Title:International rule of law and constitutional justice in international investment law and arbitration Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2009Citation:
- Indiana journal of global legal studies, 2009, 16, 2, 513-533
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:Human rights require 'cosmopolitan constitutionalism' and cosmopolitan law for democratic governance of public goods Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2013Citation:
- Contemporary Readings in Law and Social Justice, 2013, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 90-119
Title:Multilevel governance of interdependent public goods : methodological problems of international economic law research Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2013Citation:
- Giuliana ZICCARDI CAPALDO (ed.), The global community yearbook of international law and jurisprudence 2012, 2013, pp. 51-112
Title:JIEL debate: methodological pluralism and its critics in international economic law research Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2012Citation:
- Journal of International Economic Law, 2012, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 921-970
Type:ArticleAbstract:Section II discusses six different conceptions of justifying international economic law (IEL). Section III argues that the ‘dual nature’ of modern IEL requires limiting ‘Westphalian conceptions’ of ‘international law among ...
Title:Need for a new philosophy of international economic law and adjudication Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2014Citation:
- Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), 2014, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 639-669
Type:ArticleAbstract:Section I explains why the human rights obligations of all UN Member States call for a new philosophy of international economic law (IEL) in order to protect rights of citizens and their democratic demand for transnational ...
Title:Multilevel governance problems of the World Trading System beyond the WTO conference at Bali Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2014Citation:
- Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), 2014, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp. 233-270
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution argues that the perennial negotiations on adjustments of the law of the WTO (e. g. by means of the Doha Round negotiations) and of UN law (e. g. adjustments of the IMF quota and voting system, UN climate ...
Title:The judicial task of administering justice in trade and investment law and adjudication Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2013Citation:
- Journal of International Dispute Settlement, 2013, Vol 4, No. 1, pp. 5-28
Type:ArticleAbstract:International customary law requires interpreting treaties and settling related disputes ‘in conformity with principles of justice’ and the human rights obligations of states. Yet, in contrast to UN law, European economic ...
Title:Human rights and international economic law Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2012Citation:
- Trade, Law & Development, 2012, Vol. IV, No. 2, pp. 283-314
Type:ArticleAbstract:The customary methods of international treaty interpretation and dispute settlement, as codified in the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties, require interpreting treaties and settling disputes ‘in conformity with the ...
Title:Mini-symposium on multilevel governance of interdependent public goods. Introduction and overview : a research agenda for making 'global public goods theory' more policy-relevant Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2012Citation:
- Journal of international economic law (JIEL), 2012, Vol. 15, No. 3, pp. 709-720
Type:ArticleAbstract:This symposium summarizes the main conclusions of an interdisciplinary conference on Multilevel Governance of Interdependent Public Goods at the European University Institute, Florence, in Spring 2011 and reproduces 4 of ...
Title:International economic law in the 21st century : need for stronger ‘democratic ownership’ and cosmopolitan reforms Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2011Citation:
- Polish Yearbook of International Law, 2011, No. 31, pp. 9-46
Type:ArticleAbstract:Most worldwide monetary, financial, trade and environmental agreements fail to protect international public goods (like prevention of climate change, transnational rule of law for the benefit of citizens) effectively and ...