A European Perspective
Edited by Alberta Fabbricotti
Set in the context of growing interdisciplinarity in legal research, The Political Economy of International Law: A European Perspective provides a much-needed systematic and coherent review of the interactions between Political Economy and International Law. The book reflects the need felt by international lawyers to open their traditional frontiers to insights from other disciplines - and political economy in particular. The methodological approach of the book is to take the traditional list of topics for a general treatise of international law, and to systematically incorporate insights from political economy to each.
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- The Political Economy of International Law
- Chapter 1: Political Economy of International Law: Towards a Holistic Model of State Behaviour
- Chapter 2: The Political Economy of Customary International Law
- Chapter 3: Can Political Economy Help Solve the Riddle of Customary International Law?
- Chapter 4: The Political Economy of Jus Cogens
- Chapter 5: The Political Economy of International Treaties
- Chapter 6: Political Economy and the Decisions of International Organizations: Choosing Governance Arrangements through Informality
- Chapter 7: Political Economy of International Law: A Convenient Alliance for the Study of Compliance?
- Chapter 8: International Political Economy and the Prisoner’s Dilemma: Compliance with International Law
- Chapter 9: The Political Economy of Judicial Production of International Law
- Chapter 10: The Political Economy of the (Non-)Enforcement of International Human Rights Pronouncements by States
- Chapter 11: The Political Economy of International Lawmaking by National Courts
- Chapter 12: Political Economy and the Responsibility of States: The Problem of Many Hands in International Law
- Chapter 13: The Political Economy of Regional Trade Agreements
- Chapter 14: Political Economy and International Investment Law: The Conclusion of IIAs by Developing Countries during the Twentieth Century
- Chapter 15: Political Economy and International Water Law: Political Economy Induced Changes to the Uptake of Benefit Sharing in International Water Law
- Chapter 16: Political Economy and the Protection of Human Rights: Political Economy and Compliance with Human Rights Treaties
- Chapter 17: Political Economy and International Migration Law
- Chapter 18: Political Economy and International Law: Paradoxes and Potential
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