Foreword / Pitman B. PotterIntroduction: Grey Zones of International Economic Law and Global Governance / Daniel Drache and Lesley A. JacobsPart 1: Hot Button Issues in Global Governance1 A Crafty Madness Kept Aloof: Anti-Dumping as Faulted Global Governance / Tomer Broude2 The Anti-Dumping Wars: An Analysis of Unfair Trading Suits, 1995-2011 / Daniel Drache and Yin Jiyuan3 Investor-State Dispute Settlement Mechanisms in International Economic Law / Lesley A. Jacobs4 The WTO and the Future of Subsidies and Food Security / Carlos M. CorreaPart 2: Global Trade and Local Adaptation5 Is Anti-Dumping a Smart Policy for Global South Countries? / Welber Barral6 Grey Zones in the European Union: Between Flexibility and Uniformity of the State Aid Rules / Ljiljana BiukovicPart 3: Labour and Food Rights in the Global Policy Arena7 A New Grey Zone in Global Trade Governance? Recent Developments on Food Security at the WTO / Matias E. Margulis8 Labour Relations and Trade Policy in China: Opportunities for Coordinated Compliance / Pitman B. Potter9 What Constitutes Legitimate Policy Space for Food Security? / Katie SykesPart 4: The Greening of International Economic Law10 Renewable Energy and WTO Law: More Policy Space or Enhanced International Disciplines? / Thomas Cottier11 Green Energy Programs and the WTO Subsidies Agreement: Is There Enough Policy Space? / Debra P. StegerConclusion: Living in a Dangerous Age: Trade Policy Options for Canada / Daniel Drache and Lesley A. JacobsIndex
Grey Zones in International Economic Law and Global Governance examines contested zones of global governance to understand state policy and market behaviour in the current era.
Daniel Drache is a professor emeritus of political science at York University and senior research fellow at the Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies. His publications include Defiant Publics: The Unprecedented Reach of the Global Citizen; The Daunting Enterprise of the Law: Essays in Honour of Harry Arthurs (edited with Simon Archer and Peer Zumbasen); Linking Global Trade and Human Rights: New Policy Space in Hard Economic Times (edited with Lesley A. Jacobs); Publics rebelles: Le pouvoir sans precedent du citoyen du monde; and One Road, Many Dreams: China's Bold Infrastructural Initiative to Re-Make the Global Economy (forthcoming, with Adam Kingsmith and Duan Qi).Lesley A. Jacobs holds the York Research Chair in Human Rights and Access to Justice at York University, where he teaches political science and law and society. He also teaches in the Graduate Program of Law at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Graduate Program in Socio-Legal Studies. He is a Fellow in the Royal Society of Canada. His many books include Rights and Deprivation; The Democratic Vision of Politics; Pursuing Equal Opportunities: The Theory and Practice of Egalitarian Justice; Balancing Competing Human Rights in a Diverse Society; Linking Global Trade and Human Rights: New Policy Space in Hard Economic Times (edited with Daniel Drache); and Privacy Rights in the Global Digital Economy: Legal Problems and Canadian Paths to Justice.Contributors: Welber Barral, Ljiljana Biukovic, Tomer Broude, Carlos M. Correa, Thomas Cottier, Matias E. Margulis, Pitman B. Potter, Debra Steger, Katie Sykes, Yin Jiyuan