"'Undertaking a Research Handbook in International Economic Law is an enormous challenge, and I believe the scholars mobilized for this project have fully met that challenge. The selection of topics is comprehensive, the footnotes and bibliographies are careful and copious, and the writing is lucid, understandable by beginners as well as experts. As I go about revising my own treatise on international economic law, the Handbook will be my constant guide.' - Andreas F. Lowenfeld, New York University School of Law, US 'Despite its rather modest title, the book Research Handbook in International Economic Law edited by Andrew T. Guzman and Alan O. Sykes is a remarkable collection which certainly will be welcomed as an important reference and analytical commentary for even those most knowledgeable about IEL. The editors have marshaled authors and co-authors for fourteen different chapters, covering virtually all the crucial subjects under international economic law. These authors are clearly well chosen for their respective expertise which is manifested in each chapter by describing and analyzing specific subject material with a merged perspective of law, economics and political science. However, this is also indeed a "handbook" in providing in accessible form and limited text length a detailed overview of subjects ranging from the essentials of international economics, to roadmaps for understanding the WTO, dispute settlement, investment, finance, competition, telecommunications and many more. The editors' ambition is truly impressive, and has been admirably realized.' - John H. Jackson, Georgetown University Law Center, US"
About the Author
Edited by Andrew T. Guzman
, Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley and Alan O. Sykes
, Professor of Law, Stanford University