ENFORCING WORLD TRADE RULES:

Essays on WTO Dispute Settlement and GATT Obligations

William Davey

Whilst it looks as if the current negotiating round - the Doha Round - is on hold - it is unlikely that it can be completed before the US President’s Trade Promotion Authority runs out in the summer of 2007, the WTO continues to increase its membership (Vietnam acceded in early November 2006) and the dispute settlement system continues to operate robustly. William Davey provides readers with a unique insight of the system, garnered partly from four years as the WTO’s Legal Affairs Director. Enforcing World Trade Rules is a collection of essays on the most pertinent and contemporary issues relating to the World Trade Organization’s dispute settlement system and the basic obligations found in the WTO agreements.

ISBN 10: 1 905017 40 5

ISBN 13: 978 1 905017 40 9

• Hardback • £125.00