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2017 229 Professional Studies in International Economic Law Ⅱ

[Lecture Course Basic Information]

Lecturer: Mizushima
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Course Type: Seminar
Semester: Autumn
Year: 1&2
Course Periods: Thu 13:00-14:30
Credits: 2
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Outline of Lecture Course This course is designed to examine some problems of international economic law, including the World Trade Organisation legal system and international investment law. The course topics will be chosen in consultation with students. In 2016, we took up Assessment of Labour Provisions in Trade and Investment Arrangements (International Labour Organization, 2016).
Course Objectives The aim of this course is to develop an understanding of various issues of international economic law.
Textbooks There is no set text. 
Course Materials/Supplementaries Christian J. Tams & Christian Tietje (eds), Documents in International Economic Law: Trade, Investment, and Finance (Oxford UP, 2012)
Assessment Students will be assessed by a report, as well as their presentations and contributions to class discussion.
Prerequisites Some prior knowledge of international law is essential so that students can enjoy this seminar, not lecture.
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