Optimal Regulation and the Law of International Trade

The Interface between the Right to Regulate and WTO Law

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This book applies a law and economics methodology to enquire into the interface between regulation and international trade law.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword Petros C. Mavroidis; Introduction; Law and economics in a nutshell; Part I. Optimal Regulation and International Trade Law - Theory: 1. Introduction to Part I; 2. Optimal regulation; 3. Deviations from optimal regulation; 4. Deviations from optimal regulation and the role of international trade agreements; 5. Conclusion to Part I; Part II. Optimal Regulation and International Trade Law - Application: 6. Introduction to Part II; 7. Domestic regulation and the GATT; 8. Domestic regulation and the TBT Agreement; 9. Domestic regulation and the SPS; 10. Conclusion to Part II.

Om forfatteren

Boris Rigod practises international trade and competition law at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. He was a Fulbright-Schuman Scholar at Stanford Law School and NYU School of Law and has published in leading journals on international trade law.