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International experts from law, economics and political science provide in-depth analysis of international trade issues. Attorneys, economists and political scientists adopt a common viewpoint, entitled 'transcending the ostensible'. This approach directs particular attention to the possibility that WTO legal institutions, like other international legal institutions, will function in unexpected ways due to the political and economic conditions of the international environment in which they have been created, and in which they operate. A range of trade problems are considered here. Topics include the constitutional dimensions of international trade law, adding subjects and restructuring existing subjects to international trade law, the legal relations between developed and developing countries, and the operation of the WTO dispute settlement procedure. This will be an essential volume for professionals and academics involved with international trade policy.

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Review of the hardback:‘The uniformly well-written essays provide a fascinating look into the WTO, offering insights into WTO negotiations as well as national government decision-making and the operations of the WTO Secretariat … the intended audience … will find much of interest and value in this volume.’

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Bibliography of works by ROBERT E. HUDEC
Bibliography of works by Robert E. Hudec (as of December 31, 2000)
Books
The Gatt Legal System and World Trade Diplomacy (New York: Praeger, 1975) (399 pp.); second ed. (Salem, NH: Butterworth, 1990) (376 pp.)
Adjudication of International Trade Disputes, Thames Essay No. 16 (London: Trade Policy Research Center, 1978) (86 pp.)
Developing Countries in the Gatt Legal System, Thames Essay No. 50 (London: Gower, for the Trade Policy Research Center, 1987) (250 pp.); Japanese translation published under the title GATT TO TOJOKOKU (Shinzamsha, 1992) (324 pp.)
Enforcing International Trade Law: The Evolution of the Modern Gatt Legal System (Salem, NH: Butterworth Legal Publishers, 1993) (630 pp.)
Fair Trade and Harmonization: Prerequisites for Free Trade? (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Robert E. Hudec eds., 1996) (2 vols.)
Essays On The Nature Of International Trade Law (London: Cameron May, 1999) (387 pp.)
Articles
The GATT Legal System: A Diplomat's Jurisprudence, 4 J. World Trade L.615–665 (1970), reprinted as El Sistema del GATT: jurisprudentia diplomatica, 8 Derecho De Integracion34–66 (Buenos Aires, 1971)
GATT or GABB? The Future Design of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 80 Yale L. J.1299–1386 (1971)
Trade Policy Consequences of Canadian Foreign Investment Policy, 6 Case Western Reserve J. Int'L L. 74–81 (1973)
Retaliation Against “Unreasonable” Foreign Trade Practices: The New Section 301 and GATT Nullification and Impairment, 59 Minnesota L. Rev. 461–539 (1975)
United States Compliance with the 1967 GATT Antidumping Code, 1 Michigan YB Int'L Legal Studies205–229 (1979)
GATT Dispute Settlement after the Tokyo Round: An Unfinished Business, 13 Cornell Int'L L. J.145–203 (1980)
Restating the Reliance Interest, 67 Cornell L. Rev. 704–734 (1982)
“Transcending the Ostensible”: Some Reflections on the Nature of Litigation between Governments (Melvin C. Steen Professorship Inaugural Lecture), 72 Minnesota L. Rev.211–226 (1987)
Reforming GATT Adjudication Procedures: The Lessons of the DISC Case, 72 Minnesota L. Rev.1443–1509 (1988)
GATT and the Developing Countries, 1992 Columbia Bus. L. Rev. 67–77 (1992)
With Daniel, L. M. Kennedy & Mark, Sgarbossa, A Statistical Profile of GATT Dispute Settlement Cases, 2 Minnesota J. Global Trade1-113 (1993)
With Daniel, A. Farber, Free Trade and the Regulatory State: A GATT's-Eye View of the Dormant Commerce Clause, 47 Vanderbilt L. Rev.1401–1440 (1994)
Differences in National Environmental Standards: The Level Playing Field Dimension, 5 Minnesota J. Global Trade1–28 (1996)
Monographs
Applying Unfair Trade Laws to Products of State-Controlled Economies, inInterface One (Georgetown University, Institute for Int'l & Foreign Trade Law, Don Wallace, Jr., George C. Spina, & Richard M. Rawson eds., 1980) pp. 27–33
Unfair Trade Policy after the Tokyo Round, inInterface Two: Conference Proceedings on the Legal Framework of East-West Trade (Georgetown University, Institute for Int'l & Foreign Trade Law, Don Wallace, Jr. & David A. Flores eds., 1982) pp. 7–36, 80–98
Regulation of Domestic Subsidies under the MTN Subsidies Code, inInterface Three: Legal Treatment of Domestic Subsidies (Washington, DC: International Law Institute, Don Wallace, Jr. Frank J. Loftus, & Van Z. Krikorian eds., 1984) pp. 1–18
The Legal Status of GATT in the Domestic Law of the United States, inThe European Community andGATT, vol. IV, Studies in Transnational Economic Law (Deventer: Kluwer, Meinhard Hilf, Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, & Francis G. Jacobs eds., 1986) pp. 187–249
Legal Issues in US/EC Trade Policy: GATT Litigation 1960–1985, inIssues inUS-EC Trade Relations (University of Chicago Press, for National Bureau for Economic Research, Robert E. Baldwin, André Sapir, & Carl B. Hamilton eds., 1988) pp. 17–57
Tiger, Tiger, in the House: A Critical Appraisal of the Case Against Discriminatory Trade Measures, inThe New Gatt Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Legal and Economic Problems (Deventer: Kluwer, Meinhard Hilf & Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann eds., 1988) pp. 165–212
The Structure of South–South Trade Preferences in the 1988 GSTP Agreement: Learning to Say MFMFN, in Developing Countries and The Global Trading System: vol. I, Thematic Studies from a Ford Foundation Supported Project (London: MacMillan, John Whalley ed., 1989) pp. 210–237
Thinking About the New Section 301: Beyond Good and Evil, inAggressive Unilateralism; America's 301 Policy and the World Trading System (University of Michigan Press, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Hugh T. Patrick eds., 1990) pp. 111–157. Published also in a Japanese translation of the same volume, under the title Supa 301 Jo no Kyakkenteki Koatsu, inSupa 301 Jo: Tsuyomaru “Ipposhugi” No Kensho (Simul Press, S. Watanabe, translator, 1991) pp. 93–163
Dispute Settlement, inCompleting the Uruguay Round (Washington, DC: Institute for Int'l Economics, Jeffrey J. Schott ed., 1990) pp. 180–204
The Legal and Political Significance of the Uruguay Round, a paper delivered at a conference entitled “Toward New Rules for World Trade,” held in Tokyo by the MITI Research Institute on May 31–June 1, 1990, published only in Japanese under the title Horitsu-teki Seigi-teki Igi, in SEKAI BOEKI TAISEI (Tokyo: Toyo Keizai Shinpo-sha, R. Komiya ed., 1990)
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall: The Concept of Fairness in U.S. Foreign Trade Policy, inCanada, Japan and International Law (1990 Proceedings of the Canadian Council on International Law) pp. 88–110
The Judicialization of GATT Dispute Settlement, inIn Whose Interest? Due Process and Transparency in International Trade (Ottawa: Center for Trade Policy and Law, Carlton University, Michael Hart & Debra Steger eds., 1992) pp. 9–43
With Fred L. Morrison, Judicial Protection of Individual Rights under the Foreign Trade Laws of the United States, inNational Constitutions and International Economic Law (Deventer: Kluwer, Meinhard Hilf & Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann eds., 1993) pp. 91–133
The Role of Judicial Review in Preserving Liberal Foreign Trade Policies, inNational Constitutions and International Economic Law (Deventer: Kluwer, Meinhard Hilf & Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann eds., 1993) pp. 503–518
With Daniel A. Farber, GATT Legal Restraints on Domestic Environmental Regulations, inFair Trade and Harmonization: Prerequisites for Free Trade? (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Robert E. Hudec eds., 1996) vol. II, pp. 59–94
GATT Legal Restraints on the Use of Trade Measures Against Foreign Environmental Practices, inFair Trade and Harmonization: Prerequisites for Free Trade? (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Robert E. Hudec eds., 1996) vol. II, pp. 95–174
The GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement Process: Can it Reconcile Trade Rules with Environmental Needs? inEnforcing Environmental Standards: Economic Mechanisms as Viable Means? (Heidelberg: Springer, for Max Planck Institute, Rüdiger Wolfrum ed., 1996) pp. 123–164
Does the Agreement on Agriculture Work? Agricultural Disputes After the Uruguay Round, IATRC Working Paper 98–2 (International Agricultural Trade Research Consortium, 1998) 47 pp
The Role of the GATT Secretariat in the Evolution of the WTO Dispute Settlement Procedure, inThe Uruguay Round and Beyond: Essays in Honor of Arthur Dunkel (Berlin: Springer-Verlag, Jagdish N. Bhagwati & Mathias Hirsch eds., 1998)
GATT/WTO Constraints on National Regulation: Requiem for an “Aim and Effects” Test, 32 Int'L Lawyer 619–649 (1998)
The New WTO Dispute Settlement Procedure: An Overview of the First Three Years, 8 MinnesotaJ. Global Trade 1–53 (1999), published simultaneously as a PSIO Working Paper of the Graduate Institute of Advanced International Studies, University of Geneva, WTO Series Number 11
With James D. Southwick, Regionalism and WTO Rules: Problems in the Fine Art of Discriminating Fairly, inTrade Rules in the Making: Challenges in Regional and Multilateral Negotiations (Washington, DC: Brookings Press/OAS, Miguel Rodriguez Mendoza, Patrick Low & Barbara Kotchwar eds., 1999) pp. 47–80
A WTO Perspective on Private Anti-Competitive Behavior in World Markets, 34 New England L. Rev. 79–102 (1999)
The Relation of International Environmental Law to International Trade, inInternational, Regional and National Environmental Law (Deventer: Kluwer, Fred L. Morrison & Rüdiger Wolfrum eds., 2000) pp. 133–166
“Like Product” : The Differences in Meaning in GATT Articles I and III, inRegulatory Barriers and the Principle of Non-Discrimination in World Trade Law (University of Michigan Press, Thomas Cottier & Petros C. Mavroidis eds., 2000) pp. 101–123
The Product-Process Doctrine in WTO Jurisprudence, inNew Directions in International Economic Law: Essays in Honour of John H. Jackson (Boston: Kluwer, Marco Bronckers & Reinhard Quick eds., 2000) pp. 187–217
Broadening the Scope of Remedies in WTO Dispute Settlement, inImprovingWTO Dispute Settlement Procedures (London: Cameron May, Friedl Weiss & Jochem Wiers eds., 2000) pp. 345–376
Reviews
John, H. Jackson, World Trade and the Law of GATT, 5 J. World Trade L.365–376 (1971)
Carl, Fulda & Warren, Schwartz, Regulation of International Trade and Investment, 12 Virginia J. Int'L L.152–155 (1971)
Kenneth, W. Dam, The Rules of the Game: Reform and Evolution in the International Monetary System, 33 J. Legal Education546–549 (1983)
Petersmann, E. U., The GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement System: International Law, International Organizations and Dispute Settlement, 91 American J. Int'L L.750–752 (1997)
Addresses
Multilateral Trade Negotiations: Dispute Settlement, 1980 Proceedings of the American Soc. Int'L L. 129–134 (1980)
The Legal Framework of International Trade, inIndustry at the Crossroads (Michigan Papers in Japanese Studies, No. 7, 1982) pp. 17–26
An Approach to Antidumping and Countervailing Duty Laws, in BUILDING CANADIAN – AMERICAN FREE TRADE (Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, Edward Fried, Frank Stone, & Philip H. Trezise eds., 1987) pp. 111–119
Dispute Resolution under a North American Free Trade Area: The Importance of the Domestic Legal Setting, 12 Canada–United States L. J. 329–335 (1987)
Dispute Settlement in Agricultural Trade Matters: The Lessons of the GATT Experience, inU.S.–Canadian Agricultural Trade Challenges: Developing Common Approaches (Washington, DC: Resources for the Future, Kristen Allen & Katie Macmillan eds., 1988) pp. 145–153
Dispute Resolution Mechanisms: A Comment, inThe Canada–United States Free Trade Agreement: The Global Impact (Washington, DC: Institute for International Economics, Jeffrey J. Schott & Murray Smith eds. 1988) pp. 87–95
The FTA Provisions on Dispute-Settlement: The Lessons of the GATT Experience, inUnderstanding the Free Trade Agreement (Ottawa: Institute for Research on Public Policy, Donald McRae & Debra Steger eds., 1988) pp. 31–42
The Canada–U.S. Free Trade Agreement: New Directions in Dispute Settlement, 1989 Proceedings of the American Soc. of Int'L L. 257–263
Self Help in International Trade Disputes, 1990 Proceedings of the American Soc. of Int'L L. 33–38
GATT's Influence on Regional Agreements: A Comment, inNew Dimensions in Regional Integration (Cambridge University Press, Jaime de Melo & Arvind Panagariya eds., 1993) pp. 151–155
Circumventing Democracy: The Political Morality of Trade Negotiations, 25 N.Y.U.J. Int'L L. & Pol. 311–322 (1993)
Dispute Settlement, in OECD, The New World Trading System: Readings (Paris: OECD, 1994) pp. 135–139

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