AJWH Vol. 13.2 (Special Issue)

Special Issue on “Revisiting ‘Exceptions’ under International Economic Law”


Forward to the Special Issue on “Revisiting ‘Exceptions’ under International Economic Law”

Tsai-yu Lin  [Full Text]


Commercializing National Security? National Security Exceptions’ Outer Parameter under GATT Article XXI

Jaemin Lee  [Abstract[SSRN]

Petrificus Totalus: The Spell of National Security!

R.V. Anuradha  [Abstract[SSRN]

WTO and the Protection of Public Morals

R. Rajesh Babu  [Abstract] [SSRN]

Halal Food, Market Access and Exception to WTO Law: New Aspects Learned from Indonesia — Chicken Products

Haniff Ahamat & Nasarudin Abdul Rahman   [Abstract] [SSRN]

Revisiting the Public Moral/Order and the Security Exceptions under the GATS

Rolf H. Weber & Rainer Baisch  [Abstract] [SSRN]

The Evolving Prudential Exceptions in Regional Trade Agreements

Yueh-Ping (Alex) Yang   [Abstract] [SSRN]


Balancing Consumer Welfare and Public Interest in Competition Law

Ma. Joy V. Abrenica  [Abstract] [SSRN]

Other General Articles

“Soft Law” in International Law-Making How Soft International Taxation Law Is Reshaping International Economic Governance

Julien Chaisse & Xueliang Ji  [Abstract] [SSRN]


What Should China Learn from the CPTPP Environmental Provisions?

Haifeng Deng & Jie (Jeanne) Huang  [Abstract] [SSRN]


Subsidy Extinction and the Distinction Between Company and Shareholders under the SCM Agreement: Proposing a Control-Centered Approach

Chih-yuan Lo  [Abstract] [SSRN]