35 Years CISG and Beyond

Ingeborg Schwenzer (Redaktør)

Serie: International Commerce and Arbitration (ICA) 19

This book contains the presentations given at the conference 35 Years CISG and Beyond, hosted by the University of Basel, SVIR/SSDI (Swiss Association for International Law) and UNCITRAL on 29 and 30 January 2015. Les mer
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This book contains the presentations given at the conference 35 Years CISG and Beyond, hosted by the University of Basel, SVIR/SSDI (Swiss Association for International Law) and UNCITRAL on 29 and 30 January 2015.The Conference focused on open issues in regard to the CISG's application and on any possible further harmonization and unification of contract law. The following topics are covered: economic analysis of CISG; the decline of reservations; extending the CISG; CISG, state action and regionalisation; CISG and fair contract law. Speakers at the Conference included the world's leading scholars on the CISG and comparative law, among them the members and rapporteurs of the CISG Advisory Council. This book is of interest to practionersand academics in the field of CISG

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Part I Economic Analysis of the CISG; 1 Saving Transaction Costs; 2 Choice of Law in Practice - A Global Empirical Survey; Part II The Decline of Reservations; 3 Reservations and the CISG: The Borderland of Uniform International Sales Law and Treaty Law after 35 Years; 4 Reservations, the Case of the Scandinavian Countries; 5 The Reservation from the Freedom of Form Principle of the CISG: The Case of Russia; 6 The Application of the CISG in International Commercial Arbitration in China; Part III Extending the CISG; 7 Extending the Scope of the 1980 Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods to Framework Distribution Contracts; 8 Natural Gas and the CISG; 9 The CISG and Statute of Limitations; 10 Control of Unfair Standard Terms in International Commercial Contracts; 11 CISG and the Default Interest Rate in Arbitration; Part IV CISG, State Action and Regionalisation; 12 Do We Really Need Special Provisions for Business-to-Consumer Sales?; 13 Application of theCISGto International Government Procurement of Goods; 14 OHADA and CISG: Alternatives or Complementary Instruments?; 15 Harmonization in the European Union; 16 Contract Law in Latin America: Building of a 'Latin American' Ius Commune on Contract Law; Part V CISG and Fair Contract Law; 17 The Politics of Fairness in CISG; 18 The CISG - A Secret Weapon in the Fight for a Fairer World?; 19 International Fair Trade (Fair Trade in International Contracts and Ethical Standard); 20 Beyond CISG: Agricultural Production under Contract; 21 The Future of Contract Law Harmonization: A View From Unidroit

Om forfatteren

Ingeborg Schwenzer is a Professor Ordinaria fur Privatrecht at the University of Basel. After completing her law studies in Tubingen, Geneva and Freiburg, Professor Schwenzer obtained an LL.M. summa cum laude from the University of California, Berkeley, and her PhD summa cum laude from the University of Freiburg. Professor Schwenzer is editor of the leading Schlechtriem/Schwenzer CISG commentaries in both German and English, and member of the Advisory Council on the CISG. She has published widely in the areas of comparative law, international commercial law, the law of obligations, as well as family law, and is regularly called upon to act as counsel, expert witness and arbitrator in these fields