In Whose Interests? Due Process and Transparency in International Trade.

By: Hart, Michael M. and Debra P. Steger. (Editors).

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; xvii - 151 pp. The proceedings of a Conference held at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law (Common Law), May 3, 1990, and published by the Centre for Trade Policy and Law of Carleton University. Contents: 1 - "Due Process and Transparency: The Changing Context of International Law by Michael M. Hart and Debra P. Steger, 2 - "The Judicialization of GATT Dispute Settlement" by Robert E. Hudec, "Comments" by J. Christopher Thomas, Elaine Feldman and Gilbert R. Winham, 3 - "Transparency, Surveillance and the GATT System" by Gary Banks, "Comments" by Carl Greiner, Murray G. Smith and Jeffrey G. Schott, 4 - "Private Rights vs the Public Interest in International Trade Actions" by Peter D. Ehrenhaft, "Comments" by Gary N. Horlick, Shirley A. Coffield and Debra P. Steger, 5 - "Competition Principles and Trade Remedy Laws" by Lawson A. W. Hunter and Brenda C. Swick-Martin, "Comments" by C. J. Michael Flavell, Douglas E. Rosenthal and Klaus Stegermann. The book appears to have never been used.

Title: In Whose Interests? Due Process and Transparency in International Trade.

Author Name: Hart, Michael M. and Debra P. Steger. (Editors).

Categories: Canadiana - Economics,

Publisher: Ottawa, Ontario., Carleton University.: 1992

ISBN Number: 077090288X

ISBN Number 13: 9780770902889

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 27069

Keywords: Canadiana; Canada; Economics; Free Trade; GATT; Tariff; Import; Export; Free Trade; Legal; Jurisprudence;