Law and Policy in International Business

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 4, Fall

Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Law: A Selected Bibliography
BOOKS H. APPLEBAUM & J. BELLO (CO-CHAIRS), TRADE LAW AND POLICY INSTITUTE. Commercial Law and Practice, Course Handbook Series, Number 510, Practising Law Institute, 1989. H. APPLEBAUM & G. KAPLAN (CO-CHAIRS), U.S. TRADE LAW AND POLICY....
A Search for Economic and Financial Principles in the Administration of United States Countervailing Duty Law
I. INTRODUCTION The countervailing duty laws of the United States provide in pertinent part that when a foreign government, is providing, directly or indirectly, a subsidy with respect to the manufacture, production, or exporation of a class...
Dynamic Interpretation of Economic Regulatory Legislation (Countervailing Duty Law)
Dynamic statitory interpretation recognizes that statutes evolve as various interpreters apply them to changing circumstances over time. hence, an interpretation rendered today may not be the same as the one that would have been rendered when the statute...
Is the Game Worth the Candle? Comments on A Search for Economic and Financial Principles in the Administration of U.S. Countervailing Duty Law
THE INDICTMENT OF THE STATUS QUO My perspective on Professor Diamond's paper is that of a Canadian trade law scholar whose country has often been on the receiving end of U.S. countervail actions and which, while possessing similar laws, almost...
Perspectives on Countervailing Duties
INTRODUCTION The article by Professor Richard Diamond entitle "A Search for Economic and Financial Principles in the Administration of U.S. Countervailing Duty Law," is an intriguing presentation of certain economic principles applied to an area...
Second-Best Countervailing Duty Policy: A Critique of the Entitlement Approach
A number of writers have inquired whether countervailing duty law serves any useful purpose. (1) One conjecture is that the imposition of countervailing duties by trading nations will increase worldwide economic welfare by discouraging market-distorting...
Trade Subsidy Law: Can a Foolish Inconsistency Be Good Enough for Government Work?
PART I INTRODUCTION Inconsistent instructions are an annoying fact of life as they inevitably produce confusion about the import of each part of the instruction. Sometimes the ambiguity is fundamental; given their justaposition, neither...