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In this second edition, Lee provides extensive coverage of international trade law from an economic development perspective.
Part I. International Trade Law: From the Perspective of Economic Development: 1. Introduction: trade, trade rules, and economic development; 2. Principles of international trade law; 3. Tariffs and subsidies; 4. Trade remedies: anti-dumping and safeguards; 5. 'Expansion' of trade disciplines and development; 6. Regional trade liberalization; 7. Rules of origin, government procurement, non-tariff barriers, and exceptions; 8. WTO dispute settlement mechanism; 9. Reforming the world trading system; Part II. Regional Trade and Development Cases: 10. Trade and development in Asia; 11. Trade and development in Africa; 12. Trade and development in Latin America; 13. Trade and development for LDCs: microtrade; 14. Conclusion: putting back the ladder.
Yong-Shik Lee is a scholar in international trade law and economic development. He is currently Director of the Law and Development Institute and Distinguished Scholar in Residence at Emory University School of Law. He graduated in economics with academic distinction from the University of California, Berkeley and received law degrees from the University of Cambridge (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.). He has over seventy academic publications in the areas of international economic law, law and development, and comparative law. He has taught international economic law at leading universities in the US, UK, Australia, and South Korea.