The Principle of National Treatment in International Economic Law

The Principle of National Treatment in International Economic Law

Trade, Investment and Intellectual Property

European Intellectual Property Institutes Network series

Edited by Anselm Kamperman Sanders

The principle of national treatment, or the non-discrimination clause, is a principle that applies across many fields of international economic law. This book offers a unique horizontal examination of the principle as it applies within international trade law, international investment law, and intellectual property law. An invaluable conclusion draws together the common strands and highlights the variations in application between these fields.

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Edited by Anselm Kamperman Sanders

Subjects: law - academic, european law, intellectual property law, international economic law, trade law, international investment law

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