International Economic Law presents comprehensive analysis of key problems in international economic relations in the framework of public international law – enabling a thorough understanding of what is a complex and dynamic area of law. Covering all elements of the standard course model offered at undergraduate and postgraduate level, it focuses on the issues that the International Economic Order face whilst elucidating the fundamental concepts and norms of International Economic Law.
International Economic Law examines key problems of international economic relations in the framework of public international law – enabling a thorough understanding of what is a complex and dynamic area of law.
- Focuses on international monetary law, international trade law, international law relating to factor movement (labour movement and international investment), international fiscal law and international development law
- Combines all the key cases and materials on International economic law with in-depth commentary to provide readers with everything they need in one place
- Sets the subject in context with an introductory focus on the foundations of international economic law
- Describes the workings and influence of the IMF, WTO and the World Bank
- Includes references to international agreements and the jurisprudence of international courts, in particular the WTO