Trade Policy Flexibility and Enforcement in the WTO

A Law and Economics Analysis

This critical analysis of contractual escape and punishment in the WTO proposes a politically realistic and systemically viable reform agenda. Les mer
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This critical analysis of contractual escape and punishment in the WTO proposes a politically realistic and systemically viable reform agenda.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Introduction: trade policy flexibility in the WTO - vice or virtue?; Part I. An Introduction to Incomplete Contracting: 2. Complete contracts, and the contracting ideal; 3. Incomplete contracting, and the essence of flexibility; Part II. Theorizing about the WTO as an Incomplete Contract: 4. Adding context: the WTO as an incomplete contract; 5. Analyzing the system of non-performance in the WTO; Part III. Flexibility and Enforcement in the WTO: Towards an Agenda for Reform: 6. Theorizing about the 'WTO' as an efficient 'breach' contract; 7. Towards an efficient 'breach' contract: an agenda for reform.

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Simon Schropp is an International Trade Policy Analyst for Sidley Austin LLP, a leading law firm in international trade law and WTO litigation. He has previously worked for the WTO Secretariat and as a research fellow investigating legal and economic issues of the WTO.