Through conceptual and structural analysis coupled with local analysis and a China-focused case study, this book investigates the socio-legal dimension of the interaction between international economic law and human rights, and particularly the relationships between local arrangements and international legal regulations and rules. The common thread of the chapters in this collection is a focus on the application of socio-legal normative paradigms in building knowledge and policy support for coordinating local performance with international trade and human rights standards in ways that are mutually sustaining. The authors also suggest new approaches to government policies on trade development and human rights protection.
The substantive excellence and complexity of the research presented make it an excellent resource for students and scholars of International Law.
Contributors include: S. Biddulph, L. Biukovic, E. Cedillo, T. Cottier, D. Drache, M. Hirsch, M. Mitrani, E.-U. Petersmann, P. Potter, N. Ramirez-Espinosa, L. Toohey, V. Vadi
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