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About the Book

International Trade Regulation: Readings, Cases, Notes, and Problems

Front Cover - International Trade Regulation: Readings, Cases, Notes, and Problems

Kevin Kennedy, Michigan State University

2008. 1,248 pages. ISBN: 978-0-7355-7636-0.
With Teacher's Manual.

About the Book

International Trade Regulation: Readings, Cases, Notes, and Problems employs a practical, problem-based approach that reveals how and why the World Trade Organization and U.S. trade statutes are so integral to the regulation of international trade. Designed to help students get the most out of the reading, author Kevin Kennedy's problems and questions require students to exercise legal analysis to apply concepts and policy in context.

No further supplementation is required excerpts of provisions from the relevant WTO agreements and U.S. trade statutes have been inserted into each chapter where applicable. An appendix includes the complete text of the most important WTO agreements.

Succinct and self-contained, International Trade Regulation: Readings, Cases, Notes, and Problems features:

  • a manageable length, at approximately 850 pages, excluding the agreements in the appendix, ideal for three-credit courses
  • practical and focused coverage that emphasizes the World Trade Organization and U.S. trade statutes first, theory and policy second
  • clear and approachable introductions, Notes & Questions that stimulate class discussion and prepare students to solve the problem exercises
  • carefully crafted problem exercises that put the law in context
  • excerpts from WTO provisions in each chapter included as relevant source material for the problem exercises
  • the complete text of important WTO provisions included in the appendix
  • a detailed and comprehensive Teacher's Manual

No longer do you have to supplement an already oversized casebook. International Trade Regulation: Readings, Cases, Notes, and Problems offers complete, concise coverage in a pedagogically effective format that supports your teaching.