Edited by Inge Govaere, Reinhard Quick and Marco Bronckers
This well-documented book comprises a stellar cast of European and American authors delivering an overview of cutting edge issues in the areas of trade and competition law, arising in the EU and beyond.
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- Foreword: Paul Demaret
- Foreword: Koen Lenaerts
- Foreword: Carl Baudenbacher
- Chapter 1: Competition and Trade Policy and the Challenge of Globalisation
- Chapter 2: Towards a WTO Business-Enabling Compact
- Rules and rulemaking
- Chapter 3: Challenges in International Monetary Law
- Chapter 4: From Reluctant Participant to Key Player: EU and the Negotiation of the GATS
- Chapter 5: Article IV of the GATT: An Obsolete Provision or Still a Basis for Cultural Policy?
- Chapter 6: The Debate Continues: Are Border Adjustments of Emission Trading Schemes a Means to Protect the Climate or are they ‘Naked’ Protectionism?
- Chapter 7: EU Common Commercial Policy Throwing Off the Shackles of ‘Mixity’
- Chapter 8: The Negotiations of a New Anti Dumping Agreement (ADA) in the DDA – Some Observations
- Chapter 9: The EU and Free Trade: Can We Still Afford It?
- Interpretation and Dispute Settlement
- Chapter 10: Modern Approaches to Treaty Interpretation
- Chapter 11: WTO Dispute Settlement: Promise Fulfilled?
- Chapter 12: Consolidation of WTO Dispute Settlement Proceedings before Panels and the Appellate Body
- Chapter 13: Can the EU’s Disregard for ‘Strict Observance of International Law’ (Article 3 TEU) be Constitutionally Justified?
- Chapter 14: The Effect of WTO Dispute Decisions in EU Law – Autonomy or Autarky?
- Chapter 15: The Domestic Law Effect of the WTO in the EU – A Dialogue with Jacques Bourgeois
- Chapter 16: The Court of Justice and Unrecognized Entities under International Law
- Chapter 17: The Brita Ruling of the European Court of Justice: A Few Comments
- Chapter 18: The Standing Requirements for Bringing a Direct Action before the General Court in the Field of Trade Defence and Customs Following the Entry into Force of the TFEU
- Chapter 19: Vertical Restraints and Online Sales in the Era of Modernization: Is the New Regime ‘Modern’ Enough?
- Chapter 20: Parallel Trade: Econ-oclast Thoughts on a Dogma of EU Competition Law
- Abuses and Mergers
- Chapter 21: How to Treat Aftermarkets under Article 102 TFEU
- Chapter 22: The British Airways Judgment – What are the ‘Underlying Factors’ in Exclusionary Abuses?
- Chapter 23: Magill Revisited
- Chapter 24: Refusal to Supply and Margin Squeeze: A Discussion of Why the ‘Telefonica Exceptions’ are Wrong
- Chapter 25: Making Sense of the Reactions to the 2010 US Horizontal Merger Guidelines
- State Aid
- Chapter 26: From Trade to Tutelage: State Aid and Public Choice in the European Union
- Enforcement and Litigation
- Chapter 27: Public and Private Enforcement of Competition Law
- Chapter 28: When the Judge Prosecutes, Power Prevails Over Law
- Chapter 29: Shaping or Administrating the Law? Reflections on the European Courts’ Decision-making Practice in the Field of Competition Law
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