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Bacchus, James (2011) ‘A way forward for the WTO’, Essay for the Trade and Development Symposium, Perspectives on the Multilateral Trading System. ICTSD and Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Geneva
Bianchi, Andrea and Gradoni, Lorenzo (2008) Developing Countries, Countermeasures and WTO Law: Reinterpreting the DSU against the Background of International Law. Geneva
Ghosh, Arunabha and Gangania, Himani (2012) Governing Clean Energy Subsidies: What, Why and How Legal? Geneva
ICTSD (2011) Fostering Low Carbon Growth – The Case for a Sustainable Energy Trade Agreement. Geneva
Jha, Veena (2009) Trade Flows, Barriers and Market Drivers in Renewable Energy Supply Goods: The Need to Level the Playing Field. Geneva
Kuijper, Pieter Jan (2010) Conflicting Rules and Clashing Courts: The Case of Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Free Trade Agreements and the WTO. Geneva
Lako, Paul (2008) Mapping Climate Mitigation Technologies and Associated Goods within the Renewable Energy Supply Sector. Geneva
Rodríguez, Miguel (2011) ‘Towards plurilateral plus agreements’, Essay for the Trade and Development Symposium, Perspectives on the Multilateral Trading System. ICTSD and the Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Geneva
Vossenaar, René (2010) Climate-Related Single-Use Environmental Goods. Geneva
Wind, Izaak (2008) HS Codes and the Renewable Energy Sector. Geneva
Aust, Anthony (2000) Modern Treaty Law and Practice. Cambridge University Press
Cottier, Thomas and Elsig, Manfred (eds.) (2011) Governing the World Trade Organization: Past, Present and Beyond Doha, including Narlikar, Amrita, ‘Adapting to new power balances: institutional reform in the WTO’. Cambridge University Press: 111128
Hoda, Anwarul (2011) Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices. Cambridge University Press
Hufbauer, Gary, Charnovitz, Steve and Kim, Jisun. (2009) Global Warming and the World Trading System. Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC
Jennings, Robert and Watts, Arthur (eds.) (1992) Oppenheim’s International Law. Longman, London
Lang, W. (ed.) (1995) Sustainable Development and International Law. Graham & Trotman, London
McLachlan, Campbell, Shore, Laurence and Weiniger, Matthew (2007) International Investment Arbitration: Substantive Principles. Oxford University Press
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003) Conflict of Norms in Public International Law: How WTO Law Relates to Other Rules of Public International Law. Cambridge University Press
Pettigrew, Pierre et al. (2007) The Multilateral Trade Regime: Which Way Forward? The Report of the First Warwick Commission, University of Warwick
Rubini, Luca (2009) The Definition of Subsidy and State Aid: WTO and EC Law in Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press
Steger, Debra (ed.) (2010) Redesigning the World Trade Organization for the Twenty-First Century, including Elsig, Manfred, ‘WTO decision-making: can we get a little help from the Secretariat and the critical mass?Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario: 6790
Sutherland, Peter et al. (2005) Addressing Institutional Challenges in the New Millennium. Report by the Consultative Board to the former Director-General Supachai Panitchpakdi. WTO, Geneva
Villiger, Mark (2009) Commentary on the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. Martinus Nijhoff, Boston, MA
World Commission on Environment and Development (1997) Our Common Future. Oxford University Press
Bagwell, Kyle and Staiger, Robert (2006) ‘Will international rules on subsidies disrupt the world trading system?’, The American Economic Review, 96 (3): 877895
Ehlermann, Claus-Dieter and Ehring, Lothar (2005) ‘Decision-making in the World Trade Organization: is the consensus practice of the World Trade Organization adequate for making, revising and implementing rules on international trade?’, Journal of International Economic Law, 8 (1): 5175
Faizel, Ismail and Vickers, Brendan (2011) ‘Fairer decision-making in the WTO negotiations’, in Birkbeck, Carolyn Deere (ed.), Making Global Trade Governance Work for Development, University of Oxford, Global Economic Governance Program: 461485
Fliess, Barbara and Sauvé, Pierre (1997) Of Chips, Floppy Disks and Great Timing: Assessing the Information Technology Agreement. Institut Français des Relations Internationales and the Tokyo Club Foundation of Global Studies, Paris
Garcia Bercero, Ignacio (2000) ‘Functioning of the WTO system: elements for possible institutional reform’, International Trade Law and Regulation, 6 (4): 103115
Green, Andrew (2006) ‘Trade rules and climate change subsidies’, World Trade Review, 5 (3): 377414
Harbinson, Stuart (2009) The Doha Round: ‘Death-Defying Agenda’ or ‘Don’t Do It Again’?, European Centre for International Political Economy, Working Paper, No. 10/2009
Howse, Robert (2011) Climate Mitigation Subsidies and the WTO Legal Framework: A Policy Analysis. IISD, Winnipeg
Jackson, John (2001) ‘The WTO Constitution and proposed reforms: seven mantras revisited’, Journal of International Economic Law, 4 (1): 6778
Kennedy, Matthew (2011a) ‘Why are WTO Panels taking longer? And what can be done about it?’, Journal of World Trade, 45: 221253
Kennedy, Matthew (2011b) ‘Two single undertakings: can the WTO implement the results of a Round?’, Journal of International Economic Law, 14 (1): 77120
Low, Patrick (2009) WTO Decision-Making for the Future. Background Paper prepared for the Inaugural Conference of Thinking Ahead on International Trade. Geneva, 17–18 September
Lowenfeld, Andreas (1994) ‘Remedies along with rights: institutional reform in the new GATT’, American Journal of International Law, 88 (3): 477488
Odell, John (2005) ‘Chairing a WTO negotiation’, Journal of International Economic Law, 8 (2): 425448
Pauwelyn, Joost (2001) ‘The role of public international law in the WTO: how far can we go?’, American Journal of International Law, 95: 535577
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003a) ‘A typology of multilateral treaty obligations: are WTO obligations bilateral or collective in nature?’, European Journal of International Law, 14 (5): 907951
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003b) ‘WTO compassion or superiority complex?: What to make of the WTO waiver for “conflict Diamonds”’, Michigan Journal of International Law, 24: 11771207
Pauwelyn, Joost and Salles, Luiz Eduardo (2009) ‘Forum shopping before international tribunals: (real) concerns, (im)possible solutions’, Cornell International Law Journal, 42 (1): 77118
Poretti, Pietro (2008) ‘Waiting for Godot: subsidy disciplines in services trade’, in Panizzon, Marion et al. (eds.), GATS and the Regulation of International Trade in Services. Cambridge University Press: 466489
Rubini, Luca (2012) ‘Ain’t wastin’ time no more: subsidies for renewable energy, the SCM Agreement, policy space, and law reform’, Journal of International Economic Law, 15 (2): 525579
Vranes, Erich (2006) ‘The definition of norm conflict in international law and legal theory’, European Journal of International Law, 17 (2): 395418
Bacchus, James (2011) ‘A way forward for the WTO’, Essay for the Trade and Development Symposium, Perspectives on the Multilateral Trading System. ICTSD and Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Geneva
Bianchi, Andrea and Gradoni, Lorenzo (2008) Developing Countries, Countermeasures and WTO Law: Reinterpreting the DSU against the Background of International Law. Geneva
Ghosh, Arunabha and Gangania, Himani (2012) Governing Clean Energy Subsidies: What, Why and How Legal? Geneva
ICTSD (2011) Fostering Low Carbon Growth – The Case for a Sustainable Energy Trade Agreement. Geneva
Jha, Veena (2009) Trade Flows, Barriers and Market Drivers in Renewable Energy Supply Goods: The Need to Level the Playing Field. Geneva
Kuijper, Pieter Jan (2010) Conflicting Rules and Clashing Courts: The Case of Multilateral Environmental Agreements, Free Trade Agreements and the WTO. Geneva
Lako, Paul (2008) Mapping Climate Mitigation Technologies and Associated Goods within the Renewable Energy Supply Sector. Geneva
Rodríguez, Miguel (2011) ‘Towards plurilateral plus agreements’, Essay for the Trade and Development Symposium, Perspectives on the Multilateral Trading System. ICTSD and the Swiss Federal Department of Economic Affairs, Geneva
Vossenaar, René (2010) Climate-Related Single-Use Environmental Goods. Geneva
Wind, Izaak (2008) HS Codes and the Renewable Energy Sector. Geneva
Aust, Anthony (2000) Modern Treaty Law and Practice. Cambridge University Press
Cottier, Thomas and Elsig, Manfred (eds.) (2011) Governing the World Trade Organization: Past, Present and Beyond Doha, including Narlikar, Amrita, ‘Adapting to new power balances: institutional reform in the WTO’. Cambridge University Press: 111128
Hoda, Anwarul (2011) Tariff Negotiations and Renegotiations under the GATT and the WTO: Procedures and Practices. Cambridge University Press
Hufbauer, Gary, Charnovitz, Steve and Kim, Jisun. (2009) Global Warming and the World Trading System. Peterson Institute for International Economics, Washington, DC
Jennings, Robert and Watts, Arthur (eds.) (1992) Oppenheim’s International Law. Longman, London
Lang, W. (ed.) (1995) Sustainable Development and International Law. Graham & Trotman, London
McLachlan, Campbell, Shore, Laurence and Weiniger, Matthew (2007) International Investment Arbitration: Substantive Principles. Oxford University Press
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003) Conflict of Norms in Public International Law: How WTO Law Relates to Other Rules of Public International Law. Cambridge University Press
Pettigrew, Pierre et al. (2007) The Multilateral Trade Regime: Which Way Forward? The Report of the First Warwick Commission, University of Warwick
Rubini, Luca (2009) The Definition of Subsidy and State Aid: WTO and EC Law in Comparative Perspective. Oxford University Press
Steger, Debra (ed.) (2010) Redesigning the World Trade Organization for the Twenty-First Century, including Elsig, Manfred, ‘WTO decision-making: can we get a little help from the Secretariat and the critical mass?Wilfrid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario: 6790
Sutherland, Peter et al. (2005) Addressing Institutional Challenges in the New Millennium. Report by the Consultative Board to the former Director-General Supachai Panitchpakdi. WTO, Geneva
Villiger, Mark (2009) Commentary on the 1969 Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties. Martinus Nijhoff, Boston, MA
World Commission on Environment and Development (1997) Our Common Future. Oxford University Press
Bagwell, Kyle and Staiger, Robert (2006) ‘Will international rules on subsidies disrupt the world trading system?’, The American Economic Review, 96 (3): 877895
Ehlermann, Claus-Dieter and Ehring, Lothar (2005) ‘Decision-making in the World Trade Organization: is the consensus practice of the World Trade Organization adequate for making, revising and implementing rules on international trade?’, Journal of International Economic Law, 8 (1): 5175
Faizel, Ismail and Vickers, Brendan (2011) ‘Fairer decision-making in the WTO negotiations’, in Birkbeck, Carolyn Deere (ed.), Making Global Trade Governance Work for Development, University of Oxford, Global Economic Governance Program: 461485
Fliess, Barbara and Sauvé, Pierre (1997) Of Chips, Floppy Disks and Great Timing: Assessing the Information Technology Agreement. Institut Français des Relations Internationales and the Tokyo Club Foundation of Global Studies, Paris
Garcia Bercero, Ignacio (2000) ‘Functioning of the WTO system: elements for possible institutional reform’, International Trade Law and Regulation, 6 (4): 103115
Green, Andrew (2006) ‘Trade rules and climate change subsidies’, World Trade Review, 5 (3): 377414
Harbinson, Stuart (2009) The Doha Round: ‘Death-Defying Agenda’ or ‘Don’t Do It Again’?, European Centre for International Political Economy, Working Paper, No. 10/2009
Howse, Robert (2011) Climate Mitigation Subsidies and the WTO Legal Framework: A Policy Analysis. IISD, Winnipeg
Jackson, John (2001) ‘The WTO Constitution and proposed reforms: seven mantras revisited’, Journal of International Economic Law, 4 (1): 6778
Kennedy, Matthew (2011a) ‘Why are WTO Panels taking longer? And what can be done about it?’, Journal of World Trade, 45: 221253
Kennedy, Matthew (2011b) ‘Two single undertakings: can the WTO implement the results of a Round?’, Journal of International Economic Law, 14 (1): 77120
Low, Patrick (2009) WTO Decision-Making for the Future. Background Paper prepared for the Inaugural Conference of Thinking Ahead on International Trade. Geneva, 17–18 September
Lowenfeld, Andreas (1994) ‘Remedies along with rights: institutional reform in the new GATT’, American Journal of International Law, 88 (3): 477488
Odell, John (2005) ‘Chairing a WTO negotiation’, Journal of International Economic Law, 8 (2): 425448
Pauwelyn, Joost (2001) ‘The role of public international law in the WTO: how far can we go?’, American Journal of International Law, 95: 535577
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003a) ‘A typology of multilateral treaty obligations: are WTO obligations bilateral or collective in nature?’, European Journal of International Law, 14 (5): 907951
Pauwelyn, Joost (2003b) ‘WTO compassion or superiority complex?: What to make of the WTO waiver for “conflict Diamonds”’, Michigan Journal of International Law, 24: 11771207
Pauwelyn, Joost and Salles, Luiz Eduardo (2009) ‘Forum shopping before international tribunals: (real) concerns, (im)possible solutions’, Cornell International Law Journal, 42 (1): 77118
Poretti, Pietro (2008) ‘Waiting for Godot: subsidy disciplines in services trade’, in Panizzon, Marion et al. (eds.), GATS and the Regulation of International Trade in Services. Cambridge University Press: 466489
Rubini, Luca (2012) ‘Ain’t wastin’ time no more: subsidies for renewable energy, the SCM Agreement, policy space, and law reform’, Journal of International Economic Law, 15 (2): 525579
Vranes, Erich (2006) ‘The definition of norm conflict in international law and legal theory’, European Journal of International Law, 17 (2): 395418
Cottier, Thomas and Delimatsis, Panagiotis (eds.) (2011) The Prospects of International Trade Regulation: From Fragmentation to Coherence, including Cottier, Thomas et al., ‘Energy in WTO law and policy’. Cambridge University Press: 211244
Cottier, Thomas et al. (eds.) (2009) International Trade Regulation and the Mitigation of Climate Change, including Cottier, Thomas and Baracol-Pinhão, Donah, ‘Environmental goods and services: the Environmental Area Initiative approach and climate change’. Cambridge University Press: 395419
EPO–UNEP–ICTSD joint 2010 report on Clean Energy Technologies, www.epo.org/news-issues/issues/clean-energy/study.html
Lawrence, Robert (2006) ‘Rulemaking amidst growing diversity: a club-of-clubs approach to WTO reform and new issue selection’, Journal of International Economic Law, 9 (4): 823835
Nottage, Hunter and Sebastian, Thomas (2006) ‘Giving legal effect to the results of WTO trade negotiations: an analysis of the methods of changing WTO law’, Journal of International Economic Law, 9 (4): 9891016
Wilke, Marie (2011) Feed-in Tariffs for Renewable Energy and WTO Subsidy Rules: An Initial Legal Analysis. ICTSD, Geneva