Title:Do Judges Meet their Constitutional Obligation to Settle Disputes in Conformity with ‘Principles of Justice and International Law’? Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2007Citation:
- European Journal of Legal Studies, 2007, 1, 2
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution argues that the universal recognition of human rights requires judges to take human rights more seriously in their judicial settlement of disputes “in conformity with the principles of justice and ...
Title:Human Rights, International Economic Law and ‘Constitutional Justice’: A Rejoinder Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2008Citation:
- European Journal of International Law, 2008, 19, 5, 955-960.
Title:Multilevel Judicial Governance as Guardian of the Constitutional Unity of International Economic Law Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2009Citation:
- Loyola International and Comparative Law Review, 2008/2009, 30, 101-152
Title:International ‘Rule of Law’ and Constitutional Justice in International Investment Law and Arbitration Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2009Citation:
- Indiana Journal of International Law, 2009, 16, 513-534
Type:ArticleAbstract:Judicial administration of justice through reasoned interpretation, application and clarification of legal principles and rules is among the oldest paradigms of constitutional justice. The principles of procedural justice ...
Title:Mini-symposium on developing countries in the Doha Round Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich; ISMAIL, Faizel; HOEKMAN, Bernard M.; ODELL, John S.Date:2005Citation:
- Journal of international economic law, 2005, 8, 2, 347-448
Title:Addressing institutional challenges to the WTO in the new millennium: a longer-term perspective Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2005Citation:
- Journal of international economic law, 2005, 8, 3, 647-666
Title:Can Global Public Goods Be Supplied Democratically? Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2007Citation:
- EUI Review, 2007, Winter, 19-20
Title:International Economic Law, 'Public Reason' and Multilevel Governance of Interdependent Public Goods Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2011-01-01Citation:
- Journal of International Economic Law, 2011, 14, 1, 23-76
Type:ArticleAbstract:Is ineffective protection of international public goods, and thereby also of interrelated national public goods, the inevitable fate of humanity? The negative answer to this question in Section II argues that ineffective ...
Title:Mini-symposium on the consultative board's report on the future of the WTO Author(s):COTTIER, Thomas; MCRAE, Donald; TRACHTMAN, Joel P.; MATSUSHITA, Mitsuo; WOLFE, Robert; PETERSMANN, Ernst-Ulrich; VAN DEN BOSSCHE, Peter; ALEXOVICOVA, Iveta; BARTELS, Lorand; ZEITLER, Helge Elisabeth; VAN DAMME, IsabelleDate:2005Citation:
- Journal of international economic law, 2005, 8, 3, 595-690
Title:Why Rational Choice Theory Requires a Multilevel Constitutional Approach to International Economic Law - A response to the case against reforming the WTO enforcement mechanism Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2008Citation:
- University of Illinois Law Review 2008, 1, 359-382.