Contents: Introduction; Part I Conceptual Issues: Ideas, interests, and institutionalization: 'trade in services' and the
Uruguay Round, William J. Drake and Kalypso NicolaA-dis. GATS Case Law: Eleven years of GATS case law: what have we learned?,
Eric H. Leroux; Rien ne va plus? Distinguishing domestic regulation from market access in GATT and GATS, Joost Pauwelyn. Challenges:
Public services and trade liberalization: mapping the legal framework, Marcus Krajewski; Movement of natural persons and the
GATS, Rupa Chanda; Determining the necessity of domestic regulations in services: the best is yet to come, Panagiotis Delimatsis.
Part II Intellectual Property: The TRIPS Agreement: The objectives and principles of the TRIPS agreement, Peter K. Yu; Intellectual
property, trade and development: the state of play, Daniel J. Gervais; The globalization of private knowledge goods and the
privatization of global public goods, Keith E. Maskus and Jerome H. Reichman; TRIPS - Round II: should users strike back?,
Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss; Back to bilateralism? Pendulum swings in international intellectual property agreements, Ruth L.
Okediji; Enough is enough - the notion of binding ceilings in international intellectual property protection, Annette Kur
and Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan; The tragedy of TRIPS, Peter M. Gerhart; Name index.