in Robert E. Goodin, Philip Pettit and Thomas Pogge (eds.), A Companion to Contemporary Political Philosophy (Blackwell Publishing, 2007), pp. 638–52.
Frank J. Garcia, ‘Global Justice and the Bretton Woods Institutions’, Journal of International Economic Law, 2007, 10, 3, 461–81.
Kal Raustiala, ‘Rethinking the Sovereignty Debate in International Economic Law’, Journal of International Economic Law, 2003, 6, 4, 841–78.
12. John H. Jackson, ‘Sovereignty-Modern: A New Approach to an Outdated Concept’, American Journal of International Law, 2003, 97, 782–802.
4. Non-discrimination and Differential Treatment 13. Friedl Weiss, ‘The Principle of Non-Discrimination in International Economic Law: A Conceptual and Historical Sketch’, in Isabelle Buffard et al. (eds.), International Law between Universalism and Fragmentation: Festschrift in Honour of Gerhard Hafner (Koninklijke Brill NV, 2008), pp. 269–86. 14. Philippe Cullet, ‘Differential Treatment in International Law: Towards a New Paradigm of Inter-state Relations’, European Journal of International Law, 1999, 10, 549–82.
5. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction 15. International Bar Association, Report of the Task Force on Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (IBA, 2009), pp. 5–31. 16. Cedric Ryngaert, ‘The Limits of Substantive International Economic Law: In Support of Reasonable Extraterritorial Jurisdiction’, Facing the Limits of the Law (Springer, 2009), pp. 134–84, 237–52.
6. State Immunity
17. Hazel Fox, ‘Exceptions to State Immunity: The Concept of Commerciality’, The Law of State Immunity, 2nd edn. (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 502–32.
Customary International Economic Law
7. Constitutionalizing International Economic Law
18. Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, ‘National Constitutions and International Economic Law’, in Meinhard Hilf and Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann (eds.), National Constitutions and International Economic Law (Kluwer, 1993), pp. 3–52.
Part 2: Fundamental Concepts
Stephen Zamora, ‘Is There Customary International Economic Law?’, German Yearbook of International Law, 1989, 32, 9–42.
International Economic Soft Law 8.
C. M. Chinkin, ‘The Challenge of Soft Law: Development and Change in International Law’, International and Comparative Law Quarterly, 1989, 38, 850–66.
8. Economic Human Rights 19. Terence Daintith, ‘The Constitutional Protection of Economic Rights’, International Journal of Constitutional Law, 2004, 2, 1, 56–90.
State Economic Development Paradigms
9. Economic Sanctions
20. Omer Yousif Elagab, ‘The Legality of Economic Coercion in General International Law’, The Legality of Non-Forcible Counter-Measures in International Law (Oxford University Press, 1988), pp. 190–213.
Guglielmo Verdirame, ‘The Definition of Developing Countries under the GATT and other International Law’, German Yearbook of International Law, 1996, 39, 164–97.
Non-governmental Organizations 10. Jagdish Bhagwati, ‘Non-Governmental Organizations’, In Defense of Globalization (Oxford University Press, 2004), pp. 36–48.
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S IN LAW VOLUME II International Monetary and Financial Law
VOLUME III World Trade Law
1. Monetary Sovereignty
1. Theory of Comparative Advantage
33. Alan O. Sykes, ‘Comparative Advantage and the Normative Economics of International Trade Policy’, Journal of International Economic Law, 1998, 1, 49–82.
Francois Gianviti, ‘Current Legal Aspects of Monetary Sovereignty’, Current Developments in Monetary and Financial Law, 2008, 4, 3–16.
2. Exchange Arrangements 22. Joseph Gold, ‘Strengthening the Soft International Law of Exchange Arrangements’, American Journal of International Law, 1983, 77, 3, 443–89.
2. Reciprocity in Trade Negotiations 34. J. Michael Finger, ‘A Diplomat’s Economics: Reciprocity in the Uruguay Round Negotiations’, World Trade Review, 2005, 4, 1, 27–40.
3. Multilateral System of Payments 23. Hector Elizalde, ‘The International Monetary Fund and Current Account Convertibility’, Current Developments in Monetary and Financial Law, 2008, 4, 1–33.
3. Market Access 35. John Mo, ‘The Mystery of Market Access’, Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2000, 3, 2, 225–47.
4. International Capital Transfers
4. National Treatment
24. Cynthia Crawford Lichtenstein, ‘International Jurisdiction over International Capital Flows and the Role of the IMF: Plus ca change …’, in Mario Giovanoli (ed.), International Monetary Law: Issues for the New Millennium (Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 61–80.
36. Peter M. Gerhart and Michael S. Baron, ‘Understanding National Treatment: The Participatory Vision of the WTO’, Indiana International and Comparative Law Review, 2003–4, 14, 3, 505–52.
5. MFN Treatment 5. International Liquidity: Special Drawing Rights 25. Peter B. Clark and Jacques J. Polak, ‘International Liquidity and the Role of the SDR in the International Monetary System’, IMF Staff Papers, 2004, 51, 1, 49–71.
6. IMF Conditionality 26. Ariel Buira, ‘An Analysis of IMF Conditionality’ (UNCTAD G-24, Discussion Paper No. 22, 2003).
7. Surveillance and IMF Standards and Codes 27. Domenico Lombardi and Ngaire Woods, ‘The Politics of Influence: An Analysis of IMF Surveillance’, Review of International Political Economy, 2008, 15, 5, 711–39. 28. IMF, ‘Standards and Codes: The Role of the IMF’ (IMF Factsheet, Apr. 2008).
8. International Financial Architecture 29. Mario Giovanoli, ‘A New Architecture for the Global Financial Market: Legal Aspects of International Financial Standard Setting’, in Mario Giovanoli (ed.), International Monetary Law: Issues for the New Millennium (Oxford University Press, 2000), pp. 3–59.
9. Sovereign Debt 30. Francois P. Gianviti, ‘Resolution of Sovereignty Liquidity Crises: Basic Concepts and Issues’, in Robert C. Effros (ed.), Current Legal Issues Affecting Central Banks, Vol. 5 (International Monetary Fund, 1998), pp. 309–15. 31.
Robert K. Rasmussen, ‘Sovereign Debt Restructuring, Odious Debt, and the Politics of Debt Relief’, Law and Contemporary Problems, 2007, 70, 4, 249–61.
32. Anne O. Krueger and Sean Hagan, ‘Sovereign Workouts: An IMF Perspective’, Chicago Journal of International Law, 2005, 6, 1, 203–18.
37. Raj Bhala, ‘The Theory of Most Favoured Nation Treatment’, Modern GATT Law (Sweet & Maxwell, 2005), pp. 43–57.
6. Unfair Trade Practices [Item no. 38 is not yet confirmed.]
7. Regional Trade Agreements 39. Sungjoon Cho, ‘Breaking the Barrier between Regionalism and Multilateralism: A New Perspective on Trade Regionalism’, Harvard International Law Journal, 2001, 42, 2, 419–65.
8 Consensus Decision-Making 40. Claus-Dieter Ehlermann and Lothar Ehring, ‘Decision-Making in the World Trade Organization: Is the Consensus Practice of the World Trade Organisation Adequate for Making, Revising and Implementing Rules on International Trade’, Journal of International Economic Law, 2005, 8, 1, 51–75.
9. Enforcement and Transparency Non-violation Complaint 41. Frieder Roessler and Petina Gappah, ‘A Reappraisal of Non-Violation Complaints under the WTO Dispute Settlement Procedures’, in Patrick F. J. Macrory, Arthur E. Appleton, and Michael G. Plummer (eds.), The World Trade Organization: Legal, Economic and Political Analysis, Vol. I (Springer, 2005), pp. 1372–87. Trade Policy Review 42. Asif H. Qureshi, ‘The New GATT Trade Policy Review Mechanism: An Exercise in Transparency or “Enforcement”?’, Journal of World Trade, 1990, 24, 3, 147–60.
10. Development and Trade Special and Differential Treatment 43. Mari Pangestu, ‘Special and Differential Treatment in the Millennium: Special for Whom and How Different?’, The World Economy, 2000, 23, 9, 1285–1302. Aid for Trade 44. Sam Laird, ‘Aid for Trade: Cool Aid or Kool-Aid?’ (UNCTAD G-24, Discussion Paper No. 48, 2007), pp. 1–24. Food Security 45. Ruosi Zhang, ‘Food Security: Food Trade Regime and Food Aid Regime’, Journal of International Economic Law, 2004, 7, 3, 565–84. Process and Production Methods 46. Steve Charnovitz, ‘The Law of Environmental “PPMs” in the WTO: Debunking the Myth of Illegality’, Yale Journal of International Law, 2002, 27, 1, 59–110.
VOLUME IV International Investment Law
VOLUME V International Development Law
1. Key Concepts in General International Law
International Minimum Standard
54. Bhupinder Chimni, ‘The Sen Conception of Development and Contemporary International Law Discourse: Some Parallels’, The Law and Development Review, 2008, 1, 1, 1–22.
47. Rudolf Dolzer and Christoph Schreuer, ‘Customary International Law: The Emergence of a Minimum Standard’, Principles of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 11–17. Expropriation 48. M. Sornarajah, ‘The Taking of Foreign Property’, The International Law on Foreign Investment, 2nd edn. (Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 344–401. Stabilization Clauses 49. F. V. Garcia-Amador, ‘State Responsibility in Case of “Stabilization” Clauses’, Journal of Transnational Law and Policy, 1993, 2, 1, 23–50. International Corporate Social Responsibility 50. Peter Muchlinski, ‘Corporate Social Responsibility’, in Peter Muchlinski, Federico Ortino, and Christoph Schreuer (eds.), Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 637–87.
2. Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources 55. Nico Schrijver, ‘Introduction’ and ‘Sovereignty over Natural Resources as a Basis for Sustainable Development’, Sovereignty over Natural Resources: Balancing Rights and Duties (Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 3–29, 368–95. 56. United Nations, Permanent Sovereignty over Natural Resources (Resolution 1803 adopted by the General Assembly, 14 Dec. 1962).
3. Right to Development 57. United Nations, Declaration on the Right to Development (adopted by the General Assembly, 4 Dec. 1986).
2. Key Concepts in Investment Agreements
58. Isabella d. Bunn, ‘The Right to Development: Implications for International Economic Law’, American University International Law Review, 2000, 15, 6, 1425–68.
‘Investment’ in International Investment Law
4. Sustainable Development
59. Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger and Markus W. Gehring, ‘The Concept of Sustainable Development, and its Meaning in International Law’, in Markus W. Gehring and Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger (eds.), Sustainable Development in World Trade Law (Kluwer, 2005), pp. 3–7.
M. Sornarajah, ‘The Definition of Foreign Investment’, The International Law on Foreign Investment, 2nd edn. (Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 7–18.
Fair and Equitable Treatment 52. Stephen Vasciannie, ‘The Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard in International Investment Law and Practice’, British Year Book of International Law, 1999, 70, 99–164. MFN Treatment 53. Pia Acconci, ‘Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment’, in Peter Muchilinski, Federico Ortino, and Christoph Schreuer (eds.), Oxford Handbook of International Investment Law (Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 363–406.
60. Duncan French, ‘Legal Implications of Sustainable Development’, International Law and Policy of Sustainable Development (Manchester University Press, 2005), pp. 35–72. 61. Duncan French, ‘Sustainable Development and Biological Diversity’, International Law and Policy of Sustainable Development (Manchester University Press, 2005), pp. 114–67.
5. Millennium Development Goals 62. United Nations, United Nations Millennium Declaration (adopted by the General Assembly, 18 Sept. 2000).
6. Monterrey Consensus 63. Monterrey Consensus of the International Conference on Financing for Development (adopted by the International Conference on Financing for Development, 18–22 Mar. 2002). 64. Abdel Hamid Bouab, ‘Financing For Development, the Monterrey Consensus: Achievements and Prospects’, Michigan Journal of International Law, 2004, 26, 1, 359–69.
7. New International Economic Order 65. Norbert Horn, ‘Normative Problems of a New International Economic Order’, Journal of World Trade Law, 1982, 16, 4, 338–51. 66. United Nations, Charter of Economic Rights and Duties of States (adopted by the General Assembly, 12 Dec. 1974). 67. United Nations, Declaration on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order (adopted by the General Assembly, 1 May 1974). 68. United Nations, Programme of Action on the Establishment of a New International Economic Order (adopted by the General Assembly, 12 Dec. 1974). 69. United Nations, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights and Optional Protocol to the International Covenant on Civil and Political and Political Rights (adopted by the General Assembly, 16 Dec. 1966).
8. Good Governance and Global Governance 70. Thomas G. Weiss, ‘Governance, Good Governance and Global Governance: Conceptual and Actual Challenges’, Third World Quarterly, 2000, 21, 5, 795–814. 71.
Indira Carr, ‘Corruption, Legal Solutions and Limits of Law’, International Journal of Law in Context, 2007, 3, 3, 227–55. MJWK0958
VOLUME VI International Fiscal Law
1. International Fiscal Law Defined 72. Arnold A. Knechtle, ‘The Concept of International Fiscal Law’, trans. W. E. Weisflog, Basic Problems in International Fiscal Law (HEL Ltd, 1979), pp. 11–16, 207.
Reissued Classic Texts
2. Worldwide versus Residence Taxation 73. Angel Schindel and Adolfo Atchabahian, ‘Source and Residence: New Configuration of their Principles: General Report’, Cahiers de Droit Fiscal International, 2005, 90, 21–99.
3. Fiscal Sovereignty and Jurisdiction 74. Asif H. Qureshi, ‘The Freedom of a State to Legislate in Fiscal Matters Under General International Law’, Bulletin for International Fiscal Documentation, 1987, 41, 1, 16–21.
4. Key Concepts in Double Taxation Relief and Tax Evasion and Avoidance 75. United Nations, ‘International Double Taxation’, Manual for the Negotiation of Bilateral Tax Treaties between Developed and Developing Countries (UN, 2003), pp. 9–32. 76. United Nations, ‘International Tax Evasion and Avoidance’, Manual for the Negotiation of Bilateral Tax Treaties between Developed and Developing Countries (UN, 2003), pp. 33–52.
5. Non-discrimination 77. Luc Hinnekens and Philippe Hinnekens, ‘Non-discrimination at the Crossroads of International Taxation: General Report’, Cahiers de Droit Fiscal International, 2008, 93, 2008, 15–54. 78. Avv. Pietro Adonnino, ‘Non-discrimination Rules in International Taxation: General Report’, Cahiers de Droit Fiscal International, 1993, 78, 19–71.
6. Permanent Establishment 79. Jacques Sasseville and Arvid A. Skaar, ‘Is There a Permanent Establishment? General Report’, Cahiers de Droit Fiscal International, 2009, 94a, 17–63.
7. Non-enforcement of Tax Claims
The History of the Study of Landforms
80. Barbara A. Silver, ‘Modernizing the Revenue Rule: The Enforcement of Foreign Tax Judgments’, Georgia Journal of International and Comparative Law, 1992, 22, 3, 609–33.
Or the Development of Geomorphology
8. Harmful Tax Competition 81. Michael Littlewood, ‘Tax Competition: Harmful to Whom?’, Michigan Journal of International Law, 2004, 26, 1, 411–87.
9. Calculation of Multijurisdictional Company Profits Unitary Taxation 82. Michael J. McIntyre, ‘Design of a National Formulary Apportionment Tax System’ (paper presented at 84th Annual Conference of the National Tax Association, 12 Nov. 1991, at Williamsburg, VA), pp. 1–11. Transfer Pricing
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