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The book makes advances in developing the normative criterion for ecaluation and justifying the international economic legal order". Law -- Economic aspects -- Congresses. Hukuk -- Ekonomik etkiler -- Kongreler. Distributive justice -- Congresses.
Global Justice and International Economic Law
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Global justice and international economic law : opportunities and prospects
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Since the beginnings of the GATT and the Bretton Woods institutions, and on to the creation of the WTO, states have continued to develop institutions and legal infrastructure to promote global interdependence. International economic law, a field dominated by legal regimes to liberalize international trade but that also includes international financial law and international law relating to economic development, has become a dense web of treaty commitments at the multilateral, regional, and bilateral levels.
International lawyers are experts in understanding how these institutions operate in practice, but they tend to uncritically accept comparative advantage as the principal normative criterion to justify these institutions. In contrast, moral and political philosophers have developed accounts of global justice, but these accounts have had relatively little influence on international legal scholarship and on institutional design.