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National Constitutions and International Economic Law - M. Hilf

National Constitutions and International Economic Law

By: M. Hilf (Editor), Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann (Editor)

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Published: February 1993
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This book comprises contributions from leading practitioners and scholars in relation to national constitutions and international economic law And The conflicts that may arise.

Foreword
Constitutional Problems of International Economic Lawp. 1
National Constitutions and International Economic Lawp. 3
The Constitutional Function of the Multilateral Trade Orderp. 53
The Impact of Constitutional Law Principles on the Foreign Trade Law and Policy of the United Statesp. 63
U.S. Constitutional Law Principles and Foreign Trade Law and Policyp. 65
Judicial Protection of Individual Rights under the Foreign Trade Laws of the United Statesp. 91
The Impact of Constitutional Law Principles on the Foreign Trade Law and Policy of the EEC and Its Member Statesp. 135
Community Law Regulations on Foreign Tradep. 137
Trade Policy-Making Institutions and Procedures in the European Communityp. 175
Judicial Protection of Individual Rights by the EC Court of Justice in the Field of Foreign Tradep. 203
Treaty-Making and Application of Treaties in International Trade Law: The Case of Germanyp. 211
Constitutional Law and Foreign Trade Law in the United Kingdomp. 243
EEC Foreign Trade Law and French Foreign Trade Lawp. 265
The Impact of Constitutional Law Principles on the Foreign Trade Law and Policy of Japanp. 273
Constitutional Framework of the Major Trade Laws in Japan: In the Context of the Uruguay Roundp. 275
Implementation of International Trade Agreements in Japanp. 299
Economic Analysis of Foreign Trade Laws and Policiesp. 345
The Role of the Congress and the Executive in US Trade Policy Determination: A Public Choice Analysisp. 347
Anti-Dumping Action and the EC: A Wider Perspectivep. 371
EEC's Strategic Trade-Cum-Industrial Policy: A Public Choice Analysisp. 391
Constitutional Problems of Regional Foreign Trade Lawp. 407
Constitutional Trade Regulation in National and International Law: Structure-Substance Pairings in the EFTA Experiencep. 409
Constitutional Law and Foreign Trade Law in Canada: The Impact of the Canada-USA Free Trade Agreementp. 443
Harmonization of National Economic Institutions: Harmonization by Bilateral Agreements and the GATTp. 457
Comparative Constitutional Perspectives and Policy Conclusionsp. 473
Judicial Review of International Trade Law Decisions: A Comparative Analysisp. 475
The Role of Judicial Review in Preserving Liberal Foreign Trade Policiesp. 503
The Impact of Federalism on the Implementation of International Trade Obligationsp. 519
Limited Government and Unlimited Trade Policy Powers? Why Effective Judicial Review and a Liberal Constitution Depend on Individual Rightsp. 537
Is there a Need for Constitutional Reforms of the Foreign Trade Law of the EEC?p. 563
National Constitutions, Transnational Economic Policy and International Economic Law: Some Summary Reflectionsp. 569
GATT - Articlesp. 577
Articles of the EEC Treatyp. 579
Indexp. 581
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ISBN: 9789065446657
ISBN-10: 9065446656
Series: Flute Library
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 602
Published: February 1993
Dimensions (cm): 15.6 x 23.39  x 3.33
Weight (kg): 1.01