Title:Global constitutional law? : why cosmopolitan 'aggregate public goods' must be protected by cosmopolitan conceptions of international law Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2013Citation:
- M. Cherif BASSIOUNI, Gomula JOANNA, Paolo MENGOZZI, John G. MERRILLS, Rafael NIETO NAVIA, Anna ORIOLO, William SCHABAS and Anna VIGORITO (eds), The global community yearbook of international law and jurisprudence: global trends : law, policy & justice essays in honour of Professor Giuliana Ziccardi Capaldo, 2013, pp. 535-562
Title:Human rights and international economic law : common constitutional challenges and changing structures Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2012Citation:
- Italian Society of International Law Annual Meeting, 2011, Vol. XVI, pp. 383-416
Title:'Fragmentation' and 'judicialization' of international law as dialectic strategies for reforming international economic law Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2013Citation:
- Trade, Law and Development, 2013, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 209-255
Type:ArticleAbstract:International economic law (IEL) continues to evolve through dialectic processes of unilateral, bilateral, regional and worldwide regulation. The human rights obligations of all UN member states call for ‘normative ...
Title:Review of global justice and international economic law: three takes Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2014Citation:
- Journal of International Economic Law (JIEL), 2014, Vol. 17, No. 1, pp. 183-189
Title:Narrating 'international economic law' : methodological pluralism and its constitutional limits Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2014Citation:
- Zeitschrift für ausländisches öffentliches Recht und Völkerrecht, 2014, Vol. 74, No. 4, pp. 763-819
Type:ArticleAbstract:Parts I and II discuss five competing “narratives” of international economic law (IEL) as (1) power-oriented “Westphalian public international law”; (2) utilitarian multilevel economic regulation; (3) multilevel constitutional ...
Title:Legal, constitutional and cosmopolitan pluralism : a paradox? : a short reply to my Chinese critics Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2018Citation:
- China and WTO review, 2018, Vol. 4, No. 2, pp. 319-336
Type:ArticleAbstract:In their recent article titled, Pluralism or Cosmopolitanism? Reflections on Petersmann's International Economic Law Constitutionalism in the Context of China, Tao Li and Zuoli Jiang have criticized the alleged 'paradox' ...
Title:20 years WTO law and governance : some legal methodology problems Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2016Citation:
- Manchester journal of international economic law, 2016, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 106-127
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution begins with discussing 'legal methodologies', the competing conceptions of international economic law (IEL), the controversies over their underlying 'principles of justice', and the competing methods for ...
Title:How to reconcile health law and economic law with human rights? : administration of justice in tobacco control disputes Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2015Citation:
- Asian journal of WTO and international health law and policy, 2015, Vol. 10, No. 1 pp. 27-78
Type:ArticleAbstract:Tobacco companies and tobacco exporting WTO members have initiated an increasing number of disputes in national, regional and worldwide jurisdictions and investor-state arbitrations challenging the legal consistency of ...
Title:EU constitutional law as restraint for EU trade and investment agreements : the example of CETA and investor-state dispute settlement Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2017Citation:
- European investment law and arbitration review, 2017, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 318-334
Title:EU citizenship as a constitutional restraint on the EU's multilevel governance of public goods Author(s):PETERSMANN, Ernst-UlrichDate:2018Citation:
- European law review, 2018, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 89-105
Type:ArticleAbstract:This contribution suggests a republican interpretation of EU citizenship rights based on the following three propositions: first, the more globalisation transforms national into transnational public goods, the more democratic ...