This book addresses recent changes in international business such as the growth of the global market, the relative success in abolishing non-tariff protection as well as new developments in the interface between the public and private sectors. Key features: * Codifies the policy developments on international business law; * Provides for a taxonomy of themes that have merged through litigation; * Delivers an in-depth analysis on the reasoning and rationale of the legal farmework of international business; * Illustrates the way the jurisprudence has been influencing policy and law making; * Links relevant issues under discussion with the ever-important debate on the role of international business law in establishing a genuine framework for international trade; * Comprehensive in approach, the volume captures relevant precedent analysis and reasoning on issues relating to international business. * Within each topic of discussion, the position of international organizations, government and the industry are identified and cross-referenced to for classification purposes. This book provides a valuable resource for academics, students and practitioners in the area of international business.
Christopher Bovis is H.K. Bevan Chair in Law at the Law School of the University of Hull, UK