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    International Trade and Business Law Review

    International Trade and Business Law Review

    2000, Vol.5                       2012, Vol.15

    2001, Vol.6                2013, Vol.16

    2002, Vol.7

    2003, Vol.8

    2005, Vol.9

    2006, Vol.10

    2008, Vol.11

    2009, Vol.12

    2010, Vol.13

    2011, Vol.14

     


    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2000, Vol.5

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Hoda Atia

    Egypt's New Commercial Arbitration Framework: Problems and Prospects for the Future of Foreign Investment

     Vol.5

     pp. 1-32

    Andre Corterier

    A New Approach to Solving the Interest Rate Problem of Art 78 CISG

     Vol.5

     pp. 33-42

    Simon Fisher

    International Influences Affecting Australian Commercial Law

    Vol.5

     pp. 43-72

    Peter Gillies

    Trade Practices Act Contraventions- Primary and Secondary Participation: Two Modes of Participation

     Vol.5

     pp. 73-92

    Gareth Grainger

    Freedom of Expression and Regulation of Information in Cyberspace: Issues Concerning Potential International Co- operation Principles for Cyberspace

     Vol.5

     pp. 93-144

    Igor Grazin

    Comrade Robin Hood: Post- Soviet Macro- economic Foundation of Economic Criminality in Russia

     Vol.5

     pp. 145-158

    Rouhshi Low

    Replacing the Paper Bill of Lading with an Electronic Bill of Lading: Problems and Possible Solutions

     Vol.5

     pp. 159-218

    Gabriel A. Moens, Lisa Cohn, Darren Peacock

    A New Approach to International Commercial Contracts: The UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts- the Australian Experience

     Vol.5

     pp. 219-254

    Donald W. Rupert, Douglas M. Eveleigh

    Patenting Computer Software and Methods of Doing Business: The US v. The World

     Vol.5

     pp. 255-276

    Damdin Tsogtbaatar

    Trading for the Future: Environmental Dimensions of Global Trade

     Vol.5

     pp. 277-308

    Peter Black, Jonathan Cheyne, Avryl Lattin, Annelies Moens, Carly Roberts, Gabriel Moens

    INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION MOOT: The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 1998- 99

     Vol.5

     pp. 309-416

    Ross Cranston

    REVIEW ARTICLE: Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility (1995)

     Vol.5

     pp. 417-424

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2001, Vol.6

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Nadja Alexander

    Mediation in Practice: Common Law and Civil Law Perspectives Compared

     Vol.6

     pp. 1-18

    Anthony Cassimatis

    International Trade and Human Rights- Which Human Rights

     Vol.6

     pp. 19-64

    Alan Davidson

    Commercial Laws in Conflict- An Application of the Autonomy Principle in Letters of Credit

     Vol.6

     pp. 65-86

    Dionysios Flambouras

    Transfer of Risk in the Contract of Sale Involving Carriage of Goods. A Comparative Study in English Law, Greek Law and the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods

     Vol.6

     pp. 87-150

    Christopher Johnstone

    Some Legal Implications of the Implementation of the ISM Code in Australia

     Vol.6

     pp. 151-178

    Vernon Nase

    Blood, Sweat and Tiers: The Montreal Conference on Air Carriers' Liability (May 10- 28, 1999)

     Vol.6

     pp. 179-208

    Julie-Anne R. Tarr

    Disclosure in Insurance Law: Contemporary and Historical Economic Considerations

     Vol.6

     pp. 209-226

    Bruno Zeller

    Good Faith- The Scarlet Pimpernel of the CISG

     Vol.6

     pp. 227-246

    Do Thi Kim Zung

    Copyright Law at the Cross- Roads: Vietnamese Developments

     Vol.6

     pp. 247-286

    Philippe Ciocca

    The Organisation of Companies Limited by Shares under the Company Law of the People's Republic of China

     Vol.6

     pp. 287-304

    Peter Gillies, Alex Low

    The Contract Law of China- A Comparative Analysis

     Vol.6

     pp. 305-322

    Alex Low

    The Third Revolution: Plant Genetic Resources in Developing Countries and China: Global Village or Global Pillage?

     Vol.6

     pp. 323-360

    Xiaoyang Zhang

    Arena of Real Estate Investment in China- Game Rules for Foreign Investors

     Vol.6

     pp. 361-374

    Sophie Maree Devitt, Sarah Catherine Holland, Thomas Jens John, Kateena Anne O'Gorman, Andrew Carl Stumer, Gabriel Adelin Moens

    The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 1999- 2000

     Vol.6

     pp. 375-476

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2002, Vol.7

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Kok-Choo Chen

    The Taiwanese Semiconductor Industry's Experience with the US Antidumping Law: a View From the Defense

     Vol.7

     pp. 1-24

    Phuong-Trinh Nguyen

    Vietnam's Emerging Stock Market and the Enterprise Law

     Vol.7

     pp. 25-56

    Jacqueline Mowbray, Tim Sherman

    Australia's International Tax Treaties: a Critical Appraisal

     Vol.7

     pp. 57-90

    David Morrison

    An Historical and Economic Overview of the Insolvent Trading Provision in the Corporations Law

     Vol.7

     pp. 91-130

    Jeffrey Weeks

    The Future of the Rome Convention on Damage Caused by Aircraft to Third Parties on the Surface: Will All Roads Lead Away from Rome?

     Vol.7

     pp. 131-170

    Steve C. Williams

    Legal Strategies of Queensland Food Export Firms: a Case Study

     Vol.7

     pp. 171-180

    G. L. Davies

    Justice in the 21st Century

     Vol.7

     pp. 181-198

    Annelles Moens

    Brisbane City Council v. Warren Bolton Consulting Pty Ltd. (Case No D2001- 0047 WIPO)

     Vol.7

     pp. 199-204

    Andrew Stumer

    Homosexual Rights and the Free Movement of Persons in the European Union

     Vol.7

     pp. 205-222

    John Trone

    German Constitutional Decisions in English Translation

     Vol.7

     pp. 223-250

    Bruno Zeller

    The Black Hole: Where are the Four Corners of the CISG?

     Vol.7

     pp. 251-264

    John Trone

    International Law as Domestic Law in the Philippines

     Vol.7

     pp. 265-276

    Gabriel Moens, Simon Fisher, Steve Williams

    The Practice of International Commercial Law in Queensland: a Survey

     Vol.7

     pp. 277-286

    J. R. Tarr

    Respecting Contractual Intentions: Balancing Consumer Expectations with the Sanctity of Contract in the Context of Standard Form Insurance Contracts

     Vol.7

     pp. 287-300

    Alice E. S. Tay, Hamish Redd

    China: Trade, Law and Human Rights

     Vol.7

     pp. 301-324

    Katherine Brown, Mariel Dimsey, Martin Ehrenberg, Michael Hodge, Radha Ivory, Thomas John, Christopher Peters, Gabriel Moens

    NTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION MOOT: The Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2000- 01

     Vol.7

     pp. 325-436

    Sarah Derrington

    International Maritime Law Arbitration Moot

     Vol.7

     pp. 437-438

    Jane A. Banlihian, Lee Jwee Nguan, Vinod Sabanmi, Lee Kher Sheng, Loh Wai Yue

    Maritime Law Moot: Memorandum for Claimant (National University of Singapore)

     Vol.7

     pp. 439-464

    Jonathon Chang, Jennifer Cheung, Puja Kapai, Janice Wu

    Maritime Law Moot: Memorandum for the Respondent (University of Hong Kong)

     Vol.7

     pp. 465-490

    William Crane

    REVIEW ARTICLE: Perspectives on the Precautionary Principle

     Vol.7

     pp. 491-498

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2003, Vol.8

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Peter Gillies

    Assessment of Damages under the Australian Trade Practices Act

     Vol.8

     pp. 1-22

    Alan Davidson

    Fraud; the Prime Exception to the Autonomy Principle in Letters of Credit

     Vol.8

     pp. 23-56

    Margaret Stephenson

    Canadian Provincial Legislative Powers and Aboriginal Rights since Delgamuukw: Can A Province Infringe Aboriginal Rights or Title

     Vol.8

     pp. 57-94

    Darren Peacock

    Avoidance and the Notion of Fundamental Breach under the CISG: An English Perspective

     Vol.8

     pp. 95-134

    Kate Brown

    The Availability of Court- Ordered Interim and Conservatory Measures in Aid of International Arbitration in the United States of America and France- A Comparative Essay

     Vol.8

     pp. 135-158

    Quan Hien Nguyen

    Cross- Border Transactions in Vietnam and the Vietnam- US Bilateral Trade Agreement

     Vol.8

     pp. 159-184

    Ann Black

    Finding the Equilibrium for Dispute Resolution: How Brunei Darussalam Balances a British Legacy with Its Malay and Islamic Identity

     Vol.8

     pp. 185-214

    J. Clifton Jr. Fleming

    American Offshore Business Tax Planning: Can Australian Lawyers Get a Piece of the Action

     Vol.8

     pp. 215-228

    Alun A. Preece

    The Rise and Fall of National Sovereignty

     Vol.8

     pp. 229-246

    Daril Gawith

    A Comparison of Model Laws as a Starting Point for the Development of an Enforceable International Consumer Protection Regime

     Vol.8

     pp. 247-274

    Des Taylor

    The European Union's Approach to Legal Non- Retrospectivity: Are There Problems for International Businesses

     Vol.8

     pp. 275-300

    Walter De Bandt

    The New Belgian Legislation on Euthanasia

     Vol.8

     pp. 301-310

    Sabine Erkens, Ryan Allan Goss, Andrew Edward Hodge, Marion Alice Jane Isobel

    The International Arbitration Moot: The William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2002- 2003

     Vol.8

     pp. 311-426

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2005, Vol.9

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Henry Deeb Gabriel

    An American Perspective on the United Nations Convention on the International Sale of Goods

     Vol.9

     pp. 1-18

    Peter Gillies

    Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards- The New York Convention

     Vol.9

     pp. 19-44

    Chocks R Irish, Shin-Yi Peng

    The Personalities and Policies Affecting US Trade with East and Southeast Asia: The Implications of the Trade Promotion Authority

     Vol.9

     pp. 45-72

    Christopher J. Peters

    Corporate Fundraising in Australia and the US- Harmonisation Achieved?

     Vol.9

     pp. 73-94

    Marianne Roth

    International Contract and Competition Law in Internet Matters

     Vol.9

     pp. 95-134

    Elena Christine Zaccaria

    The Effects of Changed Circumstances in International Commercial Trade

     Vol.9

     pp. 135-182

    Scott Mason

    Fiscal Federalism Run Amuck: How to Make the False Claims Act 2000 Work When the Government Defrauds the Government

     Vol.9

     pp. 183-200

    Cornelia Koch

    The Doctrine of Supremacy of European Community Law as a Condition Precedent for the Doctrine of Direct Effect

     Vol.9

     pp. 201-220

    James P Quinn

    The Interpretation and Application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods

     Vol.9

     pp. 221-242

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2006, Vol.10

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    Shims Baradaran-Robison, Brett G. Scharffs, Elizabeth A. Sewell

    Religious Monopolies and the Commodification of Religion

     Vol.10

     pp. 1-48

    Des Taylor

    International Trade Law and Common Mistake: Has There Really Been a Satisfactory Clarification of what Fundamental Legal Principles Apply?

     Vol.10

     pp. 49-68

    Meredith Blake

    Whose Life is it Anyway? A Comment on the Terri Schiavo Case

     Vol.10

     pp. 69-89

    Jasmine Morris

    The United States- Australia Free Trade Agreement

     Vol.10

     pp. 87-132

    Ben Clarke

    Military Occupation and the Rule of Law: the Legal Obligations of Occupying Forces in Iraq

     Vol.10

     pp. 133-178

    Bruno Zeller

    The Language of International Trade Law: Problems or Salvation?

     Vol.10

     pp. 179-194

    Andre Corterier

    A Peace Plan for the Battle of the Forms

     Vol.10

     pp. 195-214

    Nicholas John Collie, Thomas William Fitzgerald, Katherine Mary Hevron, Madge Puja Mukund, Michael Edward Taylor, Gabriel Adelin Moeres

    International Arbitration Moot: Twelfth Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot 2004- 2005

     Vol.10

     pp. 215-320

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2008, Vol.11

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    SAM LUTTRELL

    Copyright enforcement in Australia

     Vol.11

     pp. 3-33

    PETER GILLIES, BOB CLEWORTH

    Sea freight transport in Australia and competing transport modes: taxation, fiscal and other policies affecting mode choice, and their environmental consequences

     Vol.11

     pp. 34-48

    ALEXEI FEDOTOV

    Abuse, unconscionability and demand guarantees: new exception to independence

     Vol.11

     pp. 49-82

    DOUG JONES

    Recent developments in international commercial arbitration

     Vol.11

     pp. 83-123

    LISA MICHELLE BAETSEN

    When regulation goes 'too far': a comparative analysis of environmental regulatory expropriation under the Australia- United States Free Trade Agreement

     Vol.11

     pp. 124-178

    AUGUSTO ZIMMERMANN

    How Brazilian judges undermine the rule of law: a critical appraisal

     Vol.11

     pp. 179-217

    SHIN-YI PENG

    International trade in 'cultural products': UNESCO's commitment to promoting cultural diversity and its relations with the WTO

     Vol.11

     pp. 218-235

    MATTHEW R. McCUBBINS

    Developments in Korean corporate governance: progress toward 21st century standards in an emerging economic powerhouse

     Vol.11

     pp. 236-254

    JARED CLEMENTS

    Section 116 of the Australian Constitution and the jurisprudential pillars of neutrality and action-belief dichotomy

     Vol.11

     pp. 255-278

    JOHN TRONE

    The sovereign immunity of the member states of a federation

     Vol.11

     pp. 279-286

    SIMONE HARTMANN-TROGER

    Antidumping and countervailing duties: the Byrd Amendment

     Vol.11

     pp. 287-298

    JOHN TRONE

    German constitutional decisions in English translation: a supplement

     Vol.11

     pp. 299-312

    SAMEREH ALJANABI, MARINA DE KWANT, DAVID JENAWAY, COURTNEY ROBERTSON, JOHANNA WEAVER, GABRIEL MOENS

    International Arbitration Moot: Fourteenth Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, 2006- 2007

     Vol.11

     pp. 313-432

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2009, Vol.12

    Author

    Title

    number

    Page to Page

    MARIANNE ROTH

    Arbitration costs: Austrian and international perspectives

     Vol.12

     pp. 3-17

    DAVID PATON

    Reading between the lines: A paper on the impact of the work choices act and its constitutional validity

     Vol.12

     pp. 18-81

    KRISTIAN MALEY

    The limits to the conformity of goods in the United Nations convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG)

     Vol.12

     pp. 82-126

    ERIC A. SCHWARTZ

    The role of international arbitration in economic development

     Vol.12

     pp. 127-139

    SAM R. LUTTRELL

    Arbitration in Dubai

     Vol.12

     pp. 140-184

    AUGUSTO ZIMMERMANN

    Industrial relations and the commonwealth constitution: The constitutional underpinnings for a national system of industrial relations in Australia

     Vol.12

     pp. 185-205

    VERNON NASE

    The search for 'something more': The holy grail of DVT litigation

     Vol.12

     pp. 206-226

    BOB CLEWORTH, GISELE KAPTERIAN, PETER GILLIES

    Gove: Forgotten catalyst for Native title or are we just where we started? Native title and the mining industry issues from Gove to the present day

     Vol.12

     pp. 227-252

    PETER GILLIES

    Colour in branding- asserting a monopoly in a colour for marketing purposes- the Cadbury- Darrell Lea litigation

     Vol.12

     pp. 253-265

    SU LLOYD , JOSEPH PATRONI

    Co- mediation for intellectual property rights disputes

     Vol.12

     pp. 266-274

    HERBERT BETHGE

    Current constitutional aspects of German media law

     Vol.12

     pp. 275-284

    VERNON NASE

    The Murdoch Moot Court Bench: The development of a mooting culture

     Vol.12

     pp. 285-293

    SAMANTHA D'SILVA, ANDREW KIRK, KRISTIAN MALEY, VANJA TEKIC, CRAIG WILLIAMS, GABRIEL A. MOENS

    International Arbitration Moot: The Fifteenth Annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, 2007- 2008

     Vol.12

     pp. 294-412

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2010, Vol.13

    Author

    Title

    number

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    Gordon Smith

    An Introduction to Investor- State Arbitrations

     Vol.13

     pp. 3-30

    Leon Trakman

    Foreign Direct Investment: An Australian Perspective

     Vol.13

     pp. 31-85

    Linda C Reif

    Canada and Foreign Direct Investment in Latin America and the Caribbean: Evolution of an International Investment Agreement Framework

     Vol.13

     pp. 86-133

    Jonathan Greenacre, Thomas Chiu

    Chinese Investment in the Global Resource Sector, Utilising Australia as an Illustration: A Time for Reason, Not Fear

     Vol.13

     pp. 134-164

    Neil Brown

    The Arbitration of Celebrity Domain Name Disputes

     Vol.13

     pp. 165-220

    Augusto Zimmermann

    Legislating Evil: The Philosophical Foundations of the Nazi Legal System

     Vol.13

     pp. 221-241

    Leela Cejnar

    Bank Mergers in Australia: The Past, the Present and the Possible Future Impact of the Global Financial Crisis

     Vol.13

     pp. 242-263

    Nicola Sartori

    Corporate Governance Dynamics and Tax Compliance

     Vol.13

     pp. 264-286

    Nicola Nygh, Sam Luttrell

    The Domestication of the UNCITRAL Model Law in Australia

     Vol.13

     pp. 287-290

    Alessandro Spano

    Free Movement of Capital and Golden Shares: A New Perspective on Corporate Control? (Joined cases C- 463/ 04 and C- 464/ 04, Federconsumatori and Others v Comune di Milano)

     Vol.13

     pp. 291-303

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2011, Vol.14

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    Richard Calkins

    The Albatross Around the Neck of the American Judicial System: Change in the Mindset is Required

     Vol.14

     pp. 1-52

    Wen-Chen Shih

    The Border Tax Adjustment Provisions of the GATT/ WTO and their Implications on the Design of Energy and Carbon Tax

     Vol.14

     pp. 53-84

    Ken Shao

    Patent Law, National Strategies and Policy Incentives: China's Road to a Leading Innovator

     Vol.14

     pp. 85-103

    Gbenga Oduntan

    Tracing Noxious Funds

     Vol.14

     pp. 104-152

    Shuangge Wen, Jingechen Zhao

    Exploring the Rationale of Enlightened Shareholder Value in the Realm of UK Company Law- The Path Dependence Perspective

     Vol.14

     pp. 153-173

    Marina De Kwant

    Emerging Oil and Gas Economies: Mitigating Legal Political and Economic Risks of Foreign Investors in the Russian Federation (Part A)

     Vol.14

     pp. 174-246

    Dan Juma

    Tempering Services Liberalization with Regulation: The World Trade Organisation and the International Financial Architecture

     Vol.14

     pp. 247-272

    Nichols P Manganaro

    About- Face: The New Rules of Strict Compliance Under the Uniform Customs and Practice for Documentary Credits (UCP 600)

     Vol.14

     pp. 273-290

    Fabio Leonardi

    A Bailout for the International Trade System: Rescuing the WTO from TARP

     Vol.14

     pp. 291-313

    Adam E. Levitan

    Does the Geneva Convention on Agency in the International Sale of Good Reflect Australian Agency Law?

     Vol.14

     pp. 314-357

    Rupert Coldwell

    The Limited Protection of Corporations and Shareholders at International Law

     Vol.14

     pp. 358-375

    Gabriel A Moens, John Trone

    The First Amendment to the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules

     Vol.14

     pp. 376-385

    Henry Gabriel

    Uniform Law of Electronic Commerce in Private International Law: Where Have we been and Where are we Going?

     Vol.14

     pp. 386-403

    Sam Luttrell

    An Introduction to Conflict of Laws in International Commercial Arbitration

     Vol.14

     pp. 404-413

    Raphael de Vietri

    'Fair and Equitable Treatment' for Foreign Investment: What is the Current Standard at International Law?

     Vol.14

     pp. 414-421

    Clive Hutcheon

    The Changing Face of the Internet: A Comment on Roadshow Films Pty Lid v iiNet Ltd (No 3) (2010) 263 ALR 215

     Vol.14

     pp. 422-432

    Prabhjyot Kaur, Lau Ching Kar Karen, Dickie Ham-Dick Mok, Suraj Sajnani, Tse Sau Wai Flora, Rajesh Sharma, Gabriel Moens

    The Seventeenth Annual Willem C. Vis and Seventh Annual Willem C. Vis (East) International Commercial Arbitration Moot, 2009- 2010

     Vol.14

     pp. 433-486

     

    Memorandum for the Respondent

     Vol.14

     pp. 487-543

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2012, Vol.15

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    Jingchen Zhao

    The Curious Case of Shareholder Primacy Norm: Calling for a More Realistic Theory

     Vol.15

     pp. 1-25

    Cheng Wei-Qi

    Is the Newly Published Soae Law Compatible with the Current State Assets Management System

     Vol.15

     pp. 26-41

    Des Taylor

    Reflections on a Critical Aspect of CISG- Governed International Sale of Goods Transactions: The Impact of the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements on Forum Selection

     Vol.15

     pp. 42-59

    Hussain Agil, Bruno Zeller

    Foreign Investments in Saudi Arabia

     Vol.15

     pp. 60-77

    Marina De Kwant

    Emerging Oil and Gas Economies: Mitigating Legal, Political and Economic Risks of Foreign Investors in the Russian Federation (Part B)

     Vol.15

     pp. 78-134

    Leela Cejnar

    Competition Law Developments and the Australian Banking Sector: The Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis

     Vol.15

     pp. 135-151

    Gabriel Moens, Philip Evans

    The Amazing World of Arbitration

     Vol.15

     pp. 152-163

    Nicholas P. Manganaro

    A Digitized Sideshow: Why the Great Debate regarding the Use of Electronically Stored Information in International Commercial Arbitration Misses the Point and Why Practitioners Should Take Note

     Vol.15

     pp. 164-189

    Mary B. Ayad

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     Vol.15

     pp. 190-210

    Raphael de Vietri

    Incorporating Humanity and the Global Economy the Law of International Investment and Human Rights

     Vol.15

     pp. 211-229

    Jonathan Greenacre

    How Can Retail Banking Regulation Be Applied to Micro- Finance Institutions

     Vol.15

     pp. 230-253

    Stephen Olynyk

    A Balanced Approach to Distinguishing between Legitimate Regulation and Indirect Expropriation in Investor- State Arbitration

     Vol.15

     pp. 254-296

    Azlan Mohamed Noh

    Establishing Jurisdiction through a Most- Favoured- Nation Clause

     Vol.15

     pp. 297-315

    Samantha Jayne Lord

    When Two Polar Extremes Collide: An Exploration into the Effects of Insolvency on International Arbitration

     Vol.15

     pp. 316-359

    Shu Ying Wee

    The OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials and Its Effectiveness in Australia: Are We Doing Enough

     Vol.15

     pp. 360-379

    Andrew Pickford, Ron Manners

    A Continuing Journey

     Vol.15

     pp. 380-382

    Gabriel A. Moens

    The Sun Rises in the West: After Dinner Reflections

     Vol.15

     pp. 383-384

    Sinclair Davidson

    The Limits of Property and Freedom

     Vol.15

     pp. 385-393

    Mark Durie

    Sleepwalking into Sharia: Hate Speech Laws and Islamic Blasphemy Strictures

     Vol.15

     pp. 394-407

    Jerry L. Jordan

    Money and Liberty

     Vol.15

     pp. 408-415

    Barbara Kolm

    Moral Foundations of Western Civilization

     Vol.15

     pp. 416-423

    Greg Melleuish

    Servile State and Liberty

     Vol.15

     pp. 424-431

    Augusto Zimmermann

    The Law of Liberty- Natural Law Roots of Western Constitutionalism

     Vol.15

     pp. 432-465

    International Trade and Business Law Review, 2013, Vol.16

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    Achim Rogmann

    The Trans-Tasman Single Economic Market Best Practice for Regional Integration

     Vol.16

     pp. 1- 98

    Keith Thompson

    Does Anti-Corruption Legislation Work

     Vol.16

     pp. 99- 135

    Simon Tabe Tabe

    Unification of Business Law in Cameroon Realities of the Application of the Ohada Uniform Act on Commercial Companies in Anglophone Cameroon Twelve Years After (1998-2010)

     Vol.16

     pp. 136- 158

    Tareq Al-Tawil

    Letters of Credit and Contract of Sale Autonomy and Fraud

     Vol.16

     pp. 159- 224

    Thanuja Rodrigo

    Toward Fairness in the Guarantee Market: The Rationale for Expanding Interventions from Fraud to Unconscionability in the Enforcement of Demand Guarantees

     Vol.16

     pp. 225- 253

    Son Tan Nguyen

    The Applicability of RTA Jurisdiction Clauses in WTO Dispute Settlement

     Vol.16

     pp. 254- 294

    Kate Deere

    Saving Face After Seven Years Australia-China FTA Negotiations and Lessons from New Zealand

     Vol.16

     pp. 295- 324

    Paul Constable

    Combating Stock Market Manipulation in Australia Trading Scandals and the Lessons to be Learnt

     Vol.16

     pp. 325- 376

    Rudi Kruse

    Process and Production Methods and Burden of Proof A Procedural Limitation on the Like Products Debate

     Vol.16

     pp. 377- 396

    Peter Gillies

    Arbitration and Fragmentation of the Dispute Resolution Process into Competing Arbitral and Judicial Proceedings The Court s Role

     Vol.16

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