This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Substantive Issues under WTO Law From Bananas I to the 2001 Bananas Settlement: A Factual and Procedural Analysis of the WTO Proceedings (Erich Vranes) The Banana Dispute: Fundamental Issues under WTO Law (Erich Vranes) The Bananas Cases and WTO Enforcement: Labour Pains or a Misconceived System? Cross Retaliation under GATS and TRIPS - An Optimal Enforcement Device for Developing Countries? (Erich Vranes) WTO Dispute Settlement in Practice - An Economic Assessment (Fritz Breuss) The Banana Dispute and Fundamental Issues under EC Law Introduction to the Problems of EU Fundamental Rights Protection, the Status of WTO Law within the EU, and Community Liability for Infringements of WTO Law (Erich Vranes) European Human Rights Protection and the Contested Relationship of the ECJ and National Courts - Convergent Solutions under International, European and National Law? (Erich Vranes) Enforcement and Implementation of WTO Law in the European Union (Stefan Griller) The ECJ's Atlanta Judgment: Establishing a Principle of Non-Liability? (Birgit Schoiwohl) Economic Implications Welfare Implications of the EU's Common Organization of the Market in Bananas for EU Member States (Harld Badinger, Fritz Breuss, Berhard Mahlberg) Summary and Conclusions The Overall Perspective: Legal, Economic and Policy Conclusions (Harald Badinger et al.). Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: The "Banana dispute? represents one of the central cases in international trade. It has led to several precedents on the international (WTO), EC and national level. It thus constitutes the mandatory starting point for any in-depth study of the WTO system and transatlantic trade relations. Moreover, this dispute casts new light on classic issues of European law, especially the relationship of EC, national law and state liability. This treatise is the most comprehensive and easily accessible one published up to now. The study is supplemented by an economic analysis of the welfare effects of the EC banana import regime for the EC domestic market, and interdisciplinary conclusions for future amendments of the WTO enforcement system. This book will be of equal interest to practitioners, academics and students of international economic relations.
Buchbeschreibung Springer, 2003. Buchzustand: Good. 1st Edition. N/A. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Buchnummer des Verkäufers GRP82477423