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At a time when developments in WTO law have made this field increasingly complex, this concise and non-technical introduction provides a timely and carefully considered overview of the substantive rules and institutional arrangements of the WTO. A variety of text features enables a rich understanding of the law: illustrative examples clarify important issues of the law and demonstrate the law's practical application; boxed summaries of key rulings in WTO case law highlight the interpretation of the relevant provisions and lead readers to a deep understanding of the meaning and application of legal rules; and recommendations for further reading allow readers to engage with current debates. Online resources include links to useful sources of information for work and research within the field. Co-written by a leading authority in the field, this is essential reading for anyone who wants to get to grips with this fascinating yet challenging field of law.
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'For novice students, academics and practitioners, Essentials of WTO Law is an indispensable starting point for understanding the law and practice of the WTO. In a very clear and succinct style, the authors succeed in conveying to a very wide audience the essence of the function of the WTO, the structure and meaning of its agreements, and the role of the WTO dispute settlement system and its case law. It is the leading primer in WTO law.' Isabelle Van Damme, Référendaire in the chambers of Advocate General Sharpston at the Court of Justice of the European Union, Luxembourg, and Visiting Lecturer, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium
'This is an excellent overview of the law and policy of the World Trade Organization system. It is lucidly written and identifies issues that would draw the attention of both beginners and established international trade lawyers. It is without doubt a recommended reading for both students and established trade lawyers.' Yenkong Ngangjoh-Hodu, University of Manchester
'Van den Bossche and Prévost provide a clear and concise introduction to WTO law. Their book provides an overview of the key agreements, rules and issues, in a form that is significantly less intimidating than existing volumes. It should be particularly helpful in making the subject accessible to new students, and to non-law students needing a working knowledge of the key legal issues.' Oisin Suttle, University of Sheffield
'This book is a must read for students. It provides a concise and comprehensive analysis of WTO law and practice, including accessibility to key concepts and relevant case law, besides which it is an essential source of up-to-date information on latest developments in the field.' Mary Footer, University of Nottingham
'Essentials of WTO Law by van den Bossche and Prévost masterfully combines the knowledge and experience of an Appellate Body Member and a renowned expert in trade and health issues, respectively, to offer to undergraduate students and other trade law and policy enthusiasts an accessible yet systematic discussion of WTO law basics.' Panagiotis Delimatsis, Universiteit van Tilburg, The Netherlands
Intended for students and policy-makers looking to gain a good understanding of WTO law, this overview of the main rules and procedures of the WTO is written in a concise, accessible and non-technical manner, and provides both illustrative examples and reading lists to facilitate further learning.
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