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245 04 The WTO dispute settlement mechanism :|ba developing 
       country perspective /|cedited by Alberto do Amaral Junior,
       Luciana Maria de Oliveira Sa Pires, Cristiane Lucena 
       Carneiro 
264  1 Cham :|bSpringer International Publishing :|bImprint: 
       Springer,|c2019 
300    1 online resource (xvii, 387 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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520    This book offers a multidisciplinary approach to the WTO 
       Dispute Settlement Mechanism and provides a "developing 
       country" perspective over issues that are likely to remain
       at the center of the scholarly and policy debate for years
       to come. "This volume brings together an outstanding group
       of trade law experts trained and socialized in developing 
       states, primarily Brazil. Focusing on broad systemic 
       issues and specific disputes, these essays substantially 
       advance our understanding of developing states' role in 
       the WTO dispute system. The impressive contributions to 
       this volume reveal both the promise and the limits of WTO 
       dispute settlement and should attract a broad and 
       interdisciplinary readership." Prof. Jeffrey Dunoff, 
       Beasley School of Law, Temple University "The rules-based 
       multilateral trading system faces an unprecedented set of 
       challenges. This important and unique volume of essays 
       analyses these challenges. It is important because it 
       provides a sophisticated analysis of both technical 
       complexities of the WTO and its Dispute Settlement 
       Mechanism as well as their broader political and economic 
       context. It is unique in drawing on the knowledge and 
       experience of the extensive Brazilian community of 
       experts; in providing excellent and in-depth analysis of 
       many of the cases and issues in which Brazil has been 
       involved as its role and importance within the WTO has 
       expanded; and in elaborating a view of the trading system 
       that reflects the interests and values of the Global 
       South." Prof. Andrew Hurrell, Oxford University "This book
       is a timely contribution to debates on international trade
       in an era of increasing protagonism by emerging powers in 
       the global trading system. The contributors devote special
       attention to the role that transnational epistemic 
       communities of trade specialists have played in building 
       up and maintaining the system. What is especially 
       interesting about the edited volume is that it provides a 
       perspective on the WTO from scholars and practitioners 
       based in Brazil, a country whose government has been 
       particularly active in the organisation and which has been
       prominent in challenging inequalities in world trade and 
       the unilateral tendencies of the long-established powers. 
       Anyone who wants to understand the changing global order, 
       which is simultaneously becoming more multilateral and 
       more economically nationalist, would benefit from reading 
       this book." Prof. Anthony W. Pereira, Brazil Institute, 
       King's College London 
610 20 World Trade Organization|vRules and practice 
610 20 General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (Organization)
       |vRules and practice 
650  0 International commercial arbitration 
650  0 Dispute resolution (Law) 
650  0 Commercial policy 
650 14 International Economic Law, Trade Law 
650 24 International Economics 
650 24 International Relations 
650 24 Sources and Subjects of International Law, International 
       Organizations 
700 1  Amaral Junior, Alberto do,|eeditor 
700 1  Pires, Luciana Maria de Oliveira Sa,|eeditor 
700 1  Carneiro, Cristiane Lucena,|eeditor 
710 2  SpringerLink (Online service) 
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