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The Legitimacy of International Trade Courts and Tribunals

The Legitimacy of International Trade Courts and Tribunals

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Part of Studies on International Courts and Tribunals

Robert Howse, Geir Ulfstein, Hélène Ruiz-Fabri, Michelle Zang, Gabrielle Marcea, Reto Marco Malacrida, Pieter-Jan Kuijper, Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, Donald C. Pogue, Maureen Irish, Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida, Miguel Antonio Villamizar, Rilka Dragneva, James Thuo Gathii, Illy Ousséni, Michael Ewing-Chow, Ranyta Yusran,Theresa Squatrit, Ole-Kristian Fauchald, Andreas Føllesdal
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  • Publication planned for: March 2018
  • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2018
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781108424479

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  • The recent rise of international trade courts and tribunals deserves systemic study and in-depth analysis. This volume gathers contributions from experts specialised in different regional adjudicators of trade disputes and scrutinises their operations in the light of the often-debated legitimacy issues. It not only looks into prominent adjudicators that have played a significant role for global and regional integration; it also encloses the newly established and/or less-known judicial actors. Critical topics covered range from procedures and legal techniques during the adjudication process to the pre- and post-adjudication matters in relation to forum selection and decision implementation. The volume features cross-cutting interdisciplinary discussions among academics and practitioners, lawyers, philosophers and political scientists. In addition to fulfilling the research vacuum, it aims to address the challenges and opportunities faced in international trade adjudication.

    • Provides a comprehensive study of the multitude of international trade courts, offering comparative analysis across the board
    • Features in-depth analysis of regional ITCTs that are under-studied, and offers substantive discussion of a number of regional adjudicators
    • Presents an inter-disciplinary study of adjudication legitimacy with visions from political scientists, lawyers and legal philosophers
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    • Publication planned for: March 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781108424479
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2018
  • Table of Contents

    Part I. International Trade Courts and Tribunals:
    1. Introduction Robert Howse, Geir Ulfstein, Hélène Ruiz-Fabri and Michelle Zang
    2. The WTO adjudicating bodies Gabrielle Marcea and Reto Marco Malacrida
    3. The court of justice of the European Union Pieter-Jan Kuijper
    4. The EFTA Court Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen
    5. The United States court of justice Donald C. Pogue
    6. The Federal Courts of Canada Maureen Irish
    7. The case of MERCOSURl Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida
    8. The Andean Court of Justice Miguel Antonio Villamizar
    9. The case of the economic court of the ISIS Rilka Dragneva
    10. The COMESA Court of Justice James Thuo Gathii
    11. The WAEMA Court of Justice Illy Ousséni
    12. The ASEAN Trade Dispute Settlement Mechanism Michael Ewing-Chow and Ranyta Yusran
    Part II. Cross Cutting Studies:
    13. A comparative analysis of formal independence Theresa Squatrito
    14. Judicial interaction of international trade courts and tribunals Michelle Zang
    15. Access to trade tribunals – comparative perspectives Ole-Kristian Fauchald
    16. Towards a more just WTO: which justice, whose interpretation? Andreas Føllesdal
    Conclusions.

  • Editors

    Robert Howse, New York University
    Robert Howse is the Lloyd C. Nelson Professor of International Law at New York University School of Law.

    Geir Ulfstein, Universitetet i Oslo
    Geir Ulfstein is Professor of International Law in the Department of Public and International Law and Co-director of PluriCourts, the Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, at the Universitetet i Oslo.

    Hélène Ruiz-Fabri, Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for International, European and Regulatory Procedural Law
    Hélène Ruiz-Fabri is Director of the Department of International Law and Dispute Resolution at the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg for Procedural Law.

    Michelle Q. Zang, Universitetet i Oslo
    Michelle Q. Zang is a post doctoral research fellow at PluriCourts, the Centre for the Study of the Legitimate Roles of the Judiciary in the Global Order, at the Universitetet i Oslo.

    Contributors

    Robert Howse, Geir Ulfstein, Hélène Ruiz-Fabri, Michelle Zang, Gabrielle Marcea, Reto Marco Malacrida, Pieter-Jan Kuijper, Halvard Haukeland Fredriksen, Donald C. Pogue, Maureen Irish, Paula Wojcikiewicz Almeida, Miguel Antonio Villamizar, Rilka Dragneva, James Thuo Gathii, Illy Ousséni, Michael Ewing-Chow, Ranyta Yusran,Theresa Squatrit, Ole-Kristian Fauchald, Andreas Føllesdal

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