Essays in Honor of Robert E. Hudec
International experts in law, economics, and political science provide indepth analysis of international trade issues. This interdisciplinary study directs particular attention to the possibility that WTO legal institutions, like other international legal institutions, will function in unexpected ways due to the political and economic conditions of the international environment in which they have been created, and in which they operate.
A range of trade problems is considered here. Topics include the constitutional dimensions of international trade law, adding new subjects and restructuring existing subjects to international trade law, the legal relations between developed and developing countries, and the operation of the WTO dispute settlement procedure.
This will be an essential volume for professionals and academics involved with international trade policy.
DANIEL L. M. KENNEDY is Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, and a practicing attorney of business transactions and litigation.
JAMES D. SOUTHWICK is Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Minnesota Law School, and a practicing attorney of international trade law at the firm of Dorsey & Whitney LLP.