Vol 4, No 1 (2012)

Trade, Law and Development (Special Issue: Dispute Settlement at the WTO)

This issue is a Special issue on Dispute Settlement at the WTO. It is the seventh in series, and also commemorates the fourth successful year of Trade, Law and Development.

Table of Contents


Settling Trade Disputes: Butter, Not Guns PDF
Prateek Bhattacharya, Jayant Raghu Ram 1-11
The WTO, Legitimacy and Development PDF
Joel P Trachtman 12-18


Transparency and Public Participation in the WTO: A Report Card on WTO Transparency Mechanisms Abstract PDF
Gabrielle Marceau, Mikella Hurley 19-44
Going Beyond Stereotypes: Participation of Developing Countries in WTO Dispute Settlement Abstract PDF
Jan Bohanes, Fernanda Garza 45-124
The Development of Standards of Appellate Review for Factual, Legal and Law Application Questions in WTO Dispute Settlement Abstract PDF
Simon Lester 125-149
Considering Development in the Implementation of Panel and Appellate Body Reports Abstract PDF
Sonia E. Rolland 150-199
Epistemic Contests and Legitimacy of the World Trade Organization: The Brazil – USA Cotton Dispute and Incremental Balancing of Global Interests Abstract PDF
Arthur Daemmrich 200-240

Notes and Comments

WTO Dispute Settlement Body Developments in 2010: An Analysis Abstract PDF
H.E. Mr. Yonov Frederick Agah 241-250
The Neglected Link Between the Legal Nature of WTO Rules, the Political Filtering of WTO Disputes, and the Absence of Retrospective WTO Remedies Abstract PDF
Claus D. Zimmermann 251-267

Book Review

A Review of Kati Kulovesi, The WTO Dispute Settlement System: Challenges of the Environment, Legitimacy and Fragmentation (Kluwer Int’l 2011) PDF
Sagnik Sinha 268-282

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