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Chris Brummer
Joost Pauwelyn

About the journal

The Journal of International Economic Law is dedicated to encouraging thoughtful and scholarly attention to a very broad range of subjects that concern the relation of law to international economic activity …

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Call for Papers

The 2017 Annual Conference on WTO Law is accepting submissions from young scholars as well as more seasoned academics and practitioners. The conference will be held in Geneva from June 9 – 10, and the submission deadline is 1 March 2017.

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Intellectual Property and International Investment

Explore the special issue from the Journal of International Economic Law and read Intellectual Property Rights as Protected Investments: How Open are the Gates?’ by Carlos Correa and Jorge E. Viñuales for free.

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Submitting your paper to the Journal of International Economic Law is now even easier. The journal uses a simple online submission system - Scholar One Manuscripts.

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In Tribute to John H. Jackson

John Jackson Prize

Congratulations to Gregory Shaffer, Robert Wolfe and Vinhcent Le, winners of the inaugural John Jackson Prize with their article Can Informal Law Discipline Subsidies?

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Special issue in remembrance

Volume 19 Issue 2 was put together in memory of Professor John H. Jackson, founding editor of the Journal of International Economic Law. The contents of this issue will be free to read online until the end of 2017. Contents include a Guest Editorial by Michael Gadbaw and sections on Professor Jackson’s contributions to the field from International Economic and Sovereignty, Trade and Linkages with other Disciplines, and International Law and Human Rights to personal remembrances.

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