Advanced Introduction to Law and Globalisation Pdf
29 septembre 2022

This article tells the story of a book called “Advanced Introduction to Law and Globalisation”. The article is based on two lectures and explains the train of thought and the central theme of the book. First, it is about how we conceptualize law and globalization, second, it is about the question of how to approach a seemingly impossible subject, third, it examines the theoretical assumptions on which the approach is based. Then, the different sub-themes of the book are presented. The last part condenses the central message into one conclusion. Jonathan Michie argues for a new, more realistic approach to the economy. He argues that the reduced power of national governments is the result of the free market reforms of globalization created by Thatcher and Reagan in the 1980s, which led to the global financial crisis and recession in 2008. The form of globalization “liberated by capitalism” from the free market is neither inevitable nor desirable – it is possible to develop a new Global Green Deal for economic progress that is socially and environmentally sustainable. Michie shows that capital has become unproductive with the increase in speculation and tax evasion, and that the taxation of wealth is necessary to create a new era of global sustainable development. The advanced introduction to globalization will be a challenging but engaging read for policymakers, academics, and advanced students in economics, management and economics, politics, and environmental studies.

This book presents an alternative worldview that will be of interest to anyone concerned with our future global perspectives. “This is a must for anyone interested in global/transnational law, law and globalization or legal globalization, all of which are such fascinating complex concepts laid out in the book. A great advantage of this book is that it concisely and comprehensively analyzes the pluralistic phenomenon of law and globalization, providing a coherent theoretical/conceptual network that connects the main interdependent and interconnected disciplines, theories, methods, and dimensions used in existing studies of the above phenomenon. The book takes a commendable new approach that embraces not only orthodoxies, but also a new and forward-looking perspective adapted to new powers such as China. – Qiao Liu, University of Queensland, Australia This book is an ideal and concise companion for students and academics, exposing an alternative vision of law and globalization, which will be of interest to all those concerned with the future of legal globalization. Advanced Introduction to International Trade Law (Elgar AdvancedIntroductions series)BOOK DETAILSseries: Elgar Advanced Introductions Paperback: 232 pages Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub; 2 Revised edition (29. March 2015) Language:English ISBN-10: 9781783471607 ISBN-13: 978-1783471607 ASIN: 1783471603 Product dimensions: 5.2 x 0.5 x 8 inchesBook description”This book is a perfect introduction for newcomers to the field and a reminder for those who want to remember the essentials. It has everything a good book on commercial law needs: theory, practice of the organs of judgment, doctrine and law of the black letter, and critical scientific analysis.

Of each of them, only the essential elements – as much as necessary to get a complete overview, but not to the point of being overwhelmed with details. Highly recommended for teaching and beyond! – Kai Purnhagen, Wageningen University, The Netherlands”This volume is authoritative and nuanced, but concise and very readable. At a time when international trade law is becoming the de facto law of globalization and affecting virtually every area of public policy, Advanced Introduction to International Trade Law is a must-read for policymakers, academics, and students. – Joel P. Trachtman, Tufts University, USA “Who better than Michael Trebilcock to offer this very accessible but in-depth introduction to international trade law, one of the world`s most outstanding scientists in this field. It presents all the important issues of contemporary commercial law in simple language and captures the critical details of each topic with clarity and brevity. It can also serve as an excellent companion to the thick textbooks that accompany international trade or international trade law courses, or help anyone interested in this topic understand the issues without meandering through the legal and economic jargon that makes other sources less accessible. Benjamin Liebman, Saint Joseph University, USA A second fully updated edition of the book entitled Understanding Trade Law, This book provides an accessible but nuanced introduction to the structure and basic principles of international trade law. It examines the evolution of international trade law, primarily GATT and WTO law, and provides a simplified overview of this notoriously complex area of legal research through a clear and concise discussion of the many developments that have emerged. Elgar Advanced Introductions are thought-provoking and thoughtful introductions to important areas of the social sciences and law, expertly written by the world`s leading scholars.

Michael Trebilcock presents broadly and in-depth the fundamental components of international trade law in concise chapters that place each topic in the context of broader national and international considerations of political economy. Topics include: the emergence of the multilateral trading system (WTO); dispute resolution; tariffs; preferential trade agreements; the principle of non-discrimination; quota protection laws; agriculture; services; This advanced introduction offers a new critical analysis of the different dimensions of law and globalization based on historical, normative, theoretical and linguistic methods. Its comprehensive and multidisciplinary approach covers the fields of global legal pluralism, comparative law studies and international law. Globalization affects almost every aspect of life. It is often said that change is accelerating and that the nation-state is increasingly anachronistic. This book challenges this consensus, arguing that globalization is neither a historical nor a technological inevitability; On the contrary, globalization and technological change are as old as capitalism itself. Keywords: globalization, law, book, argument, pluralism To calculate the total number of stars and the percentage distribution by stars, we do not use a simple average. Instead, our system takes into account, for example, the current rating and whether the reviewer purchased the item on Amazon. It also analyzed the reviews to verify reliability. Turn your PDF posts into a flipbook with our unique e-paper software optimized for Google.