World trade law after neoliberalism : re-imagining the global economic order / Andrew Lang.
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- Oxford, England : Oxford University Press, 2011.
1 online resource (416 p.)
- Foreign trade regulation -- Political aspects.
Free trade -- Political aspects.
International economic relations -- Political aspects.
- Electronic books.
- It is often argued that there is an inherent tension between human rights law and the rules of free trade. This book explores the assumptions underlying this debate and argues that we need to reconsider them, focusing more on how expert knowledge and informal relationships shape trade law and its interaction with human rights.
Part I Regime Encounters: Trade And Human Rights
2 ‘Trade and Human Rights’ in Historical Perspective
3 The Global Justice Movement
4 Inter-Regime Contestation
5 The Limits of Coherence
Part II The Trade Regime And The Neoliberal Turn
6 Against Objectivism
7 Embedded Liberalism and Purposive Law
8 Neoliberalism and the Formal-Technical Turn
9 Trade in Services
Part III Conclusion
10 Conclusion: After Neoliberalism?
- Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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