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Between Law and Diplomacy: The Social Contexts of Disputing at the World Trade Organization epub

by Joseph Conti


Between Law and Diplomacy: The Social Contexts of Disputing at the World Trade Organization epub

ISBN: 080477143X

ISBN13: 978-0804771436

Author: Joseph Conti

Category: Other

Subcategory: Business & Finance

Language: English

Publisher: Stanford University Press; 1 edition (December 21, 2010)

Pages: 262 pages

ePUB book: 1353 kb

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Between Law and Diplomacy provides real insights into the world of elite legal institutions. It highlights the importance of the practice of law, taken to the international level, and is an original and valuable contribution to the field. A real pleasure!" (Chris Arup Monash University)

Between Law and Diplomacy provides real insights into the world of elite legal institutions. A real pleasure!" (Chris Arup Monash University). Joseph A. Conti is Assistant Professor of Law and Sociology at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Between Law and Diplomacy crafts an insider's look at international trade disputes at one of the most important .

Between Law and Diplomacy crafts an insider's look at international trade disputes at one of the most important institutions in the global economy- the World Trade Organization. The WTO regulates the global rules for trade, and- unique among international organizations- it provides a legalized process for litigation between countries over trade grievances. Through this inside look at the process of disputing, Conti provides fresh perspective on how and why the law authorizes the use of specific resources and tactics in the ever unfolding struggle for control in the global economy.

The social contexts of disputing at the World Trade Organization, Stanford University Press, 2011

The social contexts of disputing at the World Trade Organization, Stanford University Press, 2011. Published online: 18 December 2011 Ó Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011. The World Trade Organisation is a treaty system which functions as a social system and is analyzed here with a law and society approach. The major nding is that this system greedily equalizes power so that a small country such as Costa Rica can take it up with the US and win a trade issue. The author eschews a Law and economics approach of which he seems to be unaware.

Between Law and Diplomacy book. Between Law and Diplomacy crafts an insider's look at international trade disputes at one of the most important institutions in the global economy-the World Trade Organization. The WTO regulates the global rules for trade, and-unique among international organizations-it provides a legalized process for litigation between countries over trade grievances.

The article considers the approaches to the definition of sanitary and phytosanitary measure in the law of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the law of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU)

Between law and diplomacy: The social contexts of disputing at the world trade organization. Producing legitimacy at the World Trade Organization: the role of expertise and legal capacity.

Between law and diplomacy: The social contexts of disputing at the world trade organization. Stanford University Press, 2010. G Gerritzen, LC Huang, K Killpack, M Mircheva, J Conti. International Council on Nanotechnology (ICON), 2006.

Sociolegal studies and disputing at the World Trade Organization The world trading system : from GATT to WTO The . On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book.

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Personal Name: Conti, Joseph A. Verfasser. Socio-legal studies and disputing at the World Trade Organization The world trading system : from GATT to WTO The WTO dispute settlement process The good case : legal mobilization at the World Trade Organization International legal contexts and state power : the institutional influences on dispute transitions Compliance measures Power, law, and the future of the global trading system. General Note: Conti crafts an insider's look at international trade disputes at one of the most important institutions in the global economy: the World Trade Organization (WTO).

World Trade Organization. Foreign trade regulation. Dispute resolution (Law);Sociological jurisprudence. An Institutional and Normative Analysis of the World Trade Organization. WTO Dispute Settlement Understanding and Development : Wto Dispute Settlement Understanding and Development. Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies : African Participation at the World Trade Organization: Legal and Institutional Aspects, 1995-2010. by: Laker, Joan Apecu.

Joseph A. Conti Between Law and Diplomacy : The Social Contexts of Disputing at the World Trade Organization. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. Patricia Ewick and Susan S. Silbey The Common Place of Law: Stories from Everyday Life

Joseph A. Silbey The Common Place of Law: Stories from Everyday Life. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. In addition, the following book is recommended for in depth background on several topics discussed in the course: Sutton, John R Law/Society : Origins, Interactions, and Change. Thousand Oaks, Calif.

Between Law and Diplomacy crafts an insider's look at international trade disputes at one of the most important institutions in the global economy―the World Trade Organization. The WTO regulates the global rules for trade, and―unique among international organizations―it provides a legalized process for litigation between countries over trade grievances. Drawing on interviews with trade lawyers, ambassadors, trade delegations, and trade jurists, this book details how trade has become increasingly legalized and the implications of that for power relations between rich and poor countries. Joseph Conti looks closely at who uses the system to initiate and pursue disputes, who settles and on what terms, and the relative disconnect between pursuing a dispute and what a country gains through efforts to gain compliance with WTO dictates. Through this inside look at the process of disputing, Conti provides fresh perspective on how and why the law authorizes the use of specific resources and tactics in the ever unfolding struggle for control in the global economy.