International Commercial Law: Principles and practices considers the multifaceted nature of international commercial law and explains the rules, principles, policies and practices that comprise this area of law and the wide-ranging influences that shape it
The book provides an extensive analysis of the wider policy, moral, economic and political considerations underpinning international commercial law. - It analyses and evaluates existing standards and practices, and suggests proposals for reform. - It encourages readers to make informed judgments regarding the interpretation of relevant legal standards and to make predictions about how the law is likely to develop.
Preface 1. Themes and perspectives in international commercial law 2. Sources of international commercial law 3. The corporation in international commercial law 4. Fundamental international trade norms 5. The regulation of foreign investment 6. Contracts of sale of goods 7. International carriage of goods by sea 8. International carriage of goods by air and land 9. Contemporary analysis of international trade 10. Resolving international commercial law disputes 11. The WTO dispute resolution process