The WTO at Ten - 
      Giorgio Sacerdoti
    
      Alan Yanovich
    
      Jan  Bohanes

The WTO at Ten

The Contribution of the Dispute Settlement System

Giorgio Sacerdoti (Redaktør) ; Alan Yanovich (Redaktør) ; Jan Bohanes (Redaktør)

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Assesses the past ten years of the WTO and the dispute settlement system.
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Forlag: Cambridge University Press
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 576
ISBN: 9780521863148
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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Notes on contributors; Foreword Pascal Lamy; Acknowledgements; Table of dispute settlement cases; List of abbreviations; Introduction; Part I. The WTO at Ten: 1. The WTO at ten: building on ten years of achievements Supachai Panitchpakdi; 2. The WTO: ten years after its establishment Renato Ruggiero; 3. From Doha to Hong Kong and beyond: a parliamentarian's perspective Enrique Baron Crespo; 4. The dispute settlement system of the WTO in action: a perspective on the first ten years Giorgio Sacerdoti; Part II. Trade Negotiations and Dispute Settlement: What Balance Between Political Governance and Judicialization?: 5. The Appellate Body, the WTO dispute settlement system and the politics of multilateralism Robert Howse and Susan Esserman; 6. WTO dispute settlement: a brief reality check Alejandro Jara; 7. From 'member-driven governance' to constitutionally limited 'multilevel trade governance' in the WTO Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann; 8. Homage to a Bull Moose III: striking the correct balance between political governance and judicialization in the WTO Elissa Alben and Timothy Reif; 9. Drawing a line of equilibrium in a complex world Helene Ruiz Fabri; 10. WTO law in context: the integration of international human rights and environmental law in the dispute settlement process Francesco Francioni; 11. The limits of the WTO: facing non-trade issues Friedl Weiss; Part III. From Initiating Proceedings to Ensuring Implementation: What Needs Improvement?: 12. The WTO dispute settlement system - from initiating proceedings to ensuring implementation: what needs improvement? Valerie Hughes; 13. The umpire needs better rules of the game Jacques Bourgeois; 14. DSU reform: if it is not broken - improve it? Daniel Brinza; 15. DSU reform: resolving underlying balance-of-power issues Thomas Cottier; 16. From initiating proceedings to ensuring implementation: the links with the community legal order Pieter Jan Kuijper; Part IV. Ten Years and Sixty-Three Cases Later: The Contribution of the Appellate Body to the Development of International Trade Law: 17. Assessing the 'success' of the Appellate Body over the first ten years John Lockhart; 18. From afterthought to centrepiece: the WTO Appellate Body and its rise to prominence in the world trading system Peter Van den Bossche; 19. Balance and coherence by the WTO Appellate Body: who could do better? Gabrielle Marceau; 20. Looking for Mr and Mrs Right: ten years of the Appellate Body at the WTO Petros Mavroidis; 21. Treaty interpretation and the development of international trade law by the WTO Appellate Body Donald McRae; 22. The emergence of non-state actors in international commercial disputes through WTO Appellate Body case-law Brigitte Stern; 23. The Appellate Body's working procedures for appellate review Victoria Donaldson and Alan Yanovich; 24. Reflections on the concept of 'judicial economy' in WTO dispute settlement Jan Bohanes and Andreas Sennekamp; Part V. Treaty Interpretation in International Law: Comparing the Appellate Body with the Courts in the Hague, Hamburg and Luxembourg: 25. The Appellate Body and treaty interpretation Georges Abi-Saab; 26. Methods and practice of treaty interpretation by the International Court of Justice Gilbert Guillaume; 27. The jurisprudence of the Court of Justice and the Court of First Instance of the European Communities Paolo Mengozzi; 28. The European Court of Justice: sources of law and methods of interpretation Allan Rosas; 29. The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: applicable law and interpretation Tullio Treves; Annex: statistics on appellate review; Index.
Giorgio Sacerdoti has been a Member of the WTO Appellate Body since 2001. He is also Professor of International Law and European Law (Jean Monnet chair) at Bocconi University, Milan. Alan Yanovich has been a Counsellor at the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat since 2001. He was previously a legal adviser at the General Secretariat of the Andean Community. Jan Bohanes has been Legal Officer at the WTO Appellate Body Secretariat since 2002. Previously, he was a visiting researcher at the Trade Law Centre for Southern Africa (tralac).