The Political Economy of International Trade Law: Essays in Honor of Robert E. Hudec

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Bibliography of works by Robert E. Hudec
(as of December 31, 2000)

Books

THE GATT LEGAL SYSTEM AND WORLD TRADE DIPLOMACY (New York:Praeger, 1975) (399 pp.); second ed. (Salem, NH:Butterworth, 1990)(376 pp.).

ADJUDICATION OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE DISPUTES, Thames Essay No. 16 (London: Trade Policy Research Center, 1978)(86 pp.).

DEVELOPING COUNTRIES IN THE GATT LEGAL SYSTEM, Thames Essay No. 50 (London: Gower, for the Trade Policy Research Center, 1987)(250 pp.); Japanese translation published under the title GATT TO TOJOKOKU (Shinzamsha, 1992)(324 pp.).

ENFORCING INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW:THE EVOLUTION OF THE MODERN GATT LEGAL SYSTEM (Salem, NH:Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1993)(630 pp.).

FAIR TRADE AND HARMONIZATION:PREREQUISITES FOR FREE TRADE? (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Robert E. Hudec eds., 1996)(2 vols.).

ESSAYS ON THE NATURE OF INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW (London:Cameron May, 1999) (387 pp.).


Articles

The GATT Legal System: A Diplomat's Jurisprudence, 4 J. WORLD TRADE L. 615–665 (1970), reprinted as El Sistema del GATT: jurisprudentia diplomatica, 8 DERECHO DE INTEGRACION 34–66 (Buenos Aires, 1971).

GATT or GABB? The Future Design of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 80 YALE L. J. 1299–1386 (1971).

Trade Policy Consequences of Canadian Foreign Investment Policy, 6 CASE WESTERN RESERVE J. INT'L L. 74–81 (1973).

Retaliation AgainstUnreasonableForeign Trade Practices: The New Section 301 and GATT Nullification and Impairment, 59 MINNESOTA L. REV. 461–539 (1975).

United States Compliance with the 1967 GATT Antidumping Code, 1 MICHIGAN YB INT'L LEGAL STUDIES 205–229 (1979).

GATT Dispute Settlement after the Tokyo Round: An Unfinished Business, 13 CORNELL INT'L L. J. 145–203 (1980).

Restating the Reliance Interest, 67 CORNELL L. REV. 704–734 (1982).

Transcending the Ostensible”: Some Reflections on the Nature of Litigation between Governments

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