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The International Economic Law Revolution

By Trachtman, Joel P.

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Title: The International Economic Law Revolution  
Author: Trachtman, Joel P.
Language: English
Subject: Programming, Law Books, International Law
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Publisher: University of Pennsylvania


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Trachtman, J. P. (1996). The International Economic Law Revolution. Retrieved from

Table of Contents
TOC: Introduction - International Business Law and International Economic Law - The Disappearance of Private International Law - The Complexity of International Business Law: Comparative Law, Inter-Domestic Law, Conflicts of Law, and Transnational Law - The Functional Allure of International Economic Law - Spillover Into Constitutional Functions: International Economic Law and International Organization - Managing the International Economic Law Revolution: Allocative Efficiency and Redistributive Concerns - Synthesis: The International Economic Law Revolution.


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