6 edition of Fresh Water and International Economic Law (International Economic Law Series) found in the catalog.
September 26, 2005
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||512|
National, regional, and international law (public and private), policy and customary practices are all components of international economic law. International economic law encompasses a wide spectrum of subjects including trade in goods and services, financial law, economic integration, development law, business regulation and intellectual. International tax law; International environmental law; Sovereign debt and restructuring. Because of the breadth of international economic activities and transactions, international economic law is a highly interdisciplinary field of study. Decisions in one area, such as tax or financial regulation, can impact the transmission of monetary policy, which can, in turn, impact the effectiveness or operation of a .
The collection contains international treaties as well as other substantive regulations of the international economy. The material is arranged in two main sections, the first of which deals with institutions and cooperation, the second contains the most prominent examples of how substantive regulation of the international economy has been achieved. This chapter identifies the contrasting theoretical perspectives that aspire to understand and explain economical, environmental, political and social tensions over freshwater. Drawing on International Relations, it provides a fourfold framework to study water conflicts. First, it considers the physical condition of the resource to understand (and predict) the potential tensions over : Lucile Maertens, Géraldine Pflieger.
Any solution to the world's freshwater crisis must take into account the fact that there are more than international river basins, shared by over countries, covering some per cent of. This book addresses the diverse ways in which international law governs the uses, management, and protection of fresh water. The international law of fresh water is most comprehensively understood in the light of the different bodies of norms applicable to these varied uses and functions. The regulation of fresh water has primarily developed through the conclusion of treaties .
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Fresh Water and International Law analyzes the impacts of the international economic and legal framework on domestic fresh water resource management and protection. It discusses the effects water services liberalization have on human rights obligations relating to water supply, and provides an overview of the settlement of water-related by: Fresh Water and International Law analyzes the impacts of the international economic and legal framework on domestic fresh water resource management and protection.
It discusses the effects water services liberalization have on human rights obligations relating to water supply, and provides an overview of the settlement of water-related disputes.
This book addresses the diverse ways in which international law governs the uses, management, and protection of fresh water. The international law of fresh water is most comprehensively understood in the light of the different bodies of norms applicable to these varied uses and regulation of fresh water has primarily developed through the conclusion of treaties concerning international watercourses.
Get this from a library. Fresh water and international economic law. [Edith Brown Weiss; Laurence Boisson de Chazournes; Nathalie Bernasconi-Osterwalder;] -- This book addresses the key interdisciplinary issues that increasingly confront policy makers, tribunals, arbitration bodies and other institutions.
It focuses primarily on law, but also includes. The relationships between the international economic and legal framework on the one hand and fresh water resource management and protection on the other, are complex and multifaceted.
This book addresses the key interdisciplinary issues that increasingly confront policy makers, tribunals, arbitration bodies and other institutions.
Freshwater is an essential resource. This book offers a comprehensive international look at diverse issues arising from water use for human consumption, agriculture, energy, industry, waste disposal and ecosystem conservation. The contributions, written primarily but not exclusively by legal experts, are highly informed and by: 4.
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index Cooperation or confrontation: sustainable water use in an international context / Urs Luterbacher and Ellen Wiegandt -- Water transfers: a means to achieve sustainable water use / A.
Dan Tarlock -- Water transfers and international trade law / Edith Brown Weiss -- The human right to water / Stephen C. McCaffrey -- Water services at Pages: Fresh Water and International Economic Law Edited by Edith Brown Weiss, Laurence Boisson de Chazournes and Nathalie Bernasconi‐Osterwalder.
Joyeeta Gupta. Institute for Environmental Studies, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam UNESCO‐IHE Institute for Water Education, : Joyeeta Gupta.
A The progressive emergence of the economic facets of fresh water; B Fresh water and international trade. 1 Issues of qualification; 2 The applicability of WTO rules and principles if fresh water were to be considered as a good; 3 Applicable rules and principles if fresh water were to be considered as a service; 4 Water and environmental goods Author: Laurence Boisson de Chazournes.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the legal regime governing fresh water, its protection, management, and uses. It looks at the status of water in international law, taking into account its multi-faceted nature, whether environmental, social, cultural, or economic.
The book focuses on the issues that the International Economic Order will face whilst elucidating the fundamental concepts and norms of the law.
It describes the workings of the IMF, WTO and the World Bank, and studies liquidity and aid. Download International economic law (PDF 17P) Download free online book chm pdf. The International Water Law Series publishes scholarly and other expert work on the increasingly important field of international freshwater law.
Fresh water shared by two or more states, whether in the form of surface water or groundwater, is in growing demand as populations increase and economic activities such as agriculture and hydroelectric power production continue to develop.
This book is on international economic law, and as such unavoidably examines international economic institutions which to some extent determine the content and character of international economic law- the IMF, the World Bank, OECD, OPEC, the Paris and London Clubs of Creditors, the G8 and G20, regional economic blocs and other economic institutions.
Brown Weiss, E., ‘Water Transfers and International Trade Law’ in E. Brown Weiss, L. Boisson de Chazournes and N. Bernasconi-Osterwalder (eds.), Fresh Water and International Economic Law (Oxford University Press, ), pp. 61 –Cited by: The Historical Foundations of International Economic Law 13 2.
The Concerns of Developing Countries and the Call for a 'New Economic Order' 16 3. The System of the World Trade Organization 18 4. The Regional Integration of Markets 19 5. Globalization of Economic Relations: Chances. Risks, and.
Edited by Mara Tignino and Christian Bréthaut. Recent decades have seen pivotal changes in the management and protection of water resources, with human rights, environmental and water law each developing a strong interest in the conservation of fresh water. This surge in interest has meant that dispute settlement mechanisms, along with diplomatic tools, are becoming increasingly necessary for.
The International Law Handbook was prepared by the Codification Division of the Office of Legal Affairs under the United Nations Programme of Assistance in the Teaching, Study, Dis-semination and Wider Appreciation of International Law, pursuant to General Assembly resolu.
Wheaton's Elements of international law. Elements of International Law, first published inis a book on international law by Henry Wheaton which has long been influential. This book was translated into many languages and became a standard work.
On his own merits Wheaton is clearly entitled to rank among the classics. 3 Economization of the Law Applicable to Fresh Water. I Economic uses and the law applicable to international watercourses. A Navigation and its contours. 1 Elements of the freedom of navigation; 2 Security of navigation; B Infrastructure along watercourses.
1 Coordinated development and management of infrastructure: elements of a regulatory regime. Special issue in remembrance. Volume 19 Issue 2 was put together in memory of Professor John H.
Jackson, founding editor of the Journal of International Economic contents of this issue will be free to read online until the end of The definition of international economic law International economic law regulates the international economic order or economic relations among nations.
However, the term ‘international economic law’ encompasses a large number of areas. It is often defined broadly to File Size: KB.Home Titles list Freshwater and International Economic Law.
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Bernasconi-Osterwalder, Nathalie. Publication Oxford: Oxford University Press,