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

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Index
accountability, 21, 65, 134, 171, 174, 350, 386, 394
ad hoc, 3, 9, 92, 110, 199, 203, 392, 393, 496, 504, 506, 507, 529, 531, 556, 571, 591
ad valorem tariffs, 261, 262
adjudicating bodies, 590–1ff., 600; see also Appellate Body; panels
adjudication see dispute settlement; Dispute Settlement Body (DSB)
administrative law, 554, 579
advisory bodies, 63–4, 72
Advisory Centre on WTO Law, 477
African countries, 76, 290–1, 293–4, 295, 320, 366, 407, 427
music industry, 305, 306
negotiating strategies, 413–14
and Seattle meeting, 405
Agreement on Agriculture (1994), 73, 99, 256–7, 259, 266–7ff., 279–81, 408, 445, 494, 540
Art. 4.2, 259–60, 272
Art. 5, 261
Art. 6.4, 269
Art. 6.5, 269
Art. 9, 266
Art. 9.2(b), 274
Art. 13, 265
Art. 18.5, 275
Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA), 194, 198, 434
Agreement on Import Licensing, 100
Agreement on Rules of Origin, 100, 101
Agreement on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS), 4, 5, 101, 102, 305, 443–4, 494, 541
Art. 2.1, 544
Art. 2.2, 544, 560, 561, 571, 579
Art. 2.3, 544, 570
Art. 3.1, 544
Art. 3.2, 544
Art. 3.3, 544
Art. 4, 544
Art. 5.1, 544, 560ff., 571, 573, 579
Art. 5.3, 544
Art. 5.5, 545, 562, 566, 568ff., 579
Art. 5.6, 488, 545, 561, 562, 566ff., 572
Art. 5.7, 544, 545, 558, 562, 579
Art. 5.8, 545, 559
Art. 11.2, 490, 545, 572
Annex A.1, 543, 558
Annex A.4, 545, 564
Annex B, 545
deference, 541, 553, 554, 556, 579, 581
definition, 543–4
disparate impact, 550, 551, 558–9
disputes, 541, 553, 554, 556, 579, 581
international standards, 550, 551, 559–60, 576
pre- and post-1995 measures, 573, 577
quick response mechanism, 552, 572–3
review of regulations, 550–7
risk assessment, 545, 548, 549, 551–2, 564, 577, 579, 611
risk management, 548, 551, 552, 566–71
role of experts, 552, 571–2
scientific evidence, 542, 545, 551, 560–5, 572
standard of review, 563–4, 577
threshold question, 576
Type 1 & 2 Errors, 578
Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures (SCM), 494, 599, 610, 636n., 637n., 640, 653
Art. 4.7, 87
Art. 8.2, 267
Art. 27.4, 104
Art. 29.4, 104
Art. 31, 102
Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT), 5, 101, 102, 541
Art. 12.8, 103, 104

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